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Reviewed October 9, 2018 via mobile

I booked the salou safari online .The driver was great spoke English.Had to change my original day so could do safari with 5 people.They used a Volvo 4 wheel drive more of a road car.so was quite cramped for the family that went with us.Veiws where fantastic.But car kept going into limp home mode loosing engine power.Which was dangerous to stop on the small winding roads.This happened more than 20 times.Not really worth the money as others do this tour for 49euros I paid with food included.Did not mind no food if vehicle was good.But was worried we may not even get back to our hotel.no matter how careful the driver went the car went into limp home at the sight of any hill. Also if you take this tour wear good shoes and if not good on your feet don't go on this tour as you are taken along small rocky paths on foot which can be slippery.Not mentioned when booking.Sight are the best but transport leaves a lot to be desired

Stephen uk

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank STEPHEN G
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

The jeeps were good on time ,a small trip to pic up the other jeeps and a small briefing.And then on the the road...for a very long time.Some stops at nice panoramas.And the again normal road to the mountain area,with some nice small villages.The food was nice ,but not one glass of wine was allowed,wich is a bit sad.
Then again ntoo much normal road a wee bit offroad and a stop in an nice very old town,a bit later a too short swim.As a group I wanted more offroad,waterfalls where dry,I m sorry to say we had better.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Geert V
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Reviewed August 22, 2018 via mobile

We paid £266 for 5 of us to go to the villages and waterfalls. After reading the reviews we couldn't wait.
We asked for an English trip. The first words the guy said when picking us up was I don't speak much English!. When getting into the jeep we were told not to stand on the step to get in as it was being held up by rope! We sat in the jeep listening to the Spanish radio. No conversation at all. We paid to hear the history of the area not to listen to the radio. We went to a building was told to have a look we have no idea why we were there what the building meant nothing. After the waterfall we went to a village again no communication. The guy really tried with Google translate but if we had known we would not have booked this trip. We feel it was a total waste of money. We are totally gutted at this experience

Date of experience: August 2018
2  Thank R0b123
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Reviewed May 23, 2018 via mobile

Had a fantastic day with all the thrills you would expect and then some . Our driver jimmy was hilarious from start to finish and also informative . Any one would be proud to have him as a staff member. Well done and thankyou from the Brazil family .

Date of experience: May 2018
4  Thank Sharon B
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Reviewed May 15, 2016 via mobile

Picked up from hotel, travelled to a village and visited a church from 17th century. We had a coffee in a small cafe and then headed up the mountains to some beautiful waterfalls. Highly recommend taking decent footwear as we only had flip flops and didn't know we would be climbing rocks. We then went to a village for our lunch and sat in the sun. We then visited the smallest village with only 52 people in and spectacular views. After this we travelled to a filtered fresh water lake. We then got dropped off at our hotel with our bottle of wine. Great guy who took us on our tour

Date of experience: May 2016
7  Thank michaelhQ4132VF
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