Being able to hike across land shaped by volcanic eruptions is something that makes Lanzarote so special. This easy 7-km guided walk through Los Volcanes Natural Park takes you up volcanic cones, across lava flows and through mesmerising things like lava tunnels with a native guide to point out all of the fascinating shapes.
This three-hour hike through Los Volcanes Natural Park will bring you up close to the land formed by eruptions between 1730-1736 and 1824. You'll get to know all there is about volcanoes from your guide as you step across this moon-like landscape, while discovering an open-air museum dedicated to volcanology.
The surface will be a bit rough underfoot, so make sure you're wearing closed shoes as you'll be walking up volcanic cones and rocks. You'll also go in search of lakes, craters, lava flows and tunnels, and by the end of the three hours you'll be an expert on the constant rebirth of life on lava.