Environmental education

Activities meant to discover a different Lanzarote and learn about its natural heritage.


Despite its aridity, Lanzarote has a wide variety of plant species that have been able to adapt to the peculiar climatic characteristics of the island. Depending on the environment in which we move, we can discover dozens of different species, some endemic to the Canary Islands and others native to Lanzarote.

All the booking will be made through the Activa Canarias platform, the association of Active Tourism companies of the Canary Islands to which I belong.

A route through the north of Lanzarote, thhrough the Elvira Sánchez ravine, where there is more vegetation per square meter than the entire island.

Aeonium, Euphorbia, Echium or pines and especially lichens. These are the species we meet on this route between lava flows and ashes. Where there was destruction, life is reborn with new strength.


In nature, nothing stays the same forever: everything changes and transforms.

Lanzarote is an island of volcanic origin and its geological age is about 20 million years. In all this time the changes have been many and inevitable, due to atmospheric agents but also to human action.

With these activities we will try to discover the main changes in the physiognomy of Lanzarote in different parts of the island.

The Massif of Los Ajaches: first block of the island, the area that has suffered the most erosion and changes over the last 12 million years.

The Vega de San José, very close to Teguise, gives us the opportunity to discover an area of ​​the Famara Massif that has undergone significant geological and physical changes that today give us a somewhat peculiar landscape.

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Accreditation of the Biosphere distinction

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