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$28.67 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Sendaviva Park Entrance Tickets

Visit: SendavivaThe park is divided into four zones , People and Fair , open from 11:00 to 23:00 ,Where all its attractions do open simultaneously, Tirolina Lake , Bumper Boats , Games , Haunted Mansion , Sledge, crabs , Diamonds , riding, Mini Whipped , and farm and open from 12:00 to 21:00 Forest open all its attractions simultaneously, Freefall , Formula Viva, Mini Rallie , Great Tirolina .... Shows, At Day 3 , Circus , Raptors and Night show . ( Check times of the day) . Description of interactive activities with animals all day , check schedules at the box office Thereof .

$67.67 Transfers & Ground Transport

Pamplona Airport (PNA) Private Transfer

HighlightsAvoid the torment of waiting for taxis by opting for this affordable airport transfer. A skilled driver will be waiting for you at the airport, with a name sign in the arrivals hall, and will help with your luggage and guide you to your premium airport transfer. It is recommended to give your flight number in advance, so your driver will arrive once you do. If there happens to be a delay in your flight, your driver will be waiting until you arrive safely at no extra fee. All drivers have excellent experience and a wealth of knowledge of Pamplona. So if you have any questions, simply ask. Whether you’d prefer music, talking or simply snoozing after a long journey, your driver will get you to the right destination.  IncludesAirport Pickup:  Directly from the gate, if flight number is provided in advance, with a name card for up to 3 peopleTaxesWaiting time for flight delays, if flight number is provided in advanceChild car seatsIncludes flight trackingluggage (1 suitcase per person travelling allocated)What’s Not IncludedIrregular luggage (e.g. skis, snowboard)Additional stopsWait time longer than 15 minutes (not for airport pick-ups, driver will wait until 60 minutes after landing time)

$182.20 Cultural & Theme Tours

Haro Wine Fight - Batalla del Vino

Day 1 - 28th of JuneCheck into camp, tour briefing, welcome BBQ and partyOwn arrangements to Haro. Check into PP Travel's base at the campsite which is about a 20 minute walk from where the Haro bus station is located about 15 minutes from the Haro train station. Upon check in our experienced staff will go over the tour details with you and explain what is to happen over the next couple of days. You'll be given a full run down on what to expect at the wine fight and this evenings pre-party so you can get the most out of this amazing event and get right into the heart of the action the following day.At 5pm this evening the BBQ will fire up to kick off the welcome party (sangria/beer included). We'll have some groovy tunes playing and it'll be a great opportunity to meet other passengers and make new friends.After the welcome BBQ at around 8pm we'll head into the old town of Haro for the massive pre-party that goes all night in the town square. There is live music, bars, thousands of people and a magnificent atmosphere.Day 2 - 29th of JuneBatalla Del Vino - Haro Wine Fight - Brunch and Haro after partyAfter catching a few hours sleep - or perhaps none as the Haro street party runs all night - virtually the entire population of Haro at dawn makes the short trek to the fight venue, a local park/scenic lookout at a nearby mountain range. Free local bus shuttles run from besides our campground to fight venue, approximately 5km from town. Then the fun begins.The 29th is the day of the patron saint San Pedro - a massive day for the townsfolk of Haro. It officially kicks off with a procession led by the town's mayor, on horseback, to the Cliffs of Bilibio, where a mass is celebrated followed by the crazy morning wine free-for-all. Hundreds of thousands of litres of wine are brought in from local vineyards. It's complete carnage as the entire crowd attempts to cover each other in wine using their hands, water pistols, buckets, balloons and basically any vessel they can find. Wine soaked bands continue playing lively Spanish music as the fun-filled crowd continues to soak each other. The atmosphere is electric.Late morning most drift back to town (free shuttle buses operate) to either continue the celebrations at the Plaza de la Paz or have a much-needed siesta.Back at the campground we offer a hot brunch. Then have a much-needed shower, enjoy a swim and perhaps a well-earned afternoon rest before heading back into town for another night of street partying.Day 3 - 30th of JuneDeparture dayCheck out of your tent by 11am, say goodbye to new friends and we hope to see you again soon (perhaps at San Fermin in Pamplona).Flights to Bilbao, Zaragoza, Pamplona or San Sebastian. The best location to fly to with the quickest transfer (bus and train) to Haro is Bilbao.

$137.62 Outdoor Activities

Running of the Bulls Overnight Camping Package Inc Breakfast and Dinner

Are you ready to have an exhilarating and crazy time at The Running of the Bulls? The Running of the Bulls festival officially starts on the 6th July and runs through until the 14th July with daily Bull runs and nightly street parties. San Fermin is so much more than just the wonderful terror that is the Pamplona bull run… it is one of the world’s biggest street parties – day and night you can drink and dance and smooch in the streets. And there are cultural events every day, so you can do something nice and really justify going on a massive rampage during the night.4th – 5th JulyStoke campsite opens for business! The rest of the day you have free time for optional activities. Stoke Suggestion: Chill by the pool, enjoy a cold beer or ten or check out central Pamplona. Dinner is served nightly and there will be a massive campsite party as always.6th JulyFrom 9am, there will be guides to take to you to Pamplona for the opening ceremony.At 12pm, the opening ceremony, or ‘El Chupinazo’, takes place in the main square. A rocket is fired to signal the start of the festival. Return that evening for included dinner or enjoy the festivities in town. There’ll be a huge fireworks display tonight and every other night of San Fermines.7th – 9th July5am – An early morning for all the bull runners, who head into town to take part in the first run, or ‘encierro’. You must be in the run by 7am to secure a spot in the madness. This is always the biggest (and most dangerous) run.8am – 4pm – Hot breakfast at camp9am – 10pm – Free time to check out Pamplona jump on our our walking tours or hang out in our town bar downing unlimited beer and sangria, making new friends, playing the best drinking games and dancing your socks off.8pm – 10pm Dinner at campsite11pm – See more fireworks or head into town for endless fiestas10th – 14th July8am – 4pm Hot breakfast9am – 10pm – Join the locals celebrating in town, try some Spanish food and catch some brass bands parading around town. Have a siesta in the shade somewhere because you will probably be dancing and drinking all night later on.8 – 10pm Dinner at campsiteAt 00:00 on 14th July the festival ends. The closing ceremony is called Pobre de Mí and is signalled by a rocket being fired at the strike of midnight; this is when your pañuelo is removed and San Fermines winds down for another year. And when we say winds down, we mean goes out with a bang as the whole city parties for one more night.

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