We first went with last minute tours booked online in the UK which cost 20 euros each for the short south tour. This short tour takes half a day so you should be back in your hotel by 3pm. The last minute buses are quite smart and the commentator was extremely informative giving us a run down of the islands history which was fascinating. We first visited the camels with the option of riding them for 6 euros which most did. They also take a piccie of you whilst on the camel and if you want to purchase, the cost is an additional 5 euros. We then went to the volcanic moutains through windy narrow roads which was scary to say the least. The gisa demonstrations were great as was the giant kiln-like building cooking chicken using the natural volcanoe heat. Another demo was the opportunity to see just how hot the ashes beneath the surface actually was where a guy shovelled the poured some hot ashes on our hands. After the volcanoe visit, we went to their vinyards for a history lesson and some wine tasting. We bought a bottle of the sweet wine but when we got back to the hotel, it did not taste quite the same as we remembered. After this we were all dropped back to outr hotels. I highly recommend doing this tour.
I also booked a Grand Tour with Customer Service in Costa Teguise costing 45 euros which includes camel riding, volcanoe at Timafaya, wine tasting at the vinyard, buffet lunch, cave visit (although not the fabulos green caves), plus a drive around the perimeter of the island. This tour lasts one full day so you should be back between 6pm to 7pm. Aside from the splendid buffet lunch, I really do not think the price was worth it with this tour company. The tour bus for a start was not very nice unlike last minutes, which was very modern and smart. Also, the cave took about 30 minutes and all there was to do was to enter into a deepish cave as view small white crabs all without commentary or guide... BIG DEAL. From what I have read here, it is worth seeing the green caves with Last Minute as there is commentary and much more to see. Unfortunately, last minute emailed me whilst I was in Lanzarote to say the green caves tour was cancelled so I frantically looked for another tour which included the caves but the seller at Customer Services led me to believe this cave tour was just as good, which it was not so beware of the sneaky English tour operators over there who knows you will be leaving soon and sell you a secondary tour for a high price!
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