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Tours & Sightseeing

Tenerife Highlights Full-Day Tour

A truly unforgettable experience. From the highest peak in Tenerife to the north coast of the island and back visiting, El Teide, Icod de los Vinos, Garachico and Masca. Four very different and distinct geographical areas typical of Tenerife, that should not be missed on this very comprehensive tour.
8 hours
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes


Pick up in your accommodation , harbour if you come with a cruise, airport. We need useful telephone  number (better mobile phone) and e-mail. 1st stop La Laguna: old capital of the island, home of the University and Unesco World Heritage Site. 2nd La Esperanza forest full of Canarian pines and eucalyptus, we usually stop here to test a special and delicious coffee (the coffee isn´t included ).Then we visit Teide National Park Icod and Garachico important cities in the North with a rich Heritage  and Landscape.
8 hours
Outdoor Activities

Teide-Masca Full-Day 4WD Guided Tour from Puerto de la Cruz

Enjoy this full-day small-group guided exclusive 4WD safari tour with lunch to the Natural Reserve of Teide and the beautiful region of Masca starting from Puerto de La Cruz. Visit Valle de la Oratava and observe the last eruption of the volcanoes Teide and Pico Viejo.  Discover the National Park and the region of Masca on this exclusive 4WD and observe the consequences of the eruptions of Arenas Negras.
7.5 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

The authentic Tenerife

Discover the northwest side of the island of Tenerife, its valleys, villages, natural pools, the Drago Milenario, the Macizo of Teno and Los Gigantes, the great volcanic cliffs.
8 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

VIP Island Tour

If you want to discover the most emblematic places of the island this is undoubtedly your route. An extensive tour through the most important areas of the island of Tenerife: Masca and its hamlets, a tour to the Isla Baja, Orotava Valley, and of course, the Teide National Park, declared  World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
9 hours