They are keenly aware of the importance and relevance of the various landscapes you will come across at each step of the way. And as you walk along the routes, they will allow you to enjoy and appreciate La Gomera’s most important features while sparking your curiosity with numerous details that may otherwise have gone unnoticed.
They offer a variety of options, including routes that give a more general view of La Gomera, routes that run from one side of the island to the other, routes that reveal historic quarters or themed routes that invite you to touch, sense, enjoy and be moved by the island’s most intimate features.
These professionals ensure compliance with the regulations that protect the island’s natural spaces, and many of them design the routes in tandem with the team from the Garajonay National Park.
For the above reasons, we thoroughly recommend that you walk the routes in the company of professional guides, whether you are a first-time visitor keen to learn about La Gomera or a traveler looking to experience the nature, culture and history of this wonderful island in greater depth.
The Garajonay National Park also offers free guided tours, in Spanish, for the general public. These are held every Friday throughout the year, and every Wednesday during July, August and September. You can book your place at: