When we camped in the forest above Vilaflor, we noticed that there was almost a complete absence of birds. I’ve noticed this in the past when walking in the forest around La Caldera in La Orotava as well […] […]
Wherever you walk on Tenerife it’s a fairly safe bet that you’ll be accompanied by lizards scuttling around in the undergrowth and playing ‘chicken’ across the path in front of you. […]
The Tenerife view of the week comes from the summit of Montaña Tejina way above the south west coast. From this point it’s possible to see all the way along the coast from Costa Adeje to Playa de la Arena […] […]
Hidden valleys, abandoned hamlets, quaint villages and prehistoric ravines – the next Real Tenerife Island Walks area is currently in development and will be available to buy from this site soon.
Apart from the little tent to show there was a camping area at La Caldera, there weren’t any paths shown through the woods; the scale was far too small. As a walking guide it was useless. A one way ticket to ‘getting lostville’[…] […]
I’m waiting on the path for Jack to re-appear. In the distance I can hear a great deal of rustling and the occasional muttered expletive.
Five minutes ago a large bird ran across the path in front of us and disappeared into the undergrowth, hotly pursued by Jack […] […]