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It is undoubtedly the place that most identifies Tenerife.

The Teide National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2007 with the category of Natural Well. It is also a European Diploma by the Council of Europe and forms part of the Natura 2000 Network Places. And reasons for receiving such recognitions are not lacking. On the one hand, it is the most complete sample of vegetation of supra-Mediterranean floor that exists. On the other, it is one of the most spectacular manifestations of volcanism in the world, and of course, the most outstanding in the Canary Islands.

P.N. del Teide is located in the center of the island, at an average altitude of 2,000 meters, and its summit represents the highest peak in Spain, with 3,718 meters. Its record figures also include that it is the most visited national park in Spain and Europe, receiving around three million tourists a year.


The Canary Islands have one of the clearest skies in the world, ideal for astronomical observation. That is why the Teide National Park has the StarLight certificate and makes this activity a unique and unprecedented experience. It combines active tourism with astronomy and local gastronomy, satisfying the enjoyment of the most adventurous.

Our activity begins with the ascent to the National Park before sunset, making numerous stops at points of interest. Once up, we will make a small route in the area of ​​Roques de García and a small tasting of typical products will be offered. While we enjoy them we can enjoy the sunset and the intensification of the colors of the lava.

At dusk, we will have astronomical professionals who will show us the best of the sky under which Teide takes refuge for approximately 90 minutes. This observation can vary depending on the full moon nights, having these activities:


• ADULTS € 65

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Universe in your hands

Try watching the stars at night when there is no full moon. It begins with the naked eye and by laser, showing visible constellations during the night. In addition, basic notions of how to locate the Polar star will be taught and we will move through the elliptical to look for constellations zodiac and visible planets. These explanations are made with a scientific basis and together with the mythology that surrounds the constellations and other astronomical objects. After that they go to observe through telescope the objects of the cosmos, stars, nebulae, galaxies and planets, as long as they are visible.

To the light of the Moon

Unlike the Universe in your Hands, this activity is carried out in full moon nights, also by laser and telescope. The constellations that are most visible will be shown and then we will focus more on our satellite, the Moon, and on the planets of our solar system that best see their light: Jupiter, Saturn, Mars or Venus.

• Liability insurance
• Round trip transportation
• Local guide
• Tasting of local products.

• Comfortable clothes
• Comfortable shoes.
• Oilskin
• Hat
• Water
• Snack
• Warm clothes including gloves, as the temperature can reach -0º

If you want more information about the dates of the exits and conditions, send form.

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