Know More About Tenerife's Terrific Tripsby Mohit J. White Hat Link Building Services
Tenerife is a popular island for holiday goers all year thanks to the climate and the mix of things that make it a great option for everyone. Whether you want to learn, relax, party, play or explore there is something here. Take some of the Tenerife guided tours on offer and discover for yourself! Here is a look at our pick for the top 10 Tenerife things to do and see.
Many miles of coastline
Since many people come to enjoy the beaches under that glorious sun, it makes sense to start with what they have to offer! There are a variety of types, black volcanic sand beaches, white and yellow beaches, some natural some man-made. From secluded beaches to popular tourist stops. If you want to have some fun with water sports check out the El Medano beach where the wind makes things like kite surfing and windsurfing a great time.
Mount Tiede - National Park
If you are looking to get off your resort how about a tour to Mount Tiede National Park. Some fantastic views, huge diversity and you can choose to be more active and take a hike or catch the cable car! Just keep in mind that tourists wanting to get to the summit do need to get a permit ahead of time. Also, there is the Teide Observatory, which is actually the largest solar observatory in the world. To visit this you have to attend one of the Tenerife guided tours.
Dolphin and whale watching
Longing to see whales and dolphins in their natural environment? Take a tour off the south coast and see what you can spot! It is a chance to see other wildlife including kestrels, turtles, osprey and sharks.
For a family-friendly day of fun, the Siam water park is a must-visit for all those water babies out there. From paddling to thrilling rides children will have a blast and the dragon statue there will amaze them. One of the best water parks in Europe.
The 'Lost' Village of Masca
Looking to learn about the culture and history of the island? Check out one of the top 10 Tenerife things to go see. It is high up on some cliffs over the northwest coastline. The drive is steep but worth it once you are up there. Great views, interesting fauna and flora, and enjoy a guided hike to see the village. Be sure to wear good walking shoes and enough water.
The Piramides de Guimar Ethnographic Park
If you are fascinated by pyramids in all their forms you will love to here there are stone pyramids on the island that you can explore. There is also a museum on-site that explores their significance.
Cliffs Of Los Gigantes
The best way to get a look at these impressive cliffs is to take one of the boat Tenerife guided tours. You can, however, take yourself to the top and enjoy a cocktail while you look out from them.
Cueva del Viento caving
Since Tenerife is a volcano island there are some interesting caves formed from lava eruptions that can be explored with a tour guide. The tunnels are amazing and maze-like, see lava stalactites, fossils and the amazing insects that live there.
The zoo has animals from all around the world for visitors to enjoy from parrots to gorillas, penguins to tigers and more. Enjoy an animal show or two and you can also check out a play area, jungle area and aquarium the kids will love.
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