Tenerife's Mount Teide National Park boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery and views in all the archipelago. Crowned by the volcanic peak of Mount Teide, this natural wilderness takes on an otherworldly quality as the setting sun glazes its ridges and rocks in soft pinks, reds and purples.
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With miles of seafront scenery to enjoy, the west coast of Tenerife deserves to be seen up close. On this sightseeing cruise aboard the Royal Delfin, you'll enjoy the landscapes and from underwater observation decks catch a glimpse of the marine life in these sun-kissed waters.
Tenerife's greatest natural wonder, Mt Teide is Spain's highest peak. Avoiding the busiest times of the day, this expertly guided tour explores its wild volcanic habitats and offers unbeatable views over Tenerife and the rest of the Canaries.
Admire and listen to the dolphins and whales swimming in the waters of Tenerife. Swim into the ocean and enjoy a meal on an eco-catamaran
Tenerife's towering Mt Teide is the third-largest volcano in the world. And its 3,718-metre peak is the centrepiece of the UNESCO-listed Las Cañadas del Teide National Park. Take a guided tour of the mountain's otherworldly landscapes and soak up spectacular views over the island. And to really give your day the wow-factor, this tour includes a cable car ride to the summit.
For an adventure on the high-seas, Flipper Uno is in the Premier League of boat trips. Think dramatic scenery, thrill-seeking fun and a chance to spot whales and dolphins. Throw in an open bar with lunch, and you've got the perfect family day out on the waves.
If the thought of transporting yourself back to a distant past of knights errant, broadswords and fair maidens appeals, this evening of revelry and excitement is just the thing – it's fit for a king and the whole family.
La Gomera boasts unspoilt landscapes and a distinct culture all of its own. On this tour, you'll visit this Jurassic-like island and discover Garajonay National Park, a string of villages and the charming capital, San Sebastian. Arianne, one of our guides, says of the island, ‘La Gomera is a totally different world – it's a return to the past, to the origin of the Canary Islands.'The star of the show is without doubt Garajonay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's a mishmash of deep ravines and gorges filled with ancient, misty laurel forests and rare plant life. On a visit to its interpretative centre, you'll find out about its botany and history. You'll also get to know hamlets such as oasis-like Chejelipes, which is on the banks of a reservoir, and the northern villages of Hermigua and Aguilo. One of the highlights is a visit to a family-run restaurant famed for its jaw-dropping views over the island's volcanic landscapes. Here, you'll enjoy a typical lunch made from locally sourced ingredients.And you'll get you to learn about local culture, too. There's a demonstration of the unique-to-the-island ‘whistling language' known as 'silbo gomero'. To round off the experience, there's free time to explore San Sebastian. Here, you can follow in the footsteps of Columbus before he began his first voyage of discovery. More than a visit to another island, a trip to La Gomera is a journey to another era.
The best way to spot the dolphins and whales that frolic in the waters surrounding Tenerife is on a cruise. And this three-hour trip by catamaran to La Caleta does just that, and even throws in a refreshing swim before you head back to the port.Cast off on this cruise around Costa Adeje and you'll enjoy a different perspective on the dramatic terrain of the island. While sunning yourself and feeling a cool breeze wash over you, your captain will sail into waters known for hosting pods of dolphins and whales. With luck, you'll get to spot these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.Over three hours, you'll make waves around La Caleta, keeping your eyes peeled for signs of activity. What's more, you'll learn all about their habits, migration and food, and have time to contemplate their majestic beauty before enjoying a swim of your own. Then it'll be time to head back to Porto Colon while soaking up the sun.
Drive through the Teide National park on a quad. Feel the thrill of exploring the island and see its best views
Sailing the shores of Tenerife's towering volcanic coastline is one relaxing experience – and with this trip, it's made even more so from the sun-drenched deck of a catamaran. In between swimming, sunbathing and soaking up the scenery, there's even a chance to see pilot whales and dolphins as they leap and frolic in their natural habitat.Cast off on this cruise from Porto Colon, and you'll enjoy a different perspective on the dramatic terrain of the island. While sunning yourself and feeling a cool breeze wash over you, your captain will sail into waters known for hosting pods of dolphins and whales. With luck, you'll get to spot these magnificent creatures and learn all about them.Then, as the day heats up, we'll sail in the shadow of the island's incredible Los Gigantes cliffs before dropping anchor in Masca Bay to cool off with a swim. And to top it all off, you'll be pampered by the crew. There'll be complimentary drinks at the shaded bar and lunch on board.
It's one pretty village after another on this exclusive tour in the rugged northwest of Tenerife. We'll drop in at a roll call of the island's must-visits. Christian, one of our expert guides, says, ‘A biologist shows you around the park in Icod de los Vinos and gives you the lowdown on its fascinating dragon tree, which is 20 metres tall.' Santiago del Teide, local speciality tasting and a trip to Teno Rural Park are also part of the line-up.First up is a pit stop in Santiago del Teide, a highland village of whitewashed homes. Then, in Icod de Los Vinos, you'll see up-close its centuries-old dragon tree. You'll also have free time to have a gander around the town. Garachico is next. Devastated by a 1706 volcanic eruption and rebuilt on its lava, it's been dubbed the ‘prettiest and unluckiest' place on the island. Its natural lava pools, guarded by a volcanic rock castle, draw bathers from all over the island.When it's time to take a break, there's a tasty local lunch, served in a family-run restaurant in a traditional finca. The afternoon sees you exploring the craggy peaks of Teno Rural Park. It's famed for its biodiversity but also serves as the larder for most of Tenerife's top-quality natural produce. You'll even get to try some locally made marmalades and jams, all produced with a minimum carbon footprint. Finally, round off the day in the ‘lost hamlet' of Masca. Precariously perched on a ridge overlooking a valley, it's one of Tenerife's most eye-catching spots.
The underwater world is just a touch away with a 50-minute submarine dive that plunges you 30 metres under the surface. Sit back as you gaze through giant portholes where just on the other side you'll see shoals of shimmering fish and all kinds of marine life off the shores of Tenerife.
Dusty and lunar-like in the south, green and mountainous in the north, Tenerife packs a continent into one island. Think quaint villages, stunning views and wine tasting on this full day experience. You'll visit the UNESCO-listed old town of La Laguna, drop into a bodega for a wine tasting and explore two plantations. Arianne, one of our local expert guides, says, ‘This is a tour with a difference, offering the perfect combination between north and south, and culture and nature.'First up is a visit to an aloe vera plantation. Here, you'll learn about the healing qualities – especially skincare – of this crop. Then it's on to La Laguna, arguably the prettiest town on the island. Throw in its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it makes for a real gem of a stop. Wander its poker-straight streets of pastel-coloured palaces and colonial-era churches and convents, or stop for a coffee in one of the cool tree-lined plazas. Taste local products such as marmalade and cheese in the weekly market and admire the town's famous flower displays.It's then on to a rustic, family-run winery for a typical Canarian lunch surrounded by vintage bottles and aged barrels. All ingredients are seasonal and locally sourced to reduce the environmental impact. And it goes without saying that you'll get to taste a selection of the bodega's wines. Rounding off the day is a tour of a banana plantation. Sample the sweet and juicy local variety, which is highly regarded throughout Spain.
Book now this amazing experience around the waters of Tenerife! Travel on a sailboat and see the dolphins and the whales swimming in the ocean
With attractions for all the family, Aqualand is bound to have everyone screaming for more. On this TUI exclusive package, you'll be whisked over to the waterpark near Playa de Las Americas. Brimming with slides, flumes, restaurants and bars, this water playground has something to keep everyone smiling.
They say that laughter is the best medicine and this hilarious evening of comedy drag performance in Tenerife is just what the doctor ordered. And if an evening of top entertainment wasn't enough, a three-course meal sweetens the deal.