A fabulous way to wet your appetitie for Trike travel and to see some of the spectacular sights Fuerteventura has to offer.


Leaving our offices in Caleta de Fuste travelling North along the Costal Road we soon turn and head towards Antigua the capital of the municipality. A dramatic shift in the style of architecture denotes the importance of the town now and in times gone by, as its guarded the only road from the ancient capital to the port.


Leaving Antigua we commence the steep climb to the observation post (Tuesday  Friday). The highest point on Fuerteventura  accessible by road here there is a small exhibition about the island as well as a coffee bar. On Mondays the tour will visit a local goat farm where there will be opportunities to sample the produce.


We start to make our way back passing the two giants before calling into the village of Triquivijate which was famed for its production of Red Dye. As you enter the village you can observe the cactus plantations that were used to attract the cochineal beetles. From here we make our way back to our offices in Caleta de Fuste.


TOUR TIMES

2:30pm  - 5:00 pm Monday to Friday


A short briefing and explanation about trike driving and tuition will be given before you set off, and once your designated driver is competent behind the wheel, you are ready to go.


TO BOOK

Call into the shop today

Times: 

10:00 - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday

10:00 - 4:00 pm Saturday & Sunday


Call us on: 003 4649 938 581

Email us at: [email protected]


Price €85 per Trike


Trikes are either 2 or 3 seater


You can choose if you wish to be driven by a chauffeur, please indicate when booking.


Should you decide you wish to drive, you must be at least 25 years old and hold a full current driving licence.


A fourth passenger can also ride on the back of the guide's trike for €10 per hour.

Places cannot be guaranteed, so please double check when booking.





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we reserve the right to alter, reschedule or cancel this tour in the event of extreme weather conditions or other circumstances outside of our control such as road closures.