Tenerife has a long history of being a well-liked destination for vacationers and is known for offering some of the Best Excursions Tenerife. Families, couples, and groups are perpetually fascinated by its attractiveness because it has beaches with both black and white sand, waters that are very clear, and weather that is consistently warm but not oppressive throughout the year. The vast majority of guests travel to the island with the intention of having a typical beach holiday, replete with visits to various Best Excursions Tenerife amusement parks, a variety of boat trips, and 4×4 vehicle safaris.
HIKE TO THE MOUNTAIN
Mount Teide is the name of the volcano that is located on the island of Tenerife. It is the highest volcano in Spain and is home to some of the most stunning and distinctive landscapes in the world. It is home to natural treasures like craters and lava flows that take on an incredible range of colors and patterns, and the cable car is a fantastic way to soar above them. The base station is situated at a height of 2,356 meters above mean sea level and may be reached without much difficulty by road. It only takes the cable car eight minutes to reach the peak at 3,555 meters, which not only provides breathtaking panoramas over the island’s northern and southern sides but also serves as the starting point for three different hikes that are highly recommended. In spite of the fact that climbing Route 11 (La Fortaleza Vantage Point) and Route 12 (Pico Viejo Vantage Point) does not cost anything, reaching the summit of Mount Teide needs either a permit or the services of an authorized guide.
SNORKEL & KAYAK WITH TURTLES & SUNLIGHT
The Kayak and Snorkel combined trip lasts for a total of 2.5 hours and takes place both on land and in the water. During this time, you will have the opportunity to become intimately acquainted with stingrays and sea turtles. This activity may be done at any time of the year, and depending on the weather, you can choose between short and long wetsuits. To promote responsible tourism and environmental stewardship, group sizes are capped at 10 people, and guests are not permitted to touch or handle the turtles (or any other marine species). Bring a GoPro with you on this adventure, since you won’t want to miss a single moment of the action!
DISCOVER UNVISITED ISLANDS
El Hierro and La Gomera are two of the Canary Islands that are not as well-known as the others, so consider taking a day trip to see them.
El Hierro is the most remote of the Canary Islands and is home to a UNESCO biosphere reserve. It is also the smallest of the Canary Islands. On an island that is mostly undeveloped and rugged, you will need strong walking shoes, but full-on hiking boots are not required. As you make your way around the city on foot, you’ll get the opportunity to taste regional tapas and peep inside the world’s smallest hotel.
During this full-day hiking tour of La Gomera, you will travel by boat from Los Cristiano’s to San Sebastian de La Gomera, take in the picturesque landscapes, gorgeous towns, and local cuisine of the island, all while hiking at a relaxed pace through the verdant environment of Garajonay National Park.
WHALE SURVEILLANCE & DOLPHIN SIGHTINGS
Your team will spend the first part of the excursion on a catamaran or luxury yacht, keeping an eye out for pods of dolphins and whale families that make their home along the coast of the island throughout the year. Sail in the direction of Los Gigantes and marvel at the beautiful cliffs that soar to a height of 600 meters before dropping anchor and diving into the crystal blue waters for some of the best snorkeling in Tenerife to cool off before returning to the boat for lunch and a drink or some sangria.
TAKE TIME OUT FOR YOURSELF TO RELAX AND GO TO THE SPA.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: everyone ought to reward themselves with a day at the spa every once in a while! The Aqua Club Thermal Spa in Adeje is divided up into 18 different zones, some of which include whirlpool baths, relaxation pools, and a temple of showers. Get ready to relax in opulence and get attentive care; just remember to bring your own towel, since the facility does not provide any, and purchase your admission ticket in advance to avoid having to wait in line.
During this one to two-hour Jet Ski safari, you will get the opportunity to explore the coastline of southern Tenerife. You’ll get to explore areas that can only be reached by boat, and you’ll get to take in beautiful vistas from the one-of-a-kind vantage point that the ocean provides. In addition, if your jet ski won’t fit, you can always dive into the sea and swim to get a better look at everything! This Jet Ski Safari is open to participants who are at least 16 years old, and it is a fantastic afternoon activity for groups of friends, couples, and families with older children who are looking for some excitement and excitement!