Embark on a half-day 4WD adventure in Sierra Nevada National Park that’s tailor-made to provide the most spectacular views of snow-capped peaks, white mountain villages and Mediterranean forests. Access remote and less-visited sections of the park, and enjoy a drink at an alpine restaurant while soaking up panoramic vistas.
Half-day 4WD tour of Sierra Nevada National Park from Granada
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Sip a drink at a mountain restaurant with panoramic views of Spain's highest peak
Ernest was a very friendly and knowledgable tour guide. He knows his wildlife and animals and history of the Sierra Nevada. The views are spectacular. I was hoping that we would go up to 3500 metres but went up to 2500 meters. Definitely worth the money when you get to see Mother Nature that close up.
This tour was definitely the highlight of my trip to Granada! Jaime is so enthusiastic and caring that it's impossible not to have a great time. The Sierra Nevada is breathtaking but exploring it in a 4wd takes it to another level.
It's worth every penny!
Very different type of tour... we are from the Himalayan foothills...so to please us in this tour was difficult...but the guide was amazing with all the details and the presentation, the sunset and the dinner with drinks... he was the major difference in us falling in love with Sierra Nevada... will definitely come back again in some winter
Initially I wasn't sure of the trip very much to be honest...but our guide made our day.. he was so so so great in all aspects...he gave enough time explaining about all the details... showed us an enchanting sunset just in time and even gave us free snacks along with drinks (snacks wasn't included in the trip though)... a must do once in Granada...would love to do it again in some winter
Took my Dad to Granada for his 60th, with wife and young kids too. This trip was probably the best part of the holiday (the Alhambra was amazing too of course).
We went in the off road van, which had air con and was very comfortable for all. The road up was pretty exciting and we felt really safe because the driver was careful and the van is powerful with off road tyres/suspension. It did get a bit bumpy at times during the off road shortcuts, but it was all good fun.
The drive up was really fun, with lots of stops to get out and explore, climb on rocks, dip our feet in the river, walk and take in the beautiful scenery. We stopped at a restaurant at the top, which served surprisingly excellent food.
The driver, Michael, was very nice and knowledgeable. My Dad especially enjoyed discussing every last detail about the towns, villages, agriculture, wildlife etc. But we all appreciated the chance to learn.
I would recommend this to anyone.