- Available languages: Español/English/Italiano
- Use solar protection
- Footwear required
- Guided visit included
This is a private experience.
The guide only accepts one booking per day.
The activity depends on weather conditions. The customer and the guide might agree on changing the route or postponing it.
Transport is not included.
Length: 8 hours, loop hike. / Difficulty: average-high. / Distance: 13 km. / Positive slope: 1,065. / Negative slope: 1,605.
Tamadaba massif is a giant rock placed in the northeastern area of Gran Canaria at more than 1,400 meters above sea level. It was added to the list of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Here you can see Canary pine forests, soaring cliffs and a high biodiversity in the ravines. Join me and get to know this stunning natural park. The starting point of the route is San Pedro, a small village inside Agaete valley, and it ends in La Palmita.
Leave behind the things you do not need. Breath the aromas of the path. Embrace a tree, listen to the sounds of nature and let yourself fuse with it. This hiking activity offers you an alternative way to enjoy your trip with conscience and connect with your inner self. Experience the amazing feeling of being part of the environment on an island which will play the main role in your story.
It is required: hiking shoes, water, snack, piece of fruit and a mobile phone.
Turist Intermediation Code I-0003963.1
Registration - tourism code TA-1-0007801.36
Claim forms are available to customers