If you are interested in guided tours in Gran Canaria with an official guide, we recommend you Trip Gran Canaria. Why? Because they are knowledgeable professionals of the island. Also, as they offer quality service, do not look for low cost tours with them. So that, you will have to pay a bit, but keep reading, we have a special discount for you!
Guided tours in Gran Canaria
Trip Gran Canaria offers a wide range of excursions and routes to see the most important parts of the island. The tours are in Spanish and English. In addition, readers of Local Guide Gran Canaria have a 5% discount on all routes with the code LOCALGUIDE. Book through your website tripgrancanaria.com and benefit from a better price. Their most outstanding tours are:
–Route Southern treasures of Gran Canaria. Includes visit to Guayadeque, Maspalomas and Puerto de Mogán
-Guided visit to the old town of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Vegueta, and Christopher Columbus
-Northern villages and landscapes of Gran Canaria. Visit to Guía, Firgas, Arucas and Agaete.
-Tour to Bandama, Cumbres and Roque Nublo. Route around Bandama, San Mateo, Roque Nublo and Teror.
-Exclusive private tour wineries of Gran Canaria (on request)
Bookings and discount
Finally, remember that if you want to benefit from a 5% discount to book any of the previous guided tours in Gran Canaria, you can use our code LOCALGUIDE. You only have to visit the web tripgrancanaria.com and, finally, choose your excursion. Keep in mind that not all excursions take place every day and there is no discount in their experiences (only tours). Click on the route that interests you so you do not miss it and book that day within your vacation!
Finally, if the rest of the days during your holidays you want to go on your own, keep in mind that in our section of Local Guides of Gran Canaria you have a wide range of itineraries per day, restaurants, beaches, etc. so you can get to know the most authentic side of the island at your own pace and on your own. An opportunity to discover the less touristy places of the island without having to look for information here and there, do you join our club of localguiders?