“Feel the magic of La Palma on board a buggy”
An original way of discovering the wildest corners of our island: driving a buggy. The starting point of our
tour will be the village of El Llanito, where you will have a brief explanation on how to ride these vehicles,
and once on board we will drive towards the uplands of Mazo, crossing the mountains of Breña Alta
and Breña Baja and its plentiful and thick vegetation, to finally arrive at the area called Niquiomo. The
breathtaking view over the Aridane valley from the summit of the geological zone of Cumbre Nueva will
make this unique activity unforgettable, since you will experience incredible emotions and feelings!
We also offer the option of doing the Volcano Route in a buggy: the first part of the tour will be
the same as the short buggy route, but then we continue driving south through the pine tree forest until
reaching the lava flows of the majestic Martin volcano. We will finish in the village of Fuencaliente to visit
the craters of the San Antonio and Teneguia volcanoes.
Volcano San Juan
In 1949 the volcano San Juan erupted. During the night of June 24th, the first crater appeared on the Cumbre Nueva ridge.
The volcanic eruption began on October 2nd 1646, the lava flows divided into four arms of red hot magma. They flowed down the steep slopes of the area until they reached the sea, affecting directly or indirectly the southern settlements of the municipality of Mazo.
Volcano San Antonio
The eruption of the volcano San Antonio started in 1677. One of the eruption vents buried the hot spring known as Fuente Santa
The Teneguía erupted in 1971 in the south of the island on the lava fields of the volcano San Antonio. Many of the pyroclastic materials flowed into the sea and formed new land.
Price for Buggie (2 People)
Driver licence required
Children Over 7 Years
Es recomendable llevar ropa de abrigo y calzado comodo.
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