La Palma's natural wonders are plentiful, and this full-day tour concentrates on a few of highlights around the south. You'll take in the views over Caldera de Taburiente National Park, home to the huge volcanic caldera, venture by the sea in Tazacorte and stand before the crater of San Antonio volcano.
We'll start off the day with a view to whet your appetite at La Cumbrecita, where you'll teeter on the edge of the huge Caldera de Taburiente. Gaze out over deep ravines filled with pine forests and trekking paths, then visit a small square where flowers and plants blossom in the midst of recent lava flows.
Afterwards, you'll have free time for lunch in the seaside harbour town of Tazacorte before getting to know more about the island's volcanic activity at the crater of San Antonio volcano. Then, we'll finish up the tour at some of the most photographed points in La Palma – the salt pans and lighthouses of the south.