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An awe-inspiring stretch of volcanic wasteland: a desolate and bleak monument to the power of Mother Nature.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Crta. de Yaiza a Tinajo (LZ 67), km 11, 35560 Tinajo, Lanzarote, Spain
+34 928 11 80 42
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Every visit to Lanzarote should without exception include a visit to Timanfaya National Park. The coach ride through the lava fields is breathtaking, and one has to admire the skill of the drivers. The commentary (which includes English) makes it all the more interesting. The...More

Thank Rocko1947
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This area of natural rugged beauty reminds you how these beautiful islands came about. The colours of The lava rock change with the light so it looks different at various parts of the day. Totally unspoiled and a must see trip. Hire a car and...More

Thank Brownbuns
Reviewed yesterday

A brilliant trip out. Unfortunately we didn't get to the park until midday and by then the queues to get in were crazy, we sat in queue for over an hour - Guide books do say to get there early to avoid queues. Café nice...More

Thank Holidayhunter13
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is an awesome place to visit. The Luna road is breathtakingly spectacular and a must see. The queues however are horrendous. Up to two hours waiting in your car. I would seriously recommend taking an organised trip by coach which take priority!

Thank chriskennedy1965
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Recommend that if you are doing a lone visit arrive before opening time as the car park is very small and the queue will begin at the park entrance 2 Km

Thank Shropshirelad1962
Reviewed yesterday

From the rough volcanic flat plain adjacent the approach rd to the huge carpark on Timanfya peak with a restaurant cooking with volcanic heat and the bus ride over the volcano peaks where it can be seen the destructive forces of all these volcanoes, and...More

Thank Dave P
Reviewed 2 days ago

I succeeded to get the reservation for both tours. Our guide explained during several stops not only the seismographic fenomena but also the origins of any living material which she found on the earth or in the sky. Highly recommended to make the tour. The...More

Thank larinjo
Reviewed 2 days ago

Entrance includes a trip on a bus through the volcanos with a commentary. Well worthwhile. You also discover how hot the ground there still is.

Thank AlyGNorthWales
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Definitely worth a visit !!! Really good the demonstration when he puts hay down and the catches fire off the natural heat coming from the volcano 🌋 Also when they put cold water down and shoot back out The drive up and the colours of...More

Thank Guide22894048364
Reviewed 2 days ago

A stunning landscape and a must for a day trip and the reason why Lanzarote exists All very eerie and one wonders how the coach manages to wind its way round the tiny roads A good trip out and a nice cafe at the visitors...More

Thank Jacqui2702
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October 31, 2018|
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Response from FLASH88 | Reviewed this property |
It is open throughout the year. On bank holidays it can get very busy and parking lot is busy. Allow extra hour to the parking que.
Venita S
October 21, 2018|
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Response from José Juan L | Property representative |
Dear Venita, The clay lovers are called "Novios del Mojón" (The Bride and Groom of El Mojón) originally created by the local potter "Doña Dorotea". They are naked aboriginal male and female clay figures that originally... More
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September 28, 2018|
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Response from Casey B | Reviewed this property |
Hi... I was told it was every 30 minutes... a short que or waiting line to get on the bus, but this was not more than 5 minutes. Mid day was busy but not crowded.