What to expect?
Gran Canaria is much more than a destination to rest, sun and beach. An island full of contrasts with a rich and interesting history, from the pre-Hispanic times to the most recent past and the current and future challenges for its inhabitants. Hand in hand with our expert local guide, you will discover incredible protected natural landscapes, emblematic villages, local products, anecdotes, legends and realities of our island.
This is our proposal of visits and routes:
- Guayadeque: Declared a Natural Monument in 2,000, the Guayadeque Valley is a magical place full of aboriginal soul, where we will discover its cave-dwelling settled by the first pre-Hispanic inhabitants and still today in use.
- Agüimes: Aboriginal Antiquity settlement
- Aloe vera property: Called the wonder plant, its crop and marketing, each time more is getting relevance in the Canary Islands. They will show us their uses and qualities
- Firgas: Nice town known as “the Atlantic balcony” for its fantastic panoramic views, or also, as “the water town” with its exceptional waterfall fountain located in the middle of the old town
- Valleseco: stop to have lunch (not included)
- Roque Nublo: most emblematic natural space of the island.
- Fataga: known as the Valley of the Thousand Palms.
An essential day to feel our past, present and future as yours.
We have pick-up service included in the following areas:
- Playa del Inglés
- San Agustín
- Bahía Feliz
- Puerto Rico
- Puerto Mogán
During the booking process, we will request the name of your accommodation in order to confirm the proper pick-up time and meeting point. After a few days, you will receive a message with your pick-up details.
If you are in an area other than those described, you should go to the nearest meeting point on your own or go directly to the centre. Please tell us where you are staying and we will assign you the nearest meeting point.
What is included?
- 7-hour bus tour with a professional guide
- Entrance to Aloe Vera property
- NOT INCLUDED: Lunch
Know before you book
- Free for babies under 1 year old
- Wear comfortable clothing and shoes
- We highly recommend bringing some kind of coat or windbreaker