Recorrido en buggy todoterreno por Lanzarote
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Recorrido en buggy todoterreno por Lanzarote

Recorrido en buggy todoterreno por Lanzarote

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La experiencia comienza con la recogida en los puntos de encuentro del Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca y Costa Teguise.

Tras salir de Tahiche nos dirigiremos a la ciudad de Nazaret, donde se encuentra Lagomar. Allí le ofrecerán una visión de conjunto de la casa de Omar Sharif y de la isla de Lanzarote. Desde Nazaret, tomaremos un camino de tierra hacia la isla de Teguise, la antigua capital de la isla. Cuando lleguemos, habrá una pausa para el café de 20 minutos y un paseo por el centro histórico.

Continuaremos nuestra ruta hacia Famara, desde donde podrá ver las islas de La Graciosa, Montaña Clara y la Alegranza que forman, junto con Roque del este y Roque del Oeste, el archipiélago Chinijo, un paraje natural situado en la costa norte de Lanzarote. También veremos las formaciones de dunas de arena desde este punto. Allí realizaremos una breve parada para hacer fotos y para obtener más información.

Retomaremos nuestro viaje en dirección a Soo hasta entrar en el bonito pueblo costero de La Santa. Desde aquí llegaremos al pueblo de la Mancha Blanca, donde visitaremos el Centro de Visitantes para hacernos una idea de cómo vivían los antiguos habitantes con un volcán activo. En el centro podrá disfrutar de la simulación de un volcán en el interior de una cueva. Después de la visita al Centro de Visitantes, se dirigirá hacia La Geria a través de una pista interior para ver la malvasía (típica plantación de uvas) de Lanzarote. La plantación se puede ver en ambos lados de la carretera y abarca toda La Geria.

Posteriormente, pondremos rumbo hacia el volcán Tinguatón, donde daremos un paseo por su interior (unos 30 minutos). Cuando termine el paseo, nos dirigiremos a una bodega para disfrutar de una cata de vinos.

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Incluido
  • Ida y vuelta a punto de encuentro
  • Guía local
No incluido
  • Propina (opcional)
Adicional
  • Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva, salvo que reserve 3 días o menos antes del viaje. En ese caso recibirá confirmación en un plazo de 48 horas, siempre que haya disponibilidad
  • Precio por buggy, no por pasajero
  • Todos los conductores deben disponer de pasaporte o documento de identidad y permiso de conducción
  • La edad mínima para pasajeros es 18 años
  • El itinerario puede ser modificado por fuerza mayor
  • Se requiere calzado cómodo
  • Se aconseja llevar ropa de abrigo en invierno
  • Por razones de seguridad, las bebidas alcohólicas no están permitidas.
Características
Turismo
85% Adrenalina
75% Original
75% Deportes
50%
Opiniones
4.2
27
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Jabeen B
1 | 2018-02-19

This was the worst tour I have ever taken I have traveled in 75 countries in my life. The guides could not be bothered with us at all. Besides not even telling us after we arrived at the center what was going on, or where to go, they never really spoke to use on the entire trip. So outside of using GPS on my phone, we were never told where we were, what we were seeing or anything about the islands, its sights etc. Worst of all, my buggy was too big for me I am 5'2. they got me a pillow, and i spent most of the trip so concentrated on not losing control because i could barely reach the petals and worried, sometimes downright panicked on sandy tracks, going fast - this was not safe, especially because it was really windy. I found out later there were buggies where the seat moved forward - but they just could not be bothered. At lunch, the guides sat together and left us to our own devices, never speaking to us - except of course to tell us that only certain thing on the menu were included in the price. the only person that bothered to speak to me at all from the staff was the nice Italian that picked us up at the hotel and dropped us off. I would not recommend this tour with this company. And as i am a journalist writing a travel article, i certainly won't compliment it in my article either. Let me put it this way: I could not wait until it was over. It's a shame because Lanzarote is a beautiful island, and a buggy is a nice way to see it, and on every prior trip, i wanted to take this tour. But the only reason that i knew what we were seeing or anything about it is because i have explored this island three times in a car on prior trips, and i had read up on places, and visited them before. Most of all, I feel really lucky that i didn't get hurt or hurt anyone. What a waste of 150 euros.

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Davis A
1 | 2017-12-12

Not enough information was given, didn’t mention about driving license so I left them in hotel. Soon as I get in to the bus driver refused to wait for me until I bring license and just left without me that’s how I lost 100 pounds.

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Pinelele
5 | 2017-08-02

Such a great experience! Mattao was hilarious, informative and safety minded. Lanzarote is such an amazing and strange landscape, what better way to be see it then by 4 wheeler. My husband and I did the 3 hour tour and it was the perfect length of time to zip along the ocean, see some salt minds, and then head up towards the volcanoes. This is a trip that is meant for the physically strong though. My husband did all the driving, even though I have used 4 wheelers on horse farms in the past. Some of the areas were quite rocky and angular and I dont think I would have had the strength to keep us on the path. Highly recommend!

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