With the stunning tajinaste flower in bloom, May and June are the perfect months for getting away from the crowds and exploring Teide National Park on foot. With a network of paths leading to weird and wonderful rock formations and views that are out of this world, it’s a hiking experience not to be missed.
All the walks we’ve referenced in the past have been ones which were easy for us to get to from the north, so not much use to anyone staying in other areas of Tenerife. To rectify this, here are some suggestions for festive season walking routes around the island. […]
The summit of Mount Teide is currently still off limits to climbers due to compacted ice and snow on the peak. […]
There should be plenty of sun across Tenerife with the south and south west experiencing more clear skies than the north and east. This is the week of the Virgen del Carmen fishermen’s fiestas in fishing communities and… […]