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  • From Las Palmas: Treasures of Gran Canaria Tour

    1. From Las Palmas: Treasures of Gran Canaria Tour

    Benefit from pick-up at one of several meeting points in Las Palmas, and then get back to nature in the amazing Guayadeque ravine at Agüimes. Learn more about the original inhabitants of the island and travel back in time more than 600 years to visit one of the original cave houses. Continue to the pretty town of Mogán on the southwest coast and take a stroll around the town center and port area. Discover why it is known as the Venice of the South to the locals and get some free time for lunch. End with a visit to the popular resort town of Maspalomas, known for its stunning dunes and natural reserve. Hear about the history of the island and its places along the way. Return to Las Palmas and get dropped off in the afternoon.

    This was my first visit to Gran Canaria, for number of reasons I decided to stay in the north (Las Palmas) and bought 2 (+1) tours around the island to get better idea of different regions and places of importance. All of the tours were amazing: small groups, the routes were planned with great detail and knowledge of the island, they well-balanced nature, towns/villages and museums (!); stops to enjoy sights, have coffee or lunch were adequate; and equally important: the guides were fantastic! I have trully enjoyed their talking on all kind of topics related to local history, fauna, flora, geology, archeology, customs, legends, social specifics related to current life incl. "covid times" and impact on tourims (seeing empty hotels in Maspalomas), and the like. Excellent.

  • Gran Canaria: Customized Private Small-Group Tour

    2. Gran Canaria: Customized Private Small-Group Tour

    Our local and official guide will pick up your family or group at your hotel/address located on the island. It will depend on your wishes with how the itinerary is adapted for your desires, with full commentary about history, gastronomy like local wine or cheese and culture and museums always available for your selection. Gran Canaria is unique for its volcanic nature, mountains, vineyards and beaches, an eclectic array of scenery not to be missed. You will be part of a private tour with a maximum of 7 people, or you will also have the opportunity to choose a minibus if your group exceeds 8 passengers. The tour lasts about 8 hours, please inform previously of what you would like to include and what you would like to omit from the tour. There are normally two types of itineraries, combining culture, vineyards, mountains, which are placed at north and western areas. It is also possible ...

    My guide was Bruno. He was both knowledgeable and honest. I felt we really do two tours in one. I think the highlight for my husband was the coffee farm and winery. Mine was the visit to the town Teror. He mentioned he was married in the church there. Everywhere we went he had a connection. He was also able to answer related questions. All and all it was a good day.

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What people are saying about Las Palmas

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4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

This was my first visit to Gran Canaria, for number of reasons I decided to stay in the north (Las Palmas) and bought 2 (+1) tours around the island to get better idea of different regions and places of importance. All of the tours were amazing: small groups, the routes were planned with great detail and knowledge of the island, they well-balanced nature, towns/villages and museums (!); stops to enjoy sights, have coffee or lunch were adequate; and equally important: the guides were fantastic! I have trully enjoyed their talking on all kind of topics related to local history, fauna, flora, geology, archeology, customs, legends, social specifics related to current life incl. "covid times" and impact on tourims (seeing empty hotels in Maspalomas), and the like. Excellent.

Very nice trip with a good mix of culture and nature. One of the highlights was the visit to the cave where someone actually lives. The guide was very nice and helpful. You can ask him anything about Gran Canaria, from nature, history, politics or culture. Measures about Covid-19 are maintained very well. There is also sufficient distance in the car.

Beautiful overview of the different landscapes and points of interest in the south of the island. Many details given by our guide Bruno. We had a great day.

Great tour with a very dedicated and nice guide who you can tell the fun. Thank you Bruno!

Fran was really a good and nice guy. We visited some lovely places.