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Calderon Hondo

185 Reviews

Calderon Hondo

185 Reviews
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Spot whales and dolphins, go snorkeling, and make the most of Fuerteventura’s stunning scenery on this small-group speedboat tour. Following pickup from your accommodation, hop aboard your vessel and set sail. Spot marine life as you navigate the turquoise waters, and enjoy complimentary beverages on board. Upon arrival at Isla de Lobos, slip into a wetsuit and go snorkeling among the fishes. Souvenir photos and a local lunch are also included.
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Ama_lia wrote a review Aug 2020
Madrid, Spain87 contributions3 helpful votes
This volcano crater is near the village of Lajares. Is’s not a difficult climb and it worth every step you take to get to the top. At half way to the top you can see a range of three volcanos. When you reach the top you can see the 70 meters crater of the volcano and you can walk round it or just sit and enjoy the view and the wind on your face. While walking around, you will meet some cheerful squirrels which will no doubt to come close to you just in case you have some food or water for them. Don’t forget to apply sun cream and a cap would also be handy.
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Date of experience: August 2020
MICHAELA wrote a review Mar 2020
Prague, Czech Republic24 contributions
Great place for an original trip. I recommend suitable trekking shoes. Climbing up is not challenging, the way up with rocks and sand. Not suitable for young children. The view from the top is breathtaking.
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Date of experience: October 2019
DragonChowhound wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom264 contributions123 helpful votes
What's not to like about taking a walk around the caldera of a volcano? As others have said, there are a few routes to choose from, the easiest of which being the route that goes counter-clockwise around the base and ends at the viewing platform. We didn't know better, and went the more difficult route up the western side of the volcano. Once you reach the edge of the caldera, it's up to you if you want to go clockwise or counterclockwise around the caldera (at which point you can descend via the easier path at the viewing platform). The counterclockwise path around the caldera includes some tricky spots where you can get a bit intimidated if heights are not your thing. A bit of clearer signage would surely help. At a few points, I wasn't really sure where the path we were taking would end up. The peak can be very windy, so expect it!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Howard E wrote a review Jan 2020
Harrow, United Kingdom40 contributions7 helpful votes
This is a nice walk, easy to follow and peaceful. I wouldn't suggest doing this in flip flops or mules, equally you don't need walking shoes or boots. A pair of trainers or sturdy sandals such as Teva with a good grip is fine. We've done the walk a couple of times. There are great views and whilst you will also see other visitors, it has been quiet each time we have been. We went up and down the same, easier way this time and didn't walk around the top. We were back to the car easily inside two hours having spent a bit of time at the top, visiting what I think is a little abandoned goatherd structure a couple of minutes off the path on the way.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Pierre J wrote a review Jan 2020
Azores, Portugal70 contributions14 helpful votes
At the edge of Lajares in the direction of Majanicho, you have a car park near the camel place (it's signposted). From there, take the path oriented northward. After 250 metres, either go straight on the rough trail or go right on the Camino Calderas. If you choose the Camino Calderas, you go round the volcano and, after 300 more metres, you'll see the path climbing to the viewing platform on your left. That last part of the way is a bit steep but it's quite short (around 50 metres). If you choose the other route, it's steeper and bumpier, but you reach the summit of the volcanoe. You'll see the viewing platform below you on the other side of the crater. If you follow the crater rim on your right, you can easily walk to the platform. An idea would be to go up the steeper trail and come back along the Camino Calderas. You should meet plenty of Barbary ground squirrels on the crater's rim. They are considered a pest by the local authorities, but they are so cute! I did it all with flip-flops but better shoes are recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020