Camine por El Caminito del Rey por el Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, en esta excursión de 8 horas desde Málaga. Se dirigirá hacia la campiña de Andalucía para una caminata guiada a lo largo de la pasarela colgante y el acantilado, suspendido a unos 100 metros (328 pies) sobre el río, mientras se deleita con la vista de las aves. El camino de aproximadamente 3,2 metros (1 pies) de ancho dura aproximadamente 3 km (1,8 millas). Precio de la entrada y transporte en autobús desde Málaga.
Buena guía. Experimentada y agradable. Adecuado autobús, bien conducido y buenos tiempos y bien repartidos en el viaje. Me sobró la típica paradita para degustación y, si acaso, comprar algo. Prescindible cuando vas a lo que vas. Me sobró también el cestillo de propinas al salir del bus. Se nota que se aprovecha en lo que se pueda la cultura anglosajona de la propina.Sobre el Caminito, ha sido agradable recorrerlo. Lo puede hacer, y de hecho lo hacen, personas de cualquier edad, salvo niños. No hay vértigo ni sensación de peligro. Se hace algo cortito pero es lo que es. Me gustó hacerlo.
A great trip.Had 3 full hours walking the trail,then lunch near Alora [not included]Guide was very knowledgable and multi-lingual.Tasting session at restaurant was very poor,really and just a ploy to get us into the restaurant.
Before I joined the tour I read a few reviews that mentioned how disgruntled they were about the pick up time and the time it took to get everyone on the bus. I was prepared for this but the tour I joined was precise, on time , and just 1 stop for us in the El Corte Ingleis/Caixa Bank area of Avinida Andulusia so I was pleasantly surprised. The tour went smoothly and the other people in the group were cooperative and relaxed. The walk itself through the National Park and the Caminito del Rey was easy and very enjoyable, the scenery was simply breathtaking. No words! (Sin palabra) I was so in awe of the natural beauty that I forgot all about the height and "danger" I was feeling before I went. The place is well organised and truly, it is a must-do in Malaga and it is not dangerous at all. Highly recommended. Disfrutar!
The hike itself was amazing but it only lasted two hours when advertised as 2.5-3 hours. It was beautiful but felt very rushed and didn't have enough time on the trail. 3.5 hours of the 8 hours was on a bus. The hour stop at a local restaurant was very nice. Overall a good experience but may have reconsidered if we had known that more than half of the 8 hours was travel due to out of the way stops on the way home to let people off the bus.
This was a most amazing tour. Our wonderful guide Danny, and driver, Pedro, made it very special day. Everything went as planned, from the pick up to the drop off. Of course the actual hike was beyond my expectation! It was indeed dramatic, exciting, and an adventure to be remembered.
This is an amazing scenic experience. Walk took 3 hours to get through but little climbing and very enjoyable. The negative, however, detracted from the trip itself and would make me find a different tour company than Julia tours. We had a pick up time of 6:30AM. Pitch black out at the meeting point and no coffee available. We then drove south away from our destination and spent 1 1/2 hours picking folks up from various stops. We then headed to Cominito Del Rey and arrived at 10:00. The place was really only 1.15 hours away from our beginning! Skip this tour and go with a smaller group that leaves from one point and grab some coffee first!