A small group tour of La Gomera's jagged peaks and lush green landscapes is one special experience. Catch the ferry over in VIP class and visit all the must-sees of this Jurassic-like island. You'll discover Garajonay National Park, a string of highland hamlets and the capital.
After a VIP ferry ride, there'll be wow-factor views from Degollada de Peraza and Roque de Agando before breaking the journey in El Cercado. This small town has only 100 or so typical stone houses, but it's worth stopping for the ceramics crafted using centuries-old techniques.
You'll get to know local culture with a demonstration of 'silbo' local whistling music, and tuck into a typical lunch, too. The star of the show though is UNESCO-listed Garajonay National Park. It's full of deep ravines, gorges, laurel forests and rare plant-life. And with free time to explore the capital, San Sebastian, you can follow in the footsteps of Columbus before he began his first voyage of discovery.