Timanfaya - Short South Half Day Trip

As our shop in Costa Teguise (Lanzarote) also sells excursions, we decided to create some articles about  popular trips. Today we start with the Timanfaya Short South Half Day Trip. It is one of the best selling tours, for a couple of reasons. First of all, it is an ideal excursion for families with kids, or people who do not want to sit on a bus all day.

You get the see the number one attraction on Lanzarote: the stunning Timanfaya national park. There is even possibility to make a camel ride – great fun for young and old!

Finally, on the way back there is a wine tasting foreseen. 

What is included in the excursion

  • Pickup from your hotel
  • Entrance to the volcanic park
  • Guide

Not included: food, drinks and the optional camel ride

Price: 27€ for adults, 16€ for children. Every day except Sundays. 9am to 2pm


The pickup is around 9 am from the hotels in Costa Teguise. From there it goes to the national park of Timanfaya – the volcanic park. The geothermic experiments will quickly show you that the fire mountains have not stolen their names. Just a couple of feet below the surface, the temperature rises up to 600 degrees!

Next, you will do the volcanic tour, which almost makes you believe you are on the moon. An absolute must do on Lanzarote. In 1993, the whole island of Lanzarote was declared a biosphere. It is actually the only island on earth having this title.

Afterwards, there is a possibility to do a fun camel ride (to be decided an paid for in the park – 6€/pp)

Finally, on the way back, a stop for wine tasting is foreseen.

If you have any questions or want to book this great excursion, do not hesitate to contact us . We are reachable 7 days a week by telephone on +34 928.59.00.77. or +34 642 377 034 (Whatsapp possible). You can of course always send us an email (info@e-ecocanarias.com)

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