Off-road or minivan excursions around the island to explore Tenerife’s most remote areas, from rural areas to the Teide volcano. Guests can also visit La Gomera, the island declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A visit not to be missed in Tenerife. The Pico del Teide, standing at 3,718 metres, is the highest point in Spain and the third highest in the world. The area around it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes a stunning display of flora and fauna, native to the island. The Teide’s recent Starlight certification highlights it internationally as a stunning setting for star gazing.
In a relaxed environment along the edge of the spectacular Gigantes cliffs.
The coast of Tenerife is a prime location for spotting various marine mammals, particularly whales and dolphins that live here all year round.
A place to experience nature at its wildest and see jaguars, Bengal tigers, gorillas, dolphins, and killer whales among many other animal species, all within an incomparable natural environment.
Europe’s most modern and exclusive water park offers a world of exciting experiences and attractions for the whole family. With waves reaching 3 metres high for the most daring surfers to ride on, plus slides for younger children.