Gibraltar Rock Tours
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The majority of visitors arrive in Gibraltar via cruise liners, organised coach trips or via the land frontier. Most people therefore visit Gibraltar for the day and as such, time is precious. Gibraltar boasts of having lots to do and see and so it makes good sense to plan your visit carefully so that you may take full advantage of all that there is to offer.
There are also many shops on Main Street offering a wide range of electronic products, clothing, purfumes and other VAT free products – hence planning your day is a must.
There are a number of different ways of visiting the Upper Rock Nature Reserve and it is important that you compare the options available before making your choice.
The Rock Tour is by far the most comfortable and luxurious way to discover Gibraltar with your very own local personal tour guide. A person who can can share a wealth of local knowledge with you, the legends, the best sites and the best panoramic stops so that you may take a myriad of holiday photos to treasure for the rest of your life. All of our drivers are Licenced Guides and are approved by the Gibraltar Tourist Board.
We believe that happy clients will return, or at least will recommend our product to friends and family. This is extemely important to us.
We offer a range of standard tours although it is possible to personalise your tour so that you visit the sites that you are most interested in.
It is simply IMPOSSIBLE to see so much on your own. Walking to and within the Nature Reserve will take the best part of the day leaving precious little time to do anything else.
The Cable Car is another option to access the Nature Reserve but remember it will take time to get to the bottom station which is situated in the South District and once you get to the top station you will have to walk for approximately 2-3 hours in order to see the sites. The Cable Car does not offer personal guide to explain the history, sites and views. Remember that the temperature in summer can be in the region of 32- 36ºC making walking difficult and uncomfortable and even dangerous especially for the elderly and young children. Nevertheless if you do decide to walk please remember to take plenty of water and sun screen with you to avoid dehydration and sun burn.
The Official Rock Tour will take between 1½-3 hours to complete depending on your time constraints. Please contact us for more information.