• Discover landscapes covered in layers of volcanic ash
• Enjoy a scenic hike with professional guides
• Take in panoramic views of El Teide volcano, the Earth's third-tallest volcanic structure
Full equipment: boots, backpack, walking stick.
Transfer from the hotel to the route and back to the hotel (only South Tenerife).
English/Spanish speaking professional hiking guide
• Jacket, cap
• Water (about 2 L / pers)
• Hiking boots, shoes
• Sandwich, fruit, dried fruit, cereal bar
• To be friendly and have fun
Hours may change. In the case of modification, you will be announced 24 h before the hike.
The minimum age is 5 years old.
Teide National Park is the biggest national park on the Canary Islands. A place that should be at the top of the must-see list of everyone who visits the island. It was considered a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2007.
From a geomorphological point of view, it is one of nature's true wonders.
The National Park is one of the and most trekked routes in Tenerife. Many tourists visit the island to walk in this region and to enjoy the enticing mountain views.
You will go around the famous Los Roques rock formations (Roque Cinchado, El Torrotito, El Burro..) The most famous rocks are the Roque Cinchado, known as ‘God’s Finger’, now one of Tenerife’s most iconic landmarks.
It is possible to go up to La Rambleta at 3550 m with the cable car. For security reasons, the cable car will operate depending on the meteorological conditions. Cable car 27€ adults and 13,50€ children (departure/return).