The day we were visited Gib was experiencing a power cut so we were unable to take the cable car. I would recommend organised tours as it is not easy to visit the sights on foot as its a long walk from the ship and only a short stay as Gib is actually a refuelling station.
Visited: May 28, 2015
Best port of all. Really enjoyed it.
Visited: Sep 30, 2017
did a tour of a cave and saw lots of monkeys
Visited: Nov 10, 2019
I didn't do an excursion but walked from Port to town about 15 minutes walk. Very cheap alcohol the the duty free shop in port
Visited: Sep 02, 2018
The Apes were behaving badly due to the stormy weather......but they are wild animals and should always be treated as such. We walked to the cable car then £14.50 for a return ticket - fantastic views
Visited: Sep 15, 2017
Port was actually rather ugly. We hiked up and down the Top of the Rock. Signage was poor. We were never sure whether we actually got to the top or not. Watch out for the monkeys/apes. Many folks I spoke with preferred taking a taxi rather than the cable car due to the long lines for the cable car.
Visited: Oct 05, 2018
A not to be missed piece of world geography.
Visited: Oct 27, 2018
Nice for duty free
Visited: Jun 09, 2019
Great private tour.
Visited: Jun 12, 2019
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