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Jeep Safari in Gran Canaria

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 Approximate duration
6 hours


About this Jeep Safari excursion in Gran Canaria

Do you fancy delving deep into Gran Canaria’s wildest side? On our jeep tour you’ll discover its most alluring volcanic landscapes, find out how its ancient inhabitants used to live, drive through stunning villages and end the day with impressive views of Maspalomas Dunes. It’s the perfect activity for couples, families or groups of friends. Our vehicles give you the perfect balance between adventure and comfort, and will put a smile on everyone’s faces. And it’s a great way to discover the area without getting overtired.

Untamed Gran Canaria

Our Jeep Safari in Gran Canaria starts at Playa del Inglés, where the caravan sets off for La Sorrueda Viewpoint, passing along Tirajana Gorge. The views of the reservoir are magnificent and will give you a great set of photos. Then we’ll stop at Ansite Fortress, an archaeological site that transports visitors to pre-Spanish conquest Gran Canaria and has numerous signs of the indigenous people’s way of life. It’s like travelling through time. Next, we’ll head to Santa Lucía, a small farming paradise set amid the slopes of Las Tirajanas before stopping in San Bartolomé. You’ll be accompanied by our guides throughout the journey who will share interesting information about each place. After charging your batteries, the adventure continues to Mil Palmeras Gorge, the historic centre of Fataga and Las Moscas Viewpoint. This last stop gives you a spectacular view of Maspalomas Dunes, the perfect end to your trip. From here we’ll return to the start point to end the excursion.

Full itinerary of our Jeep Safari in Gran Canaria excursion

Departure from Playa del Inglés | Tirajana Ravine | La Sorrueda Dam | La Fortaleza de Ansite | Santa Lucía | San Bartolomé de Tirajana | Valle de Las Mil Palmeras | Fataga | Las Moscas Viewpoint | Maspalomas Dunes.

Main features...
  • 6-hour jeep excursion through south-eastern Gran Canaria
  • Immerse yourself in the island’s most dramatic landscapes, its indigenous past and most enchanting villages
  • Small groups: maximum of 6 passengers (+ driver) per Jeep. The vehicle travels in a caravan of several Jeeps. 
  • Cancellations without charge: full refund up to 24-hours in advance
What's included...
  • Stops at La Sorrueda Dam, La Fortaleza de Ansite, Santa Lucía de Tirajana, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Valle de las Mil Palmeras, Fataga, Las Moscas Viewpoint and Maspalomas Dunes
  • One driver per vehicle
  • Explanations in your language
  • Four-wheel drive Jeep
  • Civil liability insurance

What's not included...
  • Pick up at the hotel
  • Lunch
  • Camel ride


Departure from Playa del Ingles
Every day
What's included...
  • Stops at La Sorrueda Dam, La Fortaleza de Ansite, Santa Lucía de Tirajana, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Valle de las Mil Palmeras, Fataga, Las Moscas Viewpoint and Maspalomas
  • One driver per vehicle
  • Explanations in your language
  • Four wheel drive jeep
  • Civil liability Insurance
What's not included...
  • Pick up at the hotel
  • Lunch
  • Camel ride

+ Information

  • Activity duration: approximately 6 hours
  • Available languages: Spanish, English, German, French 
  • Days available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday according to demand
  • Schedule: 9.00am to 3.00pm (approx.)
  • If you’re booking less than 24 hours before the date of your planned excursion we recommend ringing (+34) 659 971 974 to check availability because our capacity is limited and sometimes it’s not possible to make last minute changes.
  • Transport in caravan of Jeeps
  • Confirmation: instant
  • Point of departure: Playa del Inglés.
  • Booking confirmation: printed and digital versions accepted
  • Children admitted: 4 - 11-year-olds
  • Cancellation: full refund up to 24-hours in advance
  • Date change: free of charge up to 24-hours in advance
  • Recommendations: Bring water and something to eat in your rucksack as a snack during the excursion. We also recommend that you bring a coat, comfortable shoes, a hat and sunscreen.

La Sorrueda Dam

A beautiful viewpoint with something different. Maybe it’s the views of the Sorrueda palm tree groves, its solitary air or its sense of peace. It’s a magical place – you’ll see!

Ansite Fortress

The best place to get a sense of the area’s landscape. This ancient settlement of indigenous Canary Islanders will help you to understand our ancestors’ way of life. Your imagination will run wild.

Santa Lucía de Tirajana
A lively town close to the sea with a beautiful, timeless historic centre. Santa Lucía church is certain to catch your eye. It’s the perfect place for unhurriedly strolling the streets.

San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Another charming village in Gran Canaria in a municipality that runs from the mountains to the sea. Narrow streets, fields, archaeological sites and Maspalomas beach. What more could you ask for?!

Mil Palmeras Valley

A natural space with a surprising contrast between the arid setting, the precipitous mountains and the eye-catching—and unexpected—number of palm trees.

Cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, windows with flowers... The perfect example of typical Canarian architecture and the peaceful, rural way of life in this area.

Las Moscas Viewpoint
A viewpoint with an idyllic panorama of Maspalomas Dunes. Natural beauty in its purest state.

Maspalomas Dunes
The finishing touch to the excursion is a view of Maspalomas Dunes. An incredible landscape next to the sea that you’ll remember forever.

Where to find us


What type of vehicle is used?

A four-wheel drive ATV. If the excursion includes travel between two islands, the journey will be made by ferry and you will return the same day.

Are the groups small?

Yes, the Jeep has a maximum of 7 passenger seats, driver included. The excursion consists of a caravan of Jeeps.

Where is the excursion departure point?

The activity starts on the island of the excursion. It does not include transport from another island in the Canary Islands archipelago. The meeting point is stated in the activity description.