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There were 8 jeeps on our trip, and agreed with other review writers to purchase the bandana for 3 euros, it was really dusty during the 'off road' parts. Views were amazing, staff were really enthusiastic. Obligatory photo shoot, camel rides available during a stop,...More
We didn’t really know what to expect at first as we wound our way ever upwards into the interior of the island. As we approached the highest points of the island (or so it felt) we turned off road to our first stop at the...More
Did the jeep safari and had a wonderful day. There were 8 jeeps out and think we got lucky with our guide. He was up for a laugh and spoke with all of us. May not have had much local knowledge but told good funny...More
What a great day out. Spent the day in convoy with 4 other jeeps charging around the roads and tracks of Gran Canaria. Got to see parts off the Island we would not otherwise have seen with some beautiful scenery. With stops at a view...More
We were staying in an apartment so booked the trip through getyourguide who we've used in other places. Picked up at 8:30 in central Puerto Rico and taken to the meeting point, there you have a chance to buy a bandana and at €3 it...More
...in, to us, an unknown part of Gran Canaria where you could not fail to be impressed by both the green surroundings and the beautiful, unspoilt villages you will visit. Our host for the day was Alan, and he was very helpful and informative and...More
Just been on the jeep safari trip and I can say this has been a highlight of the holiday so far - our driver Steve told us loads about the island as we drove and he was a fun great driver especially off road ;)...More
I read kotewala1 and Jane m comments, I thought to start I was n a different tip, turns out that I was on the same trip. There was, as far as I remember it 8 stops photo stops and a couple of toilet breaks, most...More
Visit to Fataga village and then Allo Vera Plantation by Mini Bus. Crammed into Mini Bus, Very costly. Meal was Fish and Chips, with a cheap beer and lousy service. No time for Pics, No time to see anything. You have to pay for a...More
We booked this with our tour rep but most hotels have leaflets and telephone numbers to book this direct. We left around half eight but this could vary per hotel as pick ups were done from many. Cost was about £35 each if I... More
We booked this with our tour rep but most hotels have leaflets and telephone numbers to book this direct. We left around half eight but this could vary per hotel as pick ups were done from many. Cost was about £35 each if I remember right and no camel riding was involved. All done by small mini buses. Can be cooler in the mountains so take layers.
Response from 1959Stewart | Reviewed this property |
I don't know about your hotel specifically but I was picked up from my hotel and driven to a meeting point with several others from different hotels. We then were told of the route and various stopping points and such.