mcguire - Answered a Question by carberry (31 Mar 08 16:46)

We took mina bus there were a dozen of us driver was quite good the price we paid that included our price for tour of caves as every body says your better with taxi or mina bus they can get right what fantastic vi ews watch the monkies they can be quite scarey our friend with us did not go in cave as they follow you my husband had to get taxi driver to chase one they were fighting over there babie.

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byers - Answered a Question by carberry (23 Mar 08 10:50)

Yes i have taken a tour of Gibraltar by local taxi driver waited until he got six customers which only took a couple of mins and then took us the tour which followed the same itinery as the organised trip.The driver was informative a gave us a good running commentary throughout and the price you mention is correct.

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carberry - Answered a Question by carberry (23 Mar 08 17:03)

Thanks ever so much we will now take the local taxi tou.

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pymm - Answered a Question by carberry (23 Mar 08 18:31)

I have also used a taxi from outside the port, i found it good value for money and extremely infomative.

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LONG - Answered a Question by carberry (23 Mar 08 23:18)

I can also recommend a taxi tour {although they tend to be mini-buses rather than taxis}. Our driver was extremely knowledgeable and possessed of a dry sense of humour. I think our itinerary was slightly better than that of the organised tour in that our driver was able to take his mini-bus to places that coaches couldn't reach - a big plus when viewing the apes. Be advised, though, that whether you take an organised tour, a mini-bus tour or do your own thing entirely, the tourist sights are likely to be crowded.

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