La Gomera, Spain
Walking in Garajonay National Park
GBP37.0 Per Person
Approximately 4.00 hours.
After a short stop at Agando rock to enjoy the splendid view down towards the valley of Benchijigua, you’ll arrive in the heart of Garajonay National Park. This intense subtropical forest is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, including ancient laurel trees, and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. Your walk will take you to the highest point of La Gomera, El Alto de Garajonay, at 1,487m above sea level. This is a privileged opportunity to see species that have almost completely disappeared elsewhere, including the tree heather, which can grow up to 20m tall.