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Travelling solo, and was keen to do as much exercise as could.
Took a day out from running/swimming to do the hike.
30min drive there from Puerto Del Carmen, seeing some small towns on the way.
Once at end of dirt track, picked up easy...More
This is a wonderful walk through some amazing volcanic scenery. It took us about 3.5 hours from the parking area to get to the highest point on the caldera rim. It’s a straightforward walk but you need to go prepared - carry plenty of water...More
Take a "lunar" walk through the unbelievable mystic LAVA fields!
The experience will be unforgetable and forever in my memory!
It was unreal! The lava fields were like walking on moon or another planet... So edgy, wild and sharp!
The path is easily walkable, you...More
It was a great hike through the lava field. You van leave the car ín a small parking lot. If you arrive from Timanfaya Visitor Center in the direction to Mancha Blanca, after 1300 meters on the left side you will reach two small road....More
On Tuesday 6 Februar Martine from Viator (organisation) drove us in her jeep to the vulcana Monte Corona Blanca. There we climbed to the edge and walked the caldera aroud. Spectacular views and she gave us a lot of information about this area. We saw...More
We did this walk as a family of three including our 1 year old son who we carried in a rucksack style carrier.
We hired a car which I think is probably essential for doing this. There is a small car park that you can...More
My wife and I decided to do this trek after going to the tamanfaya national park.
You can do both if you get to the national park by 9am.
The easiest way to do the walk is from the small carpark at the end of...More
This is something for those who are a bit more adventurous and in good physical shape. Also prepared for the day, with snacks and water. There is nothing around and sometimes not many people. First you would need a car to get to the area,...More