Visit the island of La Gomera on a day trip from southern Tenerife, and experience its sights, culture and food with a local guide! A haven of peace with dramatic terrain, the island is often considered as the gem of the Canarian archipelago. Discover landmarks such as Columbus House in the capital of San Sebastian, ogle the views from Mirador de Las Carboneras, enjoy a 2-course lunch in a quaint village, and then watch a ‘silbo gomero’ (local whistling language) demonstration.
• 10.5 hours
Tread in the footsteps of Christopher Columbus during this full-day excursion to La Gomera from Tenerife. A picturesque Canary island, La Gomera was the last stop for Columbus before his departure for the New World. Follow a guide around the island’s scenic attractions including Garajonay National Park, the El Cedro forest, and the island’s capital, San Sebastian. Feast on a delicious lunch during the trip and enjoy roundtrip transportation from your hotel.
• 12 hours
Discover the treasures and most important places in La Gomera thanks to this VIP route starting in the South of Tenerife).We have organized a superb route on our mini-vans capacity only 9 persons each one in the neighboring island of La Gomera. We start in the South of Tenerife and travel to La Gomera by ferry in first class with all amenities and that also includes a free buffet and free drinks.
• 8 hours
Our motto for today: Bananas & Beach. We start in the middle of the banana fields in Hermigua, in the presumably “healthiest climate worldwide” and get to know lots of interesting facts about the banana industry on La Gomera. From here we hike up to the mountain ridge of Los Montes and enjoy the views of the wide green valley while we hike on a ridge path. After the break we continue our way, passing old houses and terraces, until we reach the beach of La Caleta. There our hike ends at the beach bar; if the weather is good, we can refresh during a bathing break.
• 7.5 hours
Together we explore the island by bus and thereby discover the most important landmarks of La Gomera. After a first stop at the Mirador de Palmarejo, the restaurant designed by César Manrique, we drive to the potterers of El Cercado, whom we’ll look over the shoulder. On we go via Chipude into the national park with direction to Hermigua. On our way we’ll take a short walk, afterwards we drive to the village of Agulo, the „Bombón de La Gomera“, situated on a plateau. On we go to the visitors’ centre of the island, where we have lunch together. Then we drive to the “holy” springs of Epina via Vallehermoso. A day full of impressions and contrasts ends with our return to Valle Gran Rey.
• 7.5 hours