An extraordinary adventure in Gran Canaria for 3 hours, stopping at places of geographical and historical interest in the spectacular nature reserve of Fataga Valley.
The geographical expedition with view from Degollada lookout, 480 meters above sea level, where you can see (on one site) spectacular views of Maspalomas (and on the other) the stunning Fataga valley and volcanic structures.
Five kilometers through incredible basalt hills and valleys of palm trees, the expedition to the village Arteara, one of the first settlements of the Canarian aborigines, which is about 2,500 years old. Today it is a real haven of peace, because over time, the town has transformed into a small village of nine houses, where about 30 people live, they finace their life with plantations of mangoes, papayas, oranges, figs, guavas avocados and lemons.
Then and now houses the Camel Park in Fataga baby camels and other animals (donkeys, goats, peacocks, etc.), which are raised by the park, it also includes a number of different species of birds.
After the camel safari through the valley of the 1000 palms is still time to stroll through the park, relax and let us take pictures with the camels.
The price includes:
Pick up at hotel in areas of Maspalomas, Meloneras, Playa del Ingles and San Agustin. (For other locations, please ask)
Exclusive groups with a mini-bus (max 8 people).
Camel Safari of an hour through the valley of 1,000 palm trees.
Meeting with baby camels and other animals in the park
Guide / driver
Insurance and taxes
pick up: tuesday, thursday, saturday only froon Maspalomas zone ..call: 0034 928 798680 or movil 0034650951765 - WhatsApp