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Smurf trip: Visit Juzcar in Buggy!

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The Smurf trip is a great trip for the family. Very popular among foreigners, specially when coming to visit the surroundings with the kids.
Let us "buggy" you down to the Smurf town of Juzcar, hidden in the Genal Valley and surrounded by chestnut trees among some beatiful tracks and scenarios.

Plenty of time to have a walk through the Smurf town and visit its small streets with its decortions, have a nice coffee and maybe buy a souvenir.
Absolutely great when coming with the kids, and show them a completely "smurf-decorated" town, choosen by Sony Pictures to present the the 3 editions of the smurf films.
Some impressive sightseeing and photographic stops during the complete trip, partially on and offroad
We also visit an interesting rock formation where even many of the locals have never been.
We stop in the next white village (Faraján) for a drink before we return to our base driving through the village of Alpandeire.

During the summer period
(June - September) the trip is longer, and we descend all the way down to the Genal River, and have a lovely swim in the (if dammed) river, so dont forget your swimming gear!!


Includes:

  • Fuel

  • Stops for photos

  • Drink (coffee,fanta etc.)

  • Insurance and civil responsability

  • Downloadable trip-recorded video/foto footage


Difficulty: Very low. % paved/tracks: 70/30 (summer 60/40)



Prices:
Smurf Trip  (all year)
160€ 2-Seater Buggy
220€ 4-seater Polaris RZR

Smurf Trip XL
185€ 2-Seater Buggy
245€ 4 Seater Polaris RZR4

Optional all-in typical tapas meal +15€/pax
A maximum of 18 pax can be hosted; (6x 2-seater buggies and 2x 4 seater RZR's)

Buggy available for the disabled


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Departure time:    
11:30

15th june to 15th September: Recommended "avoid the heat" departure time 09.30

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