Tours / Activities

Jun 2nd, 2013 | By | Category: Tours / Activities

Gibraltar Tours and Activities

Do you think you’d like to see Gibraltars attractions up close and personal, but your’e not entirely certain that you want to navigate the area on your own?

Its not really necessary or you to do all the work with so many great tours and tour guides waiting to show you all the delights that Gibraltar holds.

There are tours and tour groups that will permit you to see nearly all that Gibraltar holds and in perfect friendly Gibraltar fashion, they can be found all across the Rock, offering you the chance to do or see nearly anything, at almost any time of the day or night.

Tours of the Rock itself can be had from some of the taxi drivers who are so well versed in navigating the array of one way streets that they can get you where you’d like to be in about half the time it would take you on your own. Most of the guides or drivers live in the area, and know it and its vagaries like the back of their own hand. Many of them can even tell you the names of the Gibraltar apes that you’re seeing and a little about their history.

Gibraltar Tours and ActivitiesTours of the Rock can take in anything and everything, from the Caves, where once a hospital was set up, to the Upper Rock where the Gibraltar Barbary Macaques make their home, to tours of the flora and fauna that will leave you incredulous. Species of plants and flowers that exist no where else on earth are on display for the traveler, pointed out by a local resident who knows exactly what to look for.

When in Gibraltar don’t confine yourself to the land tours. Among the most interesting and fun tours that you can take will be those that include the waterways as well. Whale watching is a big part of Gibraltars draw, while the dolphins will offer you endless amusement as they hunt and play in the area, many of them making it their year round home.

Finding your way around Gibraltar can be done on your own, but taking a tour not only makes the pathway easier, but affords you a glimpse of a side of Gibraltar that you might otherwise miss.


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