Gran Canaria Buggy Safary - 100% offroad
Enjoy a magnificent day with a buggy excursion in Gran Canaria. For 2 hours you’ll enjoy driving and be reparer to experience one of the most cherished moments of your stay on the island.
You need no experience, just a desire to have a good time.
Have fun on this buggy safari alone or with friends. If two people go in one buggy and both have a driver’s license, you can take turns driving so that both of you can enjoy the adrenaline and fun of driving these vehicles. If your companion can’t drive, don’t worry; they will enjoy the same sensations as you.
For security reasons and in order to give personalized treatment to our clients, we set out in groups of no more than 10 buggies.
We will pick you up for free in Maspalomas, Playa del Inglés, Puerto Rico and any other area in southern Gran Canaria.
In our buggy excursions, more than 100% of the route is off road, along dirt and gravel roads, which makes the drive even more fun.
Thanks to the design and characteristics of our buggy, including its impressive cushioning and spectacular pneumatic tires, what would be a hard and dangerous journey for a normal car becomes an entertaining and safe adventure.
But in addition, our buggy trip allows you to get in touch with nature and enjoy some magnificent views throughout the journey. Take the opportunity to take photos of ravines, tourist areas and the southern coast of Gran Canaria.
In short, our buggy excursions can be summed up in three words: fun, adventure and safety. If this is what you’re looking for, that’s what we offer.
We recommend that you come with closed shoes, comfortable clothes and a light jacket, since these vehicles have no windows. We’ll loan you special glasses and a handkerchief to protect yourself from dust, but we recommend that you not wear your best clothes, since you’ll end up dusty.
- Minimum age for companion: 7 years and 135 cm tall.
- Parental consents for minors necessary
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult
- Driving license necessary and 2 years of experience.
- Not recommended for pregnant women
- Eyewear for driving buggies
- Clothes to wear:
- Comfortable clothes
- Jacket depending on season
- Sunglasses, high protection sunscreen
- Closed shoes or sports shoes
Driving glasses to protect yourself from getting dust in your face
Bottle of water