Interpreted hiking route along the Maho trail, Fuerteventura
The Mahos were the ancient inhabitants of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. They mainly came from the North African coasts, and their main activity was goat farming. They also collected molluscs and fished in the pools of the intertidal zone. On this ethno-tourism or interpreted hiking route we will be able to see how they lived and their customs.
What we are going to do?
After the guide picks us up from our accommodation, we will head towards the starting point of the first tour. We will walk through a ravine to discover settlements and engravings. We will then move on to visit one of the villages where the Maho people lived, to discover how they carried out their domestic chores. We will finish with a visit to the archaeological museum and its important relics. During the tour we will stop for lunch in a traditional restaurant.
Pick up in the specified areas
Tapas style lunch
What should I bring?
Appropriate clothing and footwear for hiking
Water and snacks
Activity not recommended for minors. Activity not suitable for people with reduced mobility. The pick up areas are: Corralejo, Puerto del Rosario, Caleta de Fuste, Gran Tarajal
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.