Timanfaya and Lanzarote are part of the Canary Islands located off the west coast of Africa. Timanfaya is a volcanic national park on the island of Lanzarote, part of Spain's Canary Islands. This park is breathtaking, with its moon-like landscape, rugged mountains, craters, and lava fields. The most iconic feature of the park is the red soil and the Islote de Hilario, the active volcano located within the park. Unique flora and fauna inhabit the park and include turnstones, dragonflies, lizards, and more. The park has over a hundred miles of trails and paths that allow visitors to explore the wild surroundings of the park. Camping is also allowed in designated areas with a reservation. For those looking for a great outdoor experience, Timanfaya and Lanzarote make for an unforgettable destination.