Duration 4-5 Hours, Transfers Included
Transfers, Snack, Licensed tour guide
Closed shoes, Sun protection, Warm clothes, Water
This is a route with great cultural and scenic interests and takes place in the mountain massif of Famara-Guatifay, located in the north of the island.
This part of Lanzarote houses the majority of the endemic plants of the island and it is very common to see several species of birds like hawks, ravens, etc…
Our route begins in Haría, a very charming canarian village from we walk towards the Malpaso Valley until we reach the highest point of Lanzarote: Peñas del Chache located at 672m above sea level, then we carry on walking until we arrive to El Bosquecillo (The Little Forest).
In this point we enjoy fantastic aerial views of Famara Beach and the Archipielago Chinijo (the most important Marine Reserve in Europe) in one side and in the other the views of the One Thousand Palm Tree Valley.
From here we descend through the Rincón ravine until we get back to Haría.
We recommend Saturdays for this tour because in Haría takes place the only handicraft market of the island.