Lanzarote: César Manrique North Island Tour
Pickup includedPickups will take place outside the reception of your hotel or at the nearest bus-stop. Please provide the name and address of your hotel upon booking. The local supplier will send you an email with the exact pickup point and time.
- Feel like a bird from the amazing viewpoint of Mirador del Río
- Explore Jameos del Agua, a cave of an unparalleled beauty
- Travel to the center of the earth through the lava tunnels of Cueva de los Verdes
- Venture back in time to the old capital, Teguise
- Discover the benefits of aloe vera in the aloe museum
You will then arrive to the impressive caves, which were formed by the volcanic eruptions of the “Volcán de la Corona”. You will visit “Jameos del Agua”, a volcanic cave which merges with the sea, has a saltwater lagoon and houses a breed of albino crab, known as Jameito. Following this, you will visit “Cueva de los Verdes”, one of the most extensive and interesting volcanic tunnels in the world, where you will discover spectacular shapes and the history held within this unique place.
You will then continue with a stop at the Museum of Aloe Vera. Bordering the “Volcán de la Corona”, you will continue towards the town of Haría, which is known as the "Valley of the Thousand Palms”, and is also the place where you will have lunch. Following lunch you will cross the towns of Máguez and Ye, arriving at the Mirador del Río. Here, in the cliffs of Famara, you will have a view of La Graciosa island, as well as being able to admire the rest of the Chinijo Archipelago from a spectacular perspective. After this stop, you will head to the town of Teguise, which is the old capital of the island. Here you can stop to walk through its pedestrians streets, admire its church and learn more about its history.
- Air-conditioned bus
- Official guide
- Tickets to Jameos del Agua, Cueva de los Verdes and Mirador del Río
- Entrance to the Aloe Museum
- Travel insurance for the duration of the trip
Prepare for the activity
- Comfortable shoes
• The buses used on this tour are unfortunately not appropriate for wheelchair users