Guided Tour to La Gomera (Fred Olsen)

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Guided Tour to La Gomera (Fred Olsen)

From US$ 85.19 per person

Enjoy the breathtaking landscapes of La Gomera on this exclusive tour. Explore the island, visit some of the most beautiful villages, see Garajonay National Park, and attend a live demonstration of "Silbo Gomero": the only whistled language in the world.

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Duration 10 hours
Starting time 8:00 AM
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Pickup included
Pick-ups between 5:30am and 6:30am from Puerto de la Cruz, depending of the hotel of the client. Please indicate in which hotel you will be staying and you will be provided the nearest meeting point within the 24 hours after your booking. You will be sent the exact time and place you will be picked up by e-mail.
Wheelchair accessible


  • Discover the beautiful scenery of Hermigua Valley
  • Explore the Garajonay National Park
  • Taste a typical canarian lunch in Las Rosas
  • Enjoy a demonstration of the unique whistled language: el "Silbo Gomero"
  • Be stunned by the impressive landscapes of this volcanic island
Full description
Your first stop after getting off the ferry Fred Olsen is San Sebastián de La Gomera: capital of the island. From there you will ascend up to the mountains and to the viewpoint of Mirador de las Carboneras and the scenery of the Hermigua Valley. In the village of Hermigua you will visit a Gofio Windmill, where you can see typical flora and learn about the gastronomy of the Canary Islands. Then you will continue to the small village of Las Rosas, where you will make a stop to enjoy a typical canarian lunch and a live demonstration of the only whistled language in the world, declared Immaterial World Heritage by UNESCO: el "Silbo Gomero". After a dessert and, if you wish, a coffee, you will ascend to Garajonay National Park. You will discover Laguna Grande and its great surrounding environment. On the way to return to San Sebastián you will also admire the famous Degollada de Peraza: a volcanic and impressive viewpoint. In San Sebastián you will have some free time to visit La Torre del Conde (The Count's Tower), La Casa de Colón (Christopher Columbus’ House), the Asunción Church, and simply stroll around the capital, before returning to Tenerife by ferry. This tour requires identity documents, otherwise the access to the ferry could be denied.
  • Multilingual speaking guide
  • Air-conditioned bus
  • Lunch
  • Silbo Gomero demonstration
  • Ferry ticket
  • Garajonay National Park entrance
    COVID-19 precautions

    Customers must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    Traveler requirements
    • Customers are required to bring and wear masks
    • Customers will get a mandatory temperature check

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    4.3 / 5

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    • Transportation
      4.1 / 5
    • Value for money
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    Well worth the effort. For lunch there was also a vegetarian option. Consisting of soup in advance, lasagna and a dessert. You mainly sit on the bus, but the tour guide could tell interesting about the history and the environment, plants etc. Enough time for taking photos. We took the ferry from 17 30 back, so it can be useful to bring something to eat for the evening.

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    December 15, 2019

    Sehr netter und informativer Guide. Haben die Insel so gut es an einem Tag eben geht kennenlernen können. Gomera ist definitiv einen eigenen Urlaub wert. Besonders wenn man auf Landschaft wert legt. Die ist nämlich wirklich sehr abwechslungsreich und faszinierend. Gute Mittagspause mit leckerem Essen und Vorführung der Pfeifsprache „El Silbo“. Die Überfahrt mit der Fähre war angenehm und gut organisiert. Konnten sogar auf der Hinfahrt eine Gruppe Grindwale sehen. Ein empfehlenswerter Ausflug. Man muss aber früh aufstehen damit sich der Ausflug lohnt.

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    November 21, 2020


    The guide was great and shared exciting information about La Gomera with us throughout the tour. The tour itself was a bit boring - which may be due to the fact that we are usually used to self-drive trips / excursions. Nevertheless, it gave us a rough overview of this breathtaking island. Unfortunately, it did not appear from the description that we are traveling with a huge coach - which is not good for us on the one hand, but is also unsuitable on the streets of La Gomera. Lunch was the purest mass processing and actually quite terrible.

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    January 4, 2020

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