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If you like the freedom of exploring at your own pace, this is a great way to get up close to a volcano, thankfully not active and it's free.
Park in the car park off LZ-56 and follow the signs for the 10 min walk...More
Having read reviews on here we decided to visit with our 8yr old and 6yr old. It was slightly cloudy when we did it thankfully as there would be no shade on a very sunny day. The parking was obvious from the road side, although...More
Well organized, easy walking path to the inside of the crater. Make sure to bring a hat, as it gets very hot and there is no shade. Also do not leave anything in view in your car. You can clearly see that cars have been...More
I first tried to go here in the first week of my holiday. I got halfway along when I had to turn back because of the wind and would you believe drizzly horrible rain in the middle of June in Lanzarote, but I made a...More
We did this walk after the bustour in Timanfaya N.P. The walk is very easy, and along the way there are a few signs. You can enter the crater, and see the different colors and formations off old lava and rocks. Walk the whole way...More
Great easy walk to the inside and around a small volcano cone. Fantastic to see the inside of a Volcano cone with little effort.
Parking area is about 4Km South of Macha Blanca on the LZ56. The walk starts at the corner of the parking...More
About 15km from Arrecife, a short drive if you have a car. Free parking. There is a marked pathway to the Volcano with information along the way on boards. Thus Volcano erupted in the mid 1700’s. Very interesting and a must see. Plus other poi’s...More
Brilliant and free! A fascinating short walk into a volcano with educational information boards around the volcano. All of us (including our children) were in awe being in the volcano, with its huge walls surrounding us and imagining it’s explosion - we even had it...More