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8 - 9 hours
90 people (max)
English, German, Spanish
We will continue to Guatiza having a look to the prickly pears plantations where the the cochineal used as natural dye was cultivated. It inspired the last land art work of the famous artist César Manrique, the Cactus Garden. This garden is impressive for its originality and for the thousands of cacti and succulent plants from all over the world that it houses inside. During the trip we will also stop at the Aloe Vera Museum.
From there we will go to the Cueva de los Verdes* a cave of undoubted beauty that includes an indescribable and totally different landscape, formed by volcanic eruptions. We will have lunch in Haría, where we can enjoy a wonderful view of a beautiful palm grove, known as “The Valley of a Thousand Palms”. Stop for lunch in Haría. From there, we approach Tahiche, to visit the César Manrique Foundation**, which was the original home of the great artist from Lanzarote built on five volcanic bubbles, and that today, houses the foundation that bears his name and houses different temporary exhibitions inside and where you can also admire his work.
Return to the picking-up points between 16.00 and 18.00 depending of the tourist resort.
* in phase 3-4 of COVID it is replaced by Los Jameos del Agua.
** if there is a closure for groups due to COVID it will be replaced by Mirador del Río.Less