Activities and guided excursions in Lanzarote

Travelling with LET is experiencing the island by its nature, culture and people. Have a look on our sample itineraries or design your own private trip. Lanzarote is ready to be discovered.

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    Tours only in English

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    Lanzarote local guides

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    Small groups, max 14 people

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    Air-conditioned bus with Free WIFI

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    Pick up at your accommodation

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    We avoid the queues and detours

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    Immediate confirmation

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    Free cancellation up to 48 hours

Unique experiences in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is an island that is worth visiting with a local guide. With our guided tours you will get to know the island without feeling hurried, with a personalised and friendly treatment, avoiding long queues and always receiving the best of us. We have designed these excursions in Lanzarote so you can get to know the best of the island.

La Graciosa Sail: A paradise island.
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La Graciosa Sail: A paradise island.

Spend an unforgettable day sailing on a catamaran and enjoying the incredibly clear and turquoise waters that bathe the smallest and quietest of the Canary Islands, La Graciosa. This island, north of Lanzarote, is a paradise of golden sandy beaches where time stands still. We anchor in a bay for swimming, water activities and enjoy lunch aboard. Wednesdays and Fridays adults only.

Free cancellation up to 48 hours

Lanzarote, an island to be discovered

Lanzarote is an island where its volcanic, black and red landscape, will make you feel in a different world. You will find a land of silence and tranquility, an island where you feel at home by the treatment of its hospitable people who have known how to respect the landscape and learn to survive in a place where water is scarce. Lanzarote enjoys mysterious landscapes and a recognized ecosystem of great value. It is an ideal environment to relax and get lost in its volcanoes, caves or virgin beaches. If you pause, you will breathe in the peace of the island and you will feel as far away as if you were visiting the moon.

Timanfaya National Park

Timanfaya National Park: A lunar landscapee

Timanfaya is another world, with a Martian landscape resulting from the eruptions that took place between 1730 and 1736, and again in 1824, where the scarce vegetation, the variety of lava, and their original colors create one of the most impressive landscapes all over the Canary Islands.

Jameos del Agua

Jameos del Agua. A place to fall in love with

Jameos del Agua is a unique space in the world designed by César Manrique and Jesús Soto. Feel the harmony, beauty, peace and tranquility of this volcanic tunnel.

Cueva de los Verdes

Cueva de los Verdes: A Cave with a secret

There are few places like Cueva de los Verdes. Its beauty and uniqueness confirm it as one of the most amazing wonders hidden in Lanzarote.

Mirador del Río

Mirador del Río: Spectacular views

It is located on top of the imposing Famara Cliff, near an military battery of the nineteenth century. You can enjoy the views over La Graciosa and the small islands.

Cactus Garden

Jardín de Cactus: A garden in an old quarry

The Cactus Garden, easily recognizable from the road thanks to the large metallic cactus at its entrance, is the last work carried out by César Manrique.

Lago Verde, Charco de los Clicos

The green Lagoon and El Golfo volcano: A crater by the sea

Charco de los Clicos or the green lagoon is located in El Golfo, a volcano open to the sea on the west coast of Lanzarote, where the erosion of the wind and the Atlantic Ocean have shaped it into a silhouette of a Roman theater

Timanfaya National Park

César Manrique Foundation: Symbiosis of nature and art

The Foundation is located in the house where César Manrique lived until 1988. It is perhaps the work that best represents his personal and artistic ideals.