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Just Tenerife information and Tenerife guide header Links are provided to either book an apartment or a complete holiday package from some of the top tour. From Playa de las Americas to Costa Adeje, our Tenerife travel guide gives you advice on the best hotels and things to do in the star of the Canary Islands. The online Travel / Holiday Guide to Tenerife, Places to visit, Attractions, Activities , Holiday Travel Information and What to see while on holiday in Tenerife.

Read More. Read Less. After hotel pickup in southern Tenerife, your 3-hour tour begins as you board your yacht and sail or motor away from the port to the area where pilot whales are usually seen. On the way, keep a lookout for dolphins, as well, who like to swim around the boat. After about half an hour of navigating, you should spot whale mothers and babies, with daddy whales keeping an eye on what's going on. Enjoy provided drinks and fresh sandwiches on board, and listen to information about the marine life from your captain. After viewing the whales, head to a secluded bay where you'll drop anchor so you can swim off the back of the yacht. Use the provided snorkeling gear to look for turtles, if you wish. More sandwiches and drinks will be served before pulling up the anchor and sailing back to the marina. Gaze out of the window as you travel through Vilaflor, one of the highest villages in Spain. While there are many dragon trees in Tenerife, the specimen in Icod de los Vinos is by far the largest — standing at 56 feet 17 meters high — and also the oldest; many believe that the tree is more than 1, years old. Stop to stretch your legs and pose for photos by the impressive tree, and then continue by coach to visit two villages in the Masca countryside: Garachico and Masca. Partially destroyed by a volcanic eruption in the early 18th century, Garachico is known as one of the best vantage points to see the gorgeous rural landscape that typifies the Masca valley.

When the time comes, return to your private vehicle. Your tour then concludes with a drop-off back at your hotel. Please note: After soaking up the panoramic sights, travel onward through Garajonay National Park, and stop along the way for a stroll to stretch your legs.

Lunch beckons in the town of El Cedro, so stop at a traditional Gomeran restaurant for your 2-course meal.

The menu often changes, but typically your lunch starts with a dish of fresh bread with Canarian herb sauces — known as mojos — followed by a main course of salty local potatoes with either chicken or beef goulash, both prepared with local herbs and spices. Head to the nearby village of Las Rosas next and explore its pretty streets with your guide.

From Las Rosas, make your way back to the port at San Sebastian, cross the sea by ferry, and finally finish with a drop-off at your southern Tenerife hotel. Occasionally, lunch may be eaten in Las Rosas and the stop in El Cedro will consist of free time to explore.

Make your own way by car or bus to the lower cable car station located on the slopes of Mt Teide in central Tenerife. Then, when you arrive, admire the stunning views of Mt Teide National Park and the mountains that circle 12,foot 3,meter Mt Teide, the highest peak in Spain. The main entrance lines to the cable car can be long, so your ticket is a great bonus. Simply breeze past the main entrance line and enjoy fast-track entry via the Internet ticket line.

Behold the awe-inspiring views over the craters and lava flows far below, and snap photos of the moon-like volcanic terrain. Arrive at the upper cable station and visit the viewing platform to absorb the scenery.

Tenerife Information and tourist Guide, Canary Islands, Spain.

From here, at an altitude of 11, feet 3, meters , the views stretch across Teide National Park to the Atlantic Sea and on a clear day, to other Canary Islands such as La Gomera.

Take time to snap photos, and if you wish, follow one of the three walking trails to different lookout points, depending on their accessibility on the day: To walk this trail, you need a special permit from the National Parks office.

Permits are free of charge, but only a limited number are available each day. When you're ready to descend, enjoy priority access to the cable car back down, where your trip ends at the lower station. Gaze out of the window as you listen to your guide's commentary during the drive through La Esperanza, an area made up of volcanic lava. My newsletters.

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In the offices scattered around the Island, we will help you to find out about everything Tenerife has to offer. The island also boasts 43 protected nature areas which occupy half of the island, and the list of outdoor activities to choose from during your holiday is endless, from riding through spectacular landscapes on your mountain bike or on horseback, to climbing the many rock walls and mountains found all over Tenerife.

The island is also a leading European destination for paragliding thanks to the air quality and climate. We have over sites that are ideal for this increasingly popular sport. Read more. Lava Tubes One activity which cannot be enjoyed anywhere else is the chance to explore a lava tube such as Cueva del Viento Cave of Wind , at Icod de los Vinos.

But above all, you have endless options for outdoor activities. The crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic around Tenerife, combined with the rich diversity of marine life, make it a veritable treasure trove for all who enjoy diving, as well as those who wish to try this exciting sport for the first time.

They are most commonly found in the waters between the south coast of Tenerife and the island of La Gomera. They are also very close to shore, about three miles, allowing them to be seen all year round. Entirely themed on the Kingdom of Siam, it boasts some amazing attractions:

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