JULIAN W United Kingdom
Good full day trip and was able to see most of the features on the northern part of the island
Suethomas63 United Kingdom
We enjoyed this tour but I don't think I would do it again, in April as we found the stepping stone,s at one place very hard to balance on , if you slipped off you would be standing in around a foot of water , not good if you have young children with you under 5
But saying that the tour information it self was very good I would recommend it if you've never been, but not for us oldies
Michael E United Kingdom
Excellent trip with very informative guide. Good lunch included.
Worth every penny. Full day out with visits to numerous places of interest, with visits to Omar Sharif's house which he lost in a card game, a trip to the highest point with views to die for, the Aloe Vera plantation, Jameos del Agua, a cave turned resort and the wonderful Cesar Manrique Foundation, as well as Lunch included and a very knowledgeable guide. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone who wants to see a great deal of the island in 1 day.
It is a very nice tour, quite comprehensive, presenting a large part of the island in a single day. It is good value for the money and genuinely interesting. I would definitely recommend it if you want to see as much as possible of the island but you only want to devote a limited time 1 day to visiting places. There is an optional lunch which I think was well worth the money, as well.
This is an amazing tour. It is a great guide to the extraordinary word of Manique as well as seeing fantastic views of the North of the island. Really comprehensive, excellent knowledgeable guide. Lunch was delicious, even the local wine was good. Highly recommended.
The North and south tour was wel organised and we saw all the things you need to see when you're in Lanzarote.
Great trip, would definitely recommend. Just a few tweaks needed to make it perfect. Firstly, a longer stop needed at the fantastic Lagomar, 30 minutes is just not enough. Less time needed at Jameos del Agua, not enough to see for the 1 hour stop. Don't bother with the lunch, the place is packed with tourist coaches and people, not a pleasant experience.
Totally worth the money! We saw most of the tourist attractions that are famous in a day, also visited the aloe farm. If you want to see the main attractions of the North in a day, then this is a good option. I was however, disappointed with lunch. No veg option really, so the money was a waste. Even for non-veg people, the food didn't look too appetizing. I would recommend you take some sandwiches.
Happy with the tour guide. Learned and saw a lot in one day. Comfortable coach ride. Easy pick up and drop off near our hotel.
Anthony R United Kingdom
I loved this tour, the guide was fantastic and fun. The driver was very good felt very safe. By going on this tour i was able to see lots of the area in such a short time, which as a photographer was great. Thank you
Great trip with interesting informative stops. Plenty of stops for a drink and loo if needed. Children enjoyed it but got a bit tired towards the end as it was almost 8hrs from pick up to drop off. Well worth going on this trip
A very enjoyable full day tour with a good variety of sights. The pick-up was a bit frustrating as we were one of the first to be picked up and it was more than an hour before the tour actually started due to the number and location of pick ups.
nice tour, lots to see. but we spent 90mins picking up other passengers before we even got started on the tour, including having to also change coaches before starting. Overall good though.
Splendid views and some hairy moments on hairpin turns. A strong emphasis on Cesar Manrique and his impact on the island. Would have liked more stops for photos. Guide was knowledgeable but spoke too quickly to keep up with what she was saying much of the time.
Fantastic value, great guide and driver, good itinerary despit ethe frequent opportunities to buy something; excellent lunch in the price; one critiscism, we were first picked up and last dropped off, a total of 2 and a half hours on the coach more than the last pick up/first drop off
Debz United Kingdom
Well worth doing to get a look at the Northern part of the Island
interesting and worth a look but the Travel through the ancient capital of Teguise village and learn about its history is a bit misleading as it didn't happen on the trip that said go on the Sunday market trip to Teguise instead it is well worth the effort.
Very orientated to César Manrique who is probably not that well known outside the canaries.
The foundation/house visit is the highlight of the trip but as its included on the Sunday market trip I would do that tour instead.
whilst the Tour is interesting it doesn't teach you much about the North end of the Island and its history just focusing on the artist so perhaps the Cesar Manrique tour would be a more honest name for the trip
For travellers with mobility issues there are a lot of steps so perhaps this could be reflected in the description.
Similar trips on Fuerteventura and Tenerife have shown more about local history and people's lives
that said the guide was very knowledgeable on the artist and the sites visited and very helpful.
Overall a bit disappointed
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