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Reserva Ambiental

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Avenida Grenamora 1 Hotel Sandos San Blas, 38639, San Miguel de Abona, Tenerife Spain
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Jan T wrote a review Dec 2019
Whitley, United Kingdom17 contributions17 helpful votes
This poorly advertised gem is booked at hotel Sandos San Blas on the boardwalk edge of San Blas resort. The natural reserve is like a mini Grand canyon, with great live commentary delivered through headsets, as actors took us back through time. The volcano shaped the land, then Tenerife Guanches lived there before conquering settlers moved in. Interactive experience is followed by a walk into the steep sided reserve. Raft trip across the reservoir feels like a film set. €15 for non hotel guests. Visit the hotel bar afterwards, great cocktails and a lovely setting.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from ambiental2sanblas, Tour guide at Reserva Ambiental
Responded Dec 2, 2019
Dear Jan T ; In the name of Reserva Ambiental San Blas we would like to express our many thanks for taking your time and writing a review about your experience here with us. We appreciate very much you to share your positive experience here with us and your recommendation of our guided tour to our potential guest. We promise to keep on working hard to maintain our guest´s satisfaction. We are looking forward to seeing you here in Reserva Ambiental San Blas again very soon.
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Mark nixon wrote a review Nov 2019
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom60 contributions34 helpful votes
We have stayed at the hotel san dos at san blas on four occasions now but never toured the nature reserve until this time and it was a great little tour and well worth the small price of 7.50 Euro per person,would recommend to any one but wear walking shoes or trainers
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from ambiental2sanblas, Tour guide at Reserva Ambiental
Responded Nov 15, 2019
Dear Marknico1972 ; First of all,we would like to thank you for taking your time to write a review about your experience here with us. We do sincerely appreciate your positive comments given to our guided visit inside the Nature Reserve San Blas. All our staff is looking forward to seeing you here soon.
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retepremhel wrote a review Nov 2019
Courtenay, Canada439 contributions133 helpful votes
so you think that you have seen nothing but black volcano landscape well think again where did all the sand come from ? also part of the formation of the island
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Albert_v_B wrote a review Jul 2019
Munich, Germany103 contributions55 helpful votes
The guided tour takes you through quite an amazing and perhaps somewhat surprising landscape with some "actors" helping to tell the story. The history behind this seems quite interesting and one could certainly spend more time studying it. As we didn't stay in the hotel which seems to own/manage this area, we felt a bit like outsiders. Either way, it seems advisable to book in advance - we couldn't get tickets for the day we first went there and then booked for a few days later: An English guided tour in the morning. I don't think it is possible to go on your own - this is only with a guide. It was €15 per adult. Everyone else turned up with trainers but since we were not advised of this, we turned up in sandals, which worked out fine in the end. Sunglasses and a hat might be a good idea on a hot day! The tour starts with a guided indoor exhibition and then a walk outside, including a short ride on a boat across a small lake. At the end there is another video exhibition telling more of the history of the island. This was definitely worth it. Tours are also available in German.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Orchardview2012 wrote a review May 2019
Cambridge, United Kingdom67 contributions28 helpful votes
Very informative guided walk, extraordinary experience tunnel and small museum. Quite a few surprises on the way (which I wont spoil) and very good guides. Never been anywhere quite like this so if you have any interest in geology/vulcanology or local ethnology it is well worth the time and entrance fee. As a resident of the San Blas Hotel which owns the site you get a reduced entrance fee for the tour and free access on your own to roam around. We went back a few days later to see some of the areas that were not covered on the tour which was also a good experience and the 'wash' from the planes creates some weird sound effects in the valley. Tracks there are less well marked with prickly cactus to contend with. The hotel also do a night tour to see the stars (for free) which we did but it was cloudy and our guide had some information on a laptop. Must be great with a less cloudy sky.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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