Oct 15

Monkey Park Tenerife – review, how to get it

Monkey Park Tenerife is a small zoo in the south of the island, where you can not only look at the animals, but also feed and stroke them. Communicating with the funny inhabitants of park will especially appeal to children, but adults will also get great pleasure from it. How to get to Monkey Park Tenerife and who can be seen there is described in my article, which is equipped with many photos and a small video about the coolest animals living in the Monkey Park. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 09

The best places on Tenerife (towns) -2018

What cities of Tenerife are worth visiting for those, who flew in or sailed here for the first time? Millions of tourists every year aspire to this island, because here they can relax in any of the 12 months of the calendar year. The amazing and unique nature of Tenerife attracts like fans of parasailing, diving, hiking and snorkeling, like a magnet. The most unusual sights of the island should definitely see everyone, who happened to be here. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 28

Top-5 natural attractions of Tenerife

If you are going to relax on Tenerife, then before you leave, you will search the world’s web for information about, what to do for yourself 7-10-14 days on this Canary Island, except for felting on the beach, eating local cuisine and going to shopping centers and souvenir shops. I will tell you, what to look at in Tenerife to get an idea of ​​it. Canary Islands -the unique archipelago with an unusual nature, so many travelers come here to see the natural beauty of this corner of the earth. Here you can see a volcano and gorges, green mountains and caves, banana plantations and pine forests, palms and cacti, as well as flowers and plants that you will not find anywhere else in nature. Due to the mountain range, Tenerife is divided into 2 parts: southern and northern. In the south, the climate is warmer and drier. The north of the island is damp and cool.

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Sep 03

Siam Park on Tenerife – practic review

If you are tired of a relaxing holiday in Tenerife, allocate one day of vacation to visit Siam Park. Here you will get a charge of adrenaline, which you will have enough for a long time. Siam Park is the largest water park in Europe, and the variety of its attractions will please even the most capricious travelers. Tourists, who visited here say, that this is the coolest water park, they have seen. I also agree with this statement, as recently I tried all adult attractions on myself, and experienced vivid emotions. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 23

The best beaches of Tenerife -rewiew

If you are going to the Canary Islands and want to see the best beaches of Tenerife, you will find a review and video of these places in this article. The island of eternal spring is famous for its beautiful climate, thanks to which you can rest here all year round. And if in the winter months the weather in Tenerife is not suitable for swimming in the Atlantic Ocean, you can sunbathe on the shore even in January and February. Since the island has more than 50 places for swimming and recreation, you will have a question: which of the beaches of Tenerife to choose? This article will help you answer this quastion. It tells about the most interesting areas of the Canary Coast, their infrastructure, sizes, entertainment and attractions, that are located near your holiday destination. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 31

Walk in Parque Nacional de Las Canadas del Teide

If you are thinking about the question of, what you can see in Tenerife, go to the Las Cañadas del Teide National Park, located almost in the center of the island. Its one of the best places in Tenerife. Probably, for no one will be news that the visiting card of Tenerife is Teide volcano. It rises above the island at 3718 m. And its peak can be seen in good weather in different parts of Tenerife. The volcano is considered to be the highest point in Spain (Canary islands are an autonomous community of this country) and the highest place in the Atlantic Ocean (7500 m from the bottom to the top of the mountain). Read the rest of this entry »