• Location: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
  • Duration: 7 hours (approx.)
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Experience the nature of northern Gran Canaria on a Valley of Azuaje trek from Las Palmas. Ride a bus to the historical towns of Arucas and Firgas and enjoy a short walking tour in each. Then, descend into the Azuaje valley to hike along the verdant river ravine. Cross streams, use ropes to climb rocks, and absorb the tranquility and greenery. Round-trip bus transfers from central Las Palmas, coffee break, and professional guiding included.


  • Guided trekking tour in Valley of Azuaje from Las Palmas
  • Short walking tours of the historical towns of Arucas and Firgas
  • 5-mile (8-kilometer) trek along the floor of the Azuaje Valley
  • Hike the river gorge and enjoy the peace and lush vegetation
  • Clamber over two boulders using installed climbing ropes
  • Good level of fitness required
  • Round-trip bus transport from Las Palmas and break for coffee before or after hike included

What You Can Expect

Gran Canaria Valley of Azuaje Guided Trek

Inside the valley

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

A definite seal of approval! We participated in two guide tours organized by Pawel and both were awesome. The guide was highly professional and took care of any needs of the group. What to expect? Beautiful landscapes, adventurous though not tough passages, exciting and amusing historical anecdotes and sites, vibrant scents of rare herbs and plants...Add to that, a delicious tasting of coffee and cactus rum by the end and colourful photos on FB and you'll get the best day on Canary Islands. Downside: be aware some particularly nervous friends might unfriend you after they'll see your photos from the trip on FB .


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This was a good tour, with some variety. You visit two small towns then go for a 3 hour hike in the valley. Our guide Pavel was very friendly and courteous and knowledgeable. We had the coffee break at the end of the hike, not before as indicated in the description. Not a big deal, but make sure you bring some food to eat mid way through the hike. We started the hike at 11:45am and finished around 2:30pm. You stop at a small picnic area, but it's remote.. nothing to buy, so bring water and food on your own. And wear decent shoes, running shoes are fine, but shoes will slick bottoms will make some of the river crossing treacherous.

Lucy M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

We really enjoyed our tour of the towns and the hike through a beautiful canyon. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made it a fun day out. If you're thinking of booking this tour, I'd recommend that you have a good level of physical fitness and sensible walking boots or trainers as the hike involves some steep climbs!

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