Cruise to Lanzarote in 2023 / 2024
The lunar-like landscape of Lanzarote tells the story of this Canary Island’s volcanic past.
On a Lanzarote cruise you might want to try one of our most popular excursions, a barbeque cooked using the heat of Fire Mountain in Timanfaya National Park. Or explore the old capital of Arrecife, a natural inland lagoon with a promenade and plenty of cafes, museums and monuments.
Timanfaya National Park
Lanzarote has a fascinating history, and one of its most notable events is the eruptions of the 1730s, when the volcanoes in the Timanfaya area erupted for six years, covering a third of the island with lava.
This is Fire Mountain, where the parkland is entirely made of orange volcanic soil. It really is like exploring another planet!
Top Lanzarote cruise excursions…
Explore more by joining us on one of the excursions we have prepared for you.
Fire Mountain and volcano barbecue
Leaving the Lanzarote cruise port, head out to the spectacular lava landscapes of Timanfaya National Park. Here at Fire Mountain, you’ll enjoy a barbecue lunch cooked using the geothermal heat rising up from the earth, served with a cool glass of Canarian wine.
Fire Mountain and Timanfaya National Park
Discover the volcanic origins of the Canary Islands at Timanfaya, also known as Fire Mountain. Once at the national park, begin a tour of the craters and lava beds in this lunar-like terrain. After exploring here, see other fascinating sights such as the ‘boiling waters’ of Los Hervideros and the salt pit crater at Janubio.
Sea trekking on the ocean floor
A cross between snorkelling and scuba diving, on this sea trek you’ll wear a special high-tech helmet with an air supply from the surface. An instructor will guide you as you walk along the ocean floor, where seabream, damselfish, brightly-coloured wrasse, spider crabs and wide-eyed flounders will swim around you.
Cruise to Lanzarote
Set off to the lava land of Lanzarote
Lanzarote’s volcanic sculpted parks, black sand beaches and vibrant art scene are only the beginning of what this sun-kissed Canary Island has to offer.Read our blog