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What to do in Tenerife?
Teide National Park (Teleférico del Teide)
Unesco World Heritage site comprising a 10-mile-wide volcanic crater which dominates the centre of the island. At its heart, the Mount Teide volcano rises to 3,718m (12,198ft) above sea level, making it Spain’s highest peak. A cable car takes visitors 1,200m (3,937ft) above the crater floor to mesmerising views over much of the Canarian archipelago.
Address: Teide National Park
Contact: 00 34 922 010 440; telefericoteide.com
Opening times (cable car): daily, 9am-4pm
Admission (cable car): adults, €27 (£23); children under 14, €13.50 (£11.50)
A Thai-themed aquatic playground of water slides and adrenalin-pumping rides, Siam Park is Tenerife’s biggest and best theme park. From a lazy ride down the Mai Thai river in a rubber dinghy to the white-knuckle Tower of Power slide, which plummets you down a near-vertical 90ft drop, Siam Park delivers thrills and spills for the whole family.
Address: Siam Park, 38670 Costa Adeje (behind the bus station). Free buses from Playa de Las Américas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje
Contact: 00 34 902 060 000; siampark.net
Opening times: daily, 10am-5pm
Admission: adults, €34 (£29); children aged 3-11, €23 (£19.60)
The sister resort to Siam Park, this is Tenerife’s longest-established theme park and features the world’s largest collection of parrots. Set within a Jurassic Park environment of dense tropical palm groves, shows featuring parrots, dolphins, orcas and sea lions ensure the park’s enduring popularity.
Address: Avenida Loro Parque, Puerto de la Cruz. A free train leaves Plaza Reyes Católica (outside Hotel Las Vegas) in Puerto every 20mins and a Loro Parque bus runs from resorts in the south and west from €13.50 (£11) return, children €8 (£6.80 ). See the Loro Parque website for details.
Contact: 00 34 922 373 841; loroparque.com
Opening times: daily, 8.30am-6.45pm
Admission: adults, €34 (£29); children under 6, free; aged 6-11, €23 (£19.60)
Whale- and dolphin-watching
Around 28 species of resident and migratory whales and dolphins feed in the warm waters between Tenerife and neighbouring La Gomera, making it a superb place for watching cetaceans in their natural environment. Daily trips from Los Cristianos and Los Gigantes guarantee sightings.
Address: Los Cristianos harbour and Los Gigantes marina.
Opening times: boats sail two or three times a day, 9am-4pm
Admission: adults €35-€55 (£28-£46); €20-€28 (£17-£23) children aged 4-12; price depends on length of trip and whether lunch is included
Balancing on a rocky plateau in the Teno Mountains, the village of Masca was cut off from the rest of the island until the 1970s. Accessed via a road which affords breathtaking views for everyone but the driver, its highlight is a stamina-testing hike down the gorge to the beach from where a boat takes you to Los Gigantes.
Once the wealthiest town on Tenerife, Garachico was engulfed in lava by an eruption in 1706. The most picturesque town on on the island, it is one of Tenerife’s most popular day trip destinations, where swimming in rock pools hewn from the lava is a unique experience.
Clear, warm waters year-round and underwater volcanic columns teeming with marine life make Tenerife an excellent destination for divers. The best places for diving are Las Galletas, Los Gigantes, Los Cristianos and Puerto de la Cruz.
Contact: Tenerife Scuba, Las Galletas (00 34 922 785 584; divingtenerifescuba.com); Atlantik, Puerto de la Cruz (00 34 922 362 801; tenerife-diving.eu); Ocean Dreams Tenerife, Los Cristianos (00 34 922 752 362; oceandreamstenerife.com); Los Gigantes Diving Centre (00 34 922 860 431; divingtenerife.co.uk)
Prices: a single dive costs between €31-€60 (£26-£51)