General data

Duration: 5 hours

Difficulty: Low

Languages: English, Spanish & German

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Departure time & place

A. Santa Cruz de La Palma. Bus stop line 500, south direction / 09:00h (Google Maps)

B. Los Cancajos. Beach bus stop / 09:05h (Google Maps)

C. Los Cancajos. Pharmacy bus stop / 09:10h (Google Maps)

D. Breña Baja. Hotel Parador (bus stop next to the main road) / 09:15h (Google Maps)

E. Breña Alta. Baltavida bus stop / 09:20h (Google Maps)

F. Caldera de Taburiente Visitors Centre bus stop / 9:45h (Google Maps)


If you want to know the Route of the Volcanoes, on La Palma, from another point of view, you can’t miss the opportunity to do it in our guided tour in a 4×4 bus. An ideal plan for those who avoid walking long distances or who prefer to enjoy the beauty of the Route of the Volcanoes with their families.


Our adventure begins after picking you up at one of our official stops. We will set off for the area of the Llano del Jable or Llano de Las Brujas, the beginning of the Cumbre Vieja, which extends from the centre to the south of the island.


During our tour by 4×4 bus, we will have the opportunity to observe everything from prehistoric volcanic flows to the most recent ones in 1971, when the Teneguía Volcano erupted. Some of these volcanoes are home to various protected plant and animal species and their dark colour, mixed with the green of the Canary Island pine, create a picture that is hard to forget.


During the tour we will also walk along some of the paths in the area to enjoy the volcanic beauty of the place, observing the main cones and volcanic flows that mix with the green of the Canary Island pine creating a very peculiar contrast.


What are you waiting for to discover the Route of the Volcanoes in a totally different way?


  • Wear comfortable clothing and suitable footwear, as well as a jacket and some rain protection if necessary
  • It is also advisable to bring sun protection and a cap or hat
  • Bring some water and some food
  • Never deviate from the marked paths
  • Carry a mobile phone with sufficient battery
  • In case of emergency, call the emergency telephone number in the Canary Islands: 112


  • We take extra health and safety measures in all our services
  • All surfaces in contact with our customers will be cleaned frequently
  • We will put in each bus enough free space of seats to keep the safety distance
  • We will try to send a vehicle with twice the capacity of the booked one so that there are no agglomerations
  • You will have to wear the mask at all times