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Walk from Puerto del Carmen to Puerto Calero

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Walk from Puerto del Carmen to Puerto Calero

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Timanfaya & Lanzarote Volcano Experience

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Discover the volcanic landscapes of the Timanfaya National Park on this half-day excursion, which takes us through the southern part of Lanzarote. We visit the Timanfaya National Park, we will feel the heat of the earth when we carry out the geothermal demonstrations in the Islote de Hilario. We do the Route of the Volcanoes in our own minibus. You can ride a camel (optional). And on the Timanfaya coast, there are two photographic stops: one at the Los Hervideros cliffs, and the other at the El Golfo volcano with its green lagoon. Finally, try the Malvasía wine in La Geria.<br><br>- We visit the Timanfaya National Park, El Islote de Hilario, the Route of the Volcanoes, Echadero de Camellos, Los Hervideros, El Golfo, La Geria.<br>- Excursion in one language and maximum 14 people.<br>- Native guides and certified by the Government of the Canary Islands<br>- Air-conditioned mini-bus with Free WI-FI connection<br>- Entrance to the Timanfaya National Park included<br>- No commercial stops
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AdamReusDob wrote a review Nov 6
80 contributions17 helpful votes
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Nice walk between the 2 towns. Plenty to see and appreciate. Take walking shoes and always follow the correct path. Many people passing us yesterday all nice and polite
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Annette W wrote a review Sep 2020
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Did this recently as a bit of a pilgrimage for my mam who did it regularly. Spectacular scenery and some good out of the way sunbathing/fishing spots on the way which only the locals seem to frequent. TIP don't do it in sandals as there is a lot of loose stones which can get annoying, bring water and sunscreen as it can get very hot as there is no shade at all no matter what time of day you walk although there are plenty of little benches to rest along the way. There is a section that involves steep steps but it does have a handrail (bring anti bac gel). You can see any other walkers, bikers coming so for a nice walk without having to wear a mask outside as per the new covid laws in Spain it's well worth being able to breath in the fresh sea air and take a break from the hustle of the main town.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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john costello wrote a review Jul 2020
Tias, Spain11 contributions3 helpful votes
good walk a lot of steep steps so need to be reasonably fit.wear old shoes its very dusty but wonderful views.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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John E wrote a review Mar 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
This beautiful walk will take you around 45-60 minutes, depending on your pace and number of photo stops. I actually did it in 40 minutes, with photos, but I was walking alone so possibly less stops? Be aware that there is 'nothing' between Carmen and Calero (including shade) so plan/prepare accordingly. Calero has a small but very smart selection of marina-front bars and restaurants. I chose the Harbour Club Restaurant. Great cappuccino served with a very cute mini ice cream. Afterwards, I chose to return to Carmen via the 'sea taxi' which cost €8pp and afforded a great view of the coastline that I'd previously walked along.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Kevin W wrote a review Mar 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom29 contributions9 helpful votes
Take water , and sensible shoes , we went early morning before it got on hot , had a nice breakfast when we arrived in Calero . Spotted 1 or 2 little lizards along the way. The air was sweet . It was great to see the fishermen
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Date of experience: February 2020
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