Tours and Tickets by Excursions Gran Canaria
Full Day Lazy Wednesdays from Las Palmas
Explore the island of Gran Canaria during this convenient full-day excursion which includes stops in Santa Brígida, the Pico de las Nieves, and more, ideal for travelers who want to make the most of limited time in the region. Don’t waste time on public transport; instead, benefit from comfortable air-conditioned transfers and the insight of your guide that you wouldn’t get if exploring alone.
North Gran Canaria Highlights Full-Day Tour from Las Palmas
Discover north Gran Canaria’s beautiful spots on a full-day tour from Las Palmas, without worrying about transportation. Enjoy the scenery from a coach, visit the towns of Teror and Arucas, swim at a fishing village and take a coffee plantation tour. Entrance tickets, coffee tasting, and live guided commentary are included for a complete, convenient experience.
8 hours 30 minutes
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rick_clark wrote a review Jul 2020
Ottawa, Canada35 contributions57 helpful votes
I went on the Lazy Wednesday tour of Gran Canaria in February. I booked it at the tourist information place in Santa Catalina park Las Palmas. I spent a week in Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) and this trip was easily the most fun, informative, and interesting thing I did. And it was inexpensive. Not only did we go to many scenic places (the whole island), but the tour guide Pavel is superb. He's well prepared so you don't waste your time - he took meal orders on the bus and phoned them in, and even served meals in the restaurant to speed things up. And he's really entertaining and informative, there are no times when you just sit on the bus and do nothing. The tour is in English and Spanish, and one smart thing he does is switch between them frequently so you're never waiting long for the English part (Spanish is not one of the languages I speak). There are frequent stops so you never spend a long time on the bus. The roads and buses are such that there's no way I could have done the trip by myself, and thankfully I didn't. Pavel should give tour guide lessons on how to do a great job, it's rare that one finds a guide of his talent. I also took a day tour of Tenerife, and although it wasn't bad, the guide wasn't nearly as good - he droned on and on in one language before switching and he seemed bored. It was a good contrast between the two day-trips. If you can only do one, take the Lazy Wednesday one. This tour is a bargain at double the price, you won't regret going.…
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Barlinda_12 wrote a review Apr 2020
Cuckfield, United Kingdom9 contributions9 helpful votes
Dimitri G wrote a review Mar 2020
If you want a nice combination of all things from sport to tasting food and coffee, than you on the right place
Date of experience: July 2019
DroitwichJo wrote a review Mar 2020
La Campana, Spain24 contributions8 helpful votes
Doreen W wrote a review Mar 2020
New Delhi, India3 contributions
Probably one of the best day tours I have been on both for the itinerary and the guide. Pavlo was amazing with his energy and knowledge while the towns and coffee plantation very interesting. Almost too much packed in a day as little time for a swim at the final,stop.