Hiking in Lanzarote: National Park of Los Ajaches

18-12-2018


Hiking in Lanzarote: National Park of Los Ajaches
The flat and uneven geography of Lanzarote isnít an obstacle for hiking lovers to enjoy during any time of the year this sport. On this occasion, we will talk about the National Park of Los Ajaches route. Take your cap, bottle of water, sun cream and the keys of your cheap rental car in Lanzarote because here we go!

The National Park of Los Ajaches in the south of the island, itís easy to access with your cheap rental car in Lanzarote. This place is characterised by its volcanic territory, in which colours like the black of the volcanos, the gold of sand and the blue of the water get mixed on a way thatís only possible in Lanzarote.

This route starts in the Punta Marcial of Rubicon and it finishes in the Punta de Papagayo. For going to the starting point we advise you to rent a cheap rental car in Lanzarote. This hike of 8.76km total and full of ups and downs, itís considered a high intensity hike. In addition, itís important to highlight that the path goes through the town and the national park.

During the first four kilometers, there are several ups and downs being the lowest point 6 meters and the highest 48 meters. After this first half has finished, the route becomes more monotone because thereís no ups and downs and you will be crossing the national park.

Certainly, one of the most wonderful moments of this hike arrives when you get to the Papagayo beach. An unique and virgin landscape thatís a must visit for all visitors that come to Lanzarote. Once in Papagayo beach, donít forget to dive right into the crystal clear waters or even take beautiful and everlasting pictures. With no doubt, you should always bring with you a towel and swimsuit in your cheap rental car in Lanzarote because you never know when you are going to find a paradisiacal beach.

Lastly, it has to be taken into account the difficulty of the path, thatís why itís recommended to go on days when the temperatures are not high and going always during the morning with the aim of avoiding the hottest hours of the day.