Probably one of the best ways to get around the island of Lanzarote. There are plenty of dirt roads around the island leading to places with the most spectacular views. Its a fun way to discover of the beaten track. The groups are small in respect of the environment. There are several routes that are taken by the organisors of the tour leading to lost corners of Lanzarote. There are tours that last 1 to 3 hours or longer for 5 hours.
South Area: Mácher
– Playa Quemada – Puerto Calero Route (1.5hours)
The route starts in the Mácher area and travels along dirt roads and some road sections between Playa Quemada and Puerto Calero. Halfway through the journey there is a brief stop to enjoy the scenery and take pictures.
North Area quad tour: Costa Teguise
– Guatiza – Los Cocoteros – Mala. (5 hours)
From Costa Teguise the tour trails between volcanoes and cacti in the direction on the village of Mala where you canvisit the sand dunes. Throughout the itinerary, there are different stops, so that you can take pictures, and eat in Charco del Palo (lunch not included). You also visit the natural pools by the coast and can even enjoy a swim before making your way back.
On the way back to the starting point, we will travel through the villages of Los Cocoteros and Guatiza, stopping if there is time, at the saltworks of the same name.
South Area buggy tour: Mácher
– Teguise – Famara – Carretera de Timanfaya
This is the option we can certainly recommend to the most intrepid adventurers. On this route we cross the island from east to west by roads and trails to reach the stunning beach of Famara, one of the most magical and beautiful corners of Lanzarote and a paradise of surfing and kite surfing. Once in Famara we will break to freshen up and have a snack before making our way back, travelling through some of the villages in the centre of the island and the impressive Timanfaya road.
The tours are guided and include mandatory liability and accident insurance.
More information can be found with Tourist Ticket