La Gomera can often be shrouded in mist, especially up in the mountains. Some of the valleys can trap mist too while others remain free, depending on the prevailing conditions. When driving from A to B on La Gomera be aware that you may have to negotiate narrow twisting roads in dense hill fog.
Don't try these tracks in your hire car.
Antonio was the lead driver on the Island trip & took every opportunity to scare every one witless
Don't worry - the tracks were empty - no one else would aspire to such great heights.
You drink bottled water.I had a bad luck to have all my money in 100 USD notes and they told me i could't exchange it because there were false dollars spread at that time.I was desperate but ,fortunatelly,i finally found a bank that would accept it ( plenty of banks at la Gomera).
Drive carefully, and don't try to compete with the locals speedy and dangerous style of driving - they know the roads better than you do, and they know where the bends and the potential suicidal cliffdrops are! Every day at around 3pm, a heavy mist descends on the Garajonay forest, reducing visibility, so try not to be driving through the park at that time. The sea is very rough with strong undercurrents, plus there are no lifeguards anywhere - only for very strong swimmers!