Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - Italian|
|Number of participants||Minimum 2 people - Maximum 8 people|
What the experience includes
You will know the peculiarities of the intricate landscapes of the island, the experience of our drivers and guides are a guarantee of quality and safety. A very complete day where, in addition to discovering the most emblematic places of the island, we will combine entertainment and tasting their culinary specialties at the different stops. And if that was not enough, we will be happy to adapt to your needs, offering you what you want and personalizing the experience to the maximum.
The sun, the wind and the adrenaline come together in this private visit to the island to print an indelible memory of your stay in Tenerife.
Everything you need to know
Minimum of two people per reservation.
There is the possibility that the reservation may be canceled because it does not cover the minimum number of participants. In that case, you will be offered an alternative date or the ability to cancel and receive a full refund.
Transportation throughout the route, from the pick-up point in the morning to the return point in the afternoon.
You will have a driver / guide, who will accompany you throughout the route.
Stop at: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of Tenerife, is located in the northeast of the island. Its pleasant climate and open-air shopping areas make it a perfect city for strolling and enjoying long days of shopping. Among its avenues and parks are hidden sculptures by artists of the stature of Henry Moore and its old town treasures historic buildings, such as the church of La Concepción or the Carta palace. Historic Santa Cruz is perfectly complemented by great architectural works of the 21st century, such as the Tenerife Auditorium, the Trade Fair Centre and the TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes.
Stop at: San Cristobal de la Laguna
The pedestrianised streets of the centre are always full of life, with street musicians and hundreds of taverns, restaurants and bars. Beyond visiting the shops, with their sumptuous vintage items or avant-garde fashion, it is very comforting to visit the churches, mansions and historic buildings of this ancient and dazzling city, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Stop at: La Orotava
The historic centre of the municipality is located at an altitude of 390 metres above sea level and was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1976. Its streets are dotted with buildings of great heritage interest and places of great importance to the municipality, including the European University of the Canary Islands. The Orotava Valley has always been characterised by its impressive landscape crowned by Mount Teide, its abundance of water, its beautiful gardens and its pleasant climate. However, it has numerous protected natural areas, such as part of the Teide National Park and the Corona Forestal Nature Reserve, the Pinoleris Nature Reserve and the protected landscape of La Resbala. The typical balconies that adorn the façades of its traditional houses, the carpets of flowers and volcanic earth that are made every year in La Orotava during the Corpus Christi celebrations, and its traditional Easter Week, which has been celebrated since the 17th century, are well known.
Stop at: Puerto de La Cruz
The first tourists who came to the Canary Islands came to this place, which has not lost its intimate seafaring flavour despite the hundreds of thousands of travellers it receives every year. Its fishing quay, where the little boats with fresh fish arrive early in the morning, is still intact. Sitting in the Plaza del Charco is a sublime pleasure. Or having an ice-cream in one of the charming ice-cream parlours in the surrounding area. Then there is the privilege of watching the waves break on the coast of San Telmo, with the spectacular Lago Martiánez in the background. And it all makes for a wonderful postcard.
Stop at: Icod de Los Vinos
Under the watchful eye of Mount Teide lies one of Tenerife's historic villages. Icod de los Vinos, land of the Guanches and Conquistadors, is now famous for its cobbled streets and small squares overlooking iconic places such as the Drago Milenario, a plant symbol of the island and a must-see during your visit to Tenerife. Whether you're a tourist or a local, don't miss it.
But there is even more. Among the places to see in Icod de los Vinos are the Casa del Plátano (Banana House), the Guanche Museum and the Cueva del Viento (Wind Cave) located at the top of the village. This is one of the best ways to learn about the eruptive processes in Tenerife while visiting one of the largest labyrinthine volcanic tubes in the world.
Stop at: Garachico
Garachico is located in the northeast of the island, where it occupies 29.28 km2 within the district of Icod-Daute-Isla Baja. More than half of its territory is covered by Canary Island pine trees, a volcanic landscape and an ancient cliff that separates the historic centre from the midlands. Garachico has a rich architectural heritage from the 16th and 17th centuries, which is very well preserved, and was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1994. It also has the title of Villa y Puerto, granted by King Alfonso XIII in 1916. In the coastal area of this municipality there are extensive estates dedicated to the cultivation of bananas, while in the midlands there is self-consumption agriculture with small properties. It also has a recently built marina next to the historic centre, which coexists with black sandy beaches and small cliffs. The natural pools of El Caletón, one of the most popular bathing areas, and the imposing rock that rises up off the coast, are worth mentioning.
After the conquest of Tenerife, Garachico became the island's main fishing and commercial port until a volcanic eruption destroyed it. This golden age attracted many influential families, which was reflected in the layout of its streets and the architecture of its buildings.
Stop at: Los Gigantes
Its impressive vertical rock walls, which in some areas are 600 metres high, extend from the port of Los Gigantes to Punta de Teno, the westernmost tip of the island.
Stop at: Costa Adeje
Enjoy its shopping areas full of international boutiques or its impressive attractions are some of the possibilities offered by this corner of the Canary Islands. Its warm climate is perfect for water sports and sunbathing on its golden sandy beaches any day of the year. Restaurants serving typical Canarian and international cuisine mingle in its avenues, where visitors can relax and take a stroll.
Stop at: Candelaria
In its solemn basilica, surrounded by imposing bronze Guanche statues, it houses the image of the Virgen de la Candelaria, La Morenita, patron saint of the Canary Islands. It is the meeting point for thousands of pilgrims every 15th August, who, in the early hours of that day, or even earlier, set out on long walks from all corners of the island to honour her.
More infoWhat to bring
Comfortable clothes and shoes.
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.