On top of a volcano is a visitor center situated. Here is a restaurant located and they will vukanische heat cooked.This center is accessible by car after paying an entrance fee at the entrance (a € 16, - per car) to the main road (LZ-67) where a tourist bus ride of about 40 minutes through the volcanic landscape is included.more
Visitors can take a bus or on the back of a dromedary part of the field visits. This is possible without login.A walk of 3 km on the Termesanaroute guided lasts two hours, in which two groups on each side start with half the keys of the vans are exchanged. This walk should be two months in advance and requested 48 hours in advance to be...more
A 14 km-route by bus through an spectacular area nearby to the 'Montañas de Fuego'.You can hear the trilingual explanations (Spanish, English and German) during the trip.Unfortunately you can't get out of the bus until the end of the trip.It's important to arrive early in the morning in order to avoid the long queues.more
The Parque Nacional de Timanfaya in the south of Lanzarote experienced one of the world's greatest volcanic eruptions in 1730. The eruption lasted for six years and spewed thousands of tons of molten rock into the air. The 52 sq km (20.3 sq mi) park is almost like a scene from a science fiction movie. There is restaurant El Diablo in the park that...more
The restaurant El Diablo is another of Manriques' designs. There are plenty of tables for a panoramic view across the barren landscape. The meat and fish are grilled on the volcanic barbeque which is interetsing. Prices are reasonable and the service is good. I had grilled chicken with Canarian pots and of course Mojo sauce, the spicy one!more
This restaurant offers a panoramic view over the volcanic landscape and was designed by César Manrique. It has a varied menu with the speciality being the meat or fish grilled by heat from the volcano. They also offer dialy specials which are very reasonably priced. I had grilled chicken legs with local Canarian potatos with Mojo sauce.more
Camel rides in the park are very popular. You can join in a camel train for a unique look at the park.
Personally I found it a bit too crowded as they operate quite a few camel trains.
You could be felt tempt to join it if you had never ridden a camel. But it's nothing amazing. You will join to a 40 or 50 people group for a short 20 minutes trip.
Fun Alternatives: Contact with the Park staff. It's possible to walk around the park if you book in advance.