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I liked to visit this place and I can recommend to the other person for visit. Of course It was good included the price for the bus tour in ticket price and the tour was not bad because you can listen and learn about this...More
Visit Timanfaya National Park! Have visited twice - once in 2014 when it was quiet and very lovely then again in Nov 18 when we hit peak time (lunchtime ish) and very busy with many tourists but still spectacular- if you love nature you will...More
I am always suspicious of places you have to pay for and have no prices displayed. Once you reach the "ticket office" with good eyesight or a pair specs, you see 10 per adult and 5 per child. This is incredibly good value as it...More
Exciting desolate landscape with touristy magic show of the powers that earth possesses.
Definitely recommend taking a tour bus. Looking at the cars queuing and waiting made us feel pretty privileged.
The view was spectacular and one can only imagine the spectacular heat and power...More
We booked a one day trip with my partner. It is definitely worth to see, amazing view which we enjoyed for few hours. I would highly recommend booking through the excursions office, to avoid the queues inside.
Amazing place. Like something out of Dr Who or sci fi in the 60's/70's. Absolutely stunning views. A trip not to be missed. We had a fantastic tour guide who gave a running commentary throughout the maze of volcanos, narrow pathways and mountain ash from...More
If you want to feel like being on another planet, you must come here. I have only had this feeling here and in Iceland. A natural park covered by volcanic lava. You can do it by camel or bus. We preferred the second option for...More
I'm writing the review right on the way down from the peak immediately after the super disappointing tour. Great place with lots to take photos and experience, but the guided tour ruined everything I expected and the place can offer. Ignoring all the time spent...More
Date of experience: December 2018
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CACT L, Customer Service at Timanfaya National Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
Thank you for taking the trouble to write us, it helps us to improve the opinion of our clients.
On the other hand, we do not know the external company, with which you have hired your excursion, but you must be the one...More
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Yes, the visitor centre. Do not know whether one runs from western point. We used a free app called Moovit on the island, you simply put in your destination and it gives you directions to the bus stop and real time... More
Yes, the visitor centre. Do not know whether one runs from western point. We used a free app called Moovit on the island, you simply put in your destination and it gives you directions to the bus stop and real time information about when the bus will arrive. It was invaluable. Have a great trip!
Yes, but time your arrival carefully; there are often long queues at the main gate to get into the park, especially if you turn up in the morning. We arrived taught early afternoon and it was fine. The tour busses jump the... More
Yes, but time your arrival carefully; there are often long queues at the main gate to get into the park, especially if you turn up in the morning. We arrived taught early afternoon and it was fine. The tour busses jump the private car queue .. but may have a queue of their own! As others have said, you can not drive yourself around the volcano field: the entrance fee to the park includes the cost of a guided tour by bus. The road from the main entrance leads to a large (but steep) car park by the restaurant and gift shop, where the guided busses also leave from. Worth a trip to the museum also but note this is well outside the park - it's on the left another mile or two along the main road north of the main gate. Great elevated walkway outside, through and over the lava field. But it closes about 4pm so best to go in the morning BEFORE you visit the park proper, as there most likely won't be time after if you go to the park for the afternoon.
Thanks for your interest in our centres. You can visit Montañas del Fuego if you are pregnant without problem. The visit includes a bus tour, geothermical demonstrations and the visit to the Diablo... More
Thanks for your interest in our centres. You can visit Montañas del Fuego if you are pregnant without problem. The visit includes a bus tour, geothermical demonstrations and the visit to the Diablo Restaurant. As other travelers have commented, in some places may be a bit hot and you will have to walk short distances, but other than that the visit is quite relaxing.