Teide National Park
Centered on Mount Teide, this location is one of the oldest national parks in Spain. Mount Teide is the highest mountain in Spain, and it’s also the third largest volcano in the world, rising 3,718 metres above sea level. With more than 18,990 hectares of land dedicated to the national park, you can lose yourself in the natural wonder of the island.
Los Roques de Garcia
Visitors from all over the world make Los Roques de Garcia a part of their travel itinerary so view the Cinchado firsthand. This unusual red rock formation makes a unique backdrop for the perfect picture to commemorate your time at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife.
Set your pulse racing on exciting water rides at Siam Park. With the Tower of Power, Mekong Rapids, and The Dragon, there is water excitement waiting for the entire family. In addition to these rides, Siam Park also contains exotic plants and cool architecture for you to view on your way to the next thrill in your all-day experience.
Local legend says that when a dragon dies, it becomes a dragon tree. The Canary Islands are home to a number of these remarkable trees, and Tenerife is proud to host the largest known specimen. With a diameter of 20 metres and a height of 17 metres, the Drago Tree is thought to be almost 1,000 years old.
Aqualand Costa Adeje
A paradise for kids and adults alike, Aqualand features exciting water slides, a family fun zone, and a dolphinarium. Aqualand features a squad of bottlenose dolphins that are sure to entertain and astound you with their tricks. Chill out and play in the swimming pools or shoot the tubes in the several slides available in the park.
At 600 metres above sea level, the tiny village of Masca is the namesake of this beautiful valley. It remains the starting point of the popular Masca walk, where people hike 4.5 kilometers through the Masca Gorge. When you descend from the village to the sea, you will be able to discover a new side of the island.
Pyramids of Güímar
Standing watch over Tenerife’s east coast, this trio of ancient pyramids exude an aura of mystery and fascination. Set up in the traditional terraced style of the area, these pyramids are a window into history and remain an integral part of the Canary Islands.
Since 1788, this magnificent botanical garden has been a delightful place to visit, with thousands of plant varieties from all over the world providing a unique backdrop for guests. Featuring both tropical and subtropical plants, along with a 200-year-old fig tree, this garden is a must-see locale.
Located on the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife, Loro Parque has become one of the biggest attractions of the Canary Islands. The 33-acre zoo houses an extensive and diverse reserve of animal and plant species.
As one of the top three whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world, Tenerife is the best place in Europe to see magnificent nature at its very best. Many companies offer whale and dolphin watching excursions, with varying prices and timetables available through the year. Let our staff know when you want to go out and we’ll help arrange everything.