Teide National Park
Teide National Park is one of the most visited parks in Tenerife and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At 3.718m (12.198ft) is the highest point in Spain. It’s the 3rd tallest volcanic structure on earth, it makes Tenerife the 10th highest island in the world. An international solar observatory is located at Izaña, about 6km, (4 miles) northeast of the park
Some of the most dramatic and spectacular sunrises/ sunsets are captured from Teide.
Day Excursion To Teide
Best way to visit Teide is by car or with an organised excursion trip by bus.
Excursion Half day Teide is leaving twice a day, around 8:00 AM in the morning and 13:30 at noon. The Ascent with the Cable Car is optional and not included in the price of the excursion.
MORNING: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday. 26,00 € /person, 4 Hour Approximately.
AFTERNOON: Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday. 26,00 € /person, 4 Hour Approximately.
They will pick you up at your bus stop and take the route to the Teide National Park, making a short stop at Vilaflor, a small village with a unique charm, nestled in the highest part of the Island and surrounded by pine forests.
Next stop is at the “Roques de Garcia”, World Heritage Site by UNESCO, with landscapes that looks like from another planet with pure air of highest peak in Spain. Walk through the volcanic lava while watching the impressive surroundings.
Las Cañadas del Teide forms a gigantic caldera of about 17 km in diameter containing in its centre the peak of the volcano.