- Activity duration: 9 hours
- Available languages: Español/English
- Meal included
- Drink included
- Use solar protection
- Footwear required
- Transport included
- Guided visit included
Some people say that the Aboriginal inhabitants of the Canary Islands were ignored in the maps. The past of these islands that survived at the mercy of Atlantic currents lays under a veil of secrecy. The first inhabitants of this archipelago worshipped the deity Acorán. They were farmers, stockbreeders and fishermen and ate a barley-based diet. They used to roast and grind the grains in order to make gofio, a sort of flour which was the main staple of their diet and which they mixed with broad beans and wheat.
Join this tour and follow the path of the Aboriginal inhabitants that used to live in the area. In Temisas, Agüimes, you will visit a barn dug in the mountain to learn what they used to eat. You will take part in a sun worship rite held in the language they spoke and milk, gofio and honey are used to toast. The cherry on top is the Fortaleza, a natural fortress, in Caldera Las Tirajanas, on of the most important archeological sites in the Canary Islands.
The tour includes a local meal at a Donkey Sanctuary.
Pick up and dop off places:
Puerto de Mogán: Hotel Puerto de Mogán.
Arguineguín: Flea market (rastro) parking.
Playa del Inglés: Faro 2 Shopping Centre / Hotel Parque Tropical.