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Upper Rock Nature Reserve

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Upper Rock Nature Reserve

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Exploring Gibraltar without a guide may mean missing sights or details essential to the British Overseas Territory's history and significance. See the landmarks with ease on this tour, with a guide to provide important background. Meet the Barbary macaques on the Rock, take in St. Michael’s Cave and Europa Point, and upgrade to visit the World War II tunnels, the secret military base built by the British in 1940.
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We walked up the Rock which is a little precarious in places if you are not good on your feet however, we thought it was a brilliant way to see things. You can take your time and enjoy the views, we went up to the top where the monkeys are located. They don't care if you are
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Absolute brilliant but would be better if you could buy each individual attraction separately.Be careful of the apes listen to what you are told and you will love it.
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If we consider the place itself it is definitely a beautiful place with important biodiversity that should be preserved. And that is probably the reason to give it the name "nature reserve". However, I wonder what is exactly being preserved and protected there. Walking up and
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Best to do this by foot, it takes a full day to see everything so start early. Make sure you have food and water, there are few places to stop. There are some toilets as you are walking by some of the attractions. Keep an eye open for the Apes.
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It is easy to come to the upper station of the Gibraltar rock by cable car. From here starts the most of paths over the rock. Do plan carefully which part of the rock you wish to see and which path you want to go, because most of the paths goes down from here, and it is not
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