Arrival on La Palma – Transfer to your 3* hotel in Santa Cruz de La Palma.
The transfer to the starting point of your hike Laurelforest (1) in the northeast, which takes you through a lush and prehistoric junglevegetation to Barlovento, where your 4* hotel is located.
From the village of Barlovento it goes through the Gorges of the North (2) to Franceses. Here you will be walking by small dragontree populations and pittoresk villages, along the steep coastline with deep gorges and breathtaking views over the ocean.
We are going up! After your tranfer to Pico de la Cruz at an altitud of 2350m. Your hike starts along the Caldera rim (3), one of the largest craters in the world. A beautiful subalpine landscape, the view over the island and towards the neighbouring islands on the horizon, makes this walk an unforgettable experience. Downhill the track takes you to El Paso, where a bus will bring you to your 3* hotel in Los Llanos de Aridane.
Rest day. A day off to relax on the beach of Tazacorte or to pay a visit to the lovely city of Los Llanos de Aridane.
The transfer to Los Brecitos at an altitud of 1050m inside the crater of National Park Caldera de Taburiente (4). A magnificent journey through the National Park with it´s endemic flora and the ever running river Taburiente. Hereafter an other overnight stay in your hotel in Los Llanos de Aridane.
A transfer to Refugio del Pilar takes you to where the classic Volcano Route (5) beginns. This youngest part of the island has countless volcanic craters along the path all the way down to Fuencaliente. Lava landscapes combined with Canary pineforests will also turn this walk into something you will never forget. The transfer will take you to your 3* hotel in Santa Cruz.
The transfer to the airport – Return journey
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Suitable clothing and trekking shoes are recommended.
Eating and enough to drink. To take sun protection, hat, wind /rain jacket and warm clothes for the winter months is also important. We offer gratis our guests on the tours our rustic wooden walking sticks. Feel free to bring your own hiking equipment.
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