The unadulterated skies of Tenerife are so clear and devoid of light and air pollution that is regarded as a premier global site for stargazing by professionals and amateurs alike. Come find yourself beneath a blanket of stars.
STARGAZING
WHALE & DOLPHIN WATCHING
Of the world’s 79 species of dolphins and whales, 21 live near Tenerife, including permanent colonies of pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins. All live just three miles off the coast year-round.
ADVENTURE SPORTS
The crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean around Tenerife are filled with a rich diversity of marine life, making for an undersea paradise for the veteran diver to the first-timer. But Tenerife is not for submariners alone.
GOLF
Blessed with dramatic mountain and seascapes and enhanced by a near-perfect climate, Tenerife is a year-round golfer’s paradise. Novice players can take part in beginner’s courses or clinics led by professionals to learn the basics.
MT. TEIDE
One of Tenerife’s national treasures is Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Looming large over this surreal landscape is Mount Teide, Spain’s highest peak at 12,198 feet above sea level.
FOOD AND WINE
Visit Tenerife’s world-famous vineyards to learn the vintner’s art while enjoying a meal in an exceptional setting. A volcanic territory may not seem ideal for agriculture but it is, in fact, extremely fertile land.

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Tradition and Taste: Canarian Food and Wine on Tenerife

Unique flavors, colors and aromas: Spanish wines. In Tenerife, the largest of the seven Canary Islands, wine holds up to this promise. Internationally recognized, this area is home to two of Tenerife’s five destinations of origin: Icoden Daute Isora and Abona. You can discover all five by following the ‘wine routes’, which offer visitors the chance to uncover the history of the many iconic towns. Touring organic estates such as the Alama de Trevejo will allow you to deeper explore Tenerife’s wine culture.

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Up, Up and Away- Paragliding in Tenerife

Imagine having a bird’s eye view on one of the most beautiful places on Earth. High above the clear blue waters, green fields and rocky mountains, paragliding allows you to experience the island of Tenerife from a new perspective. While you may be familiar with the word paragliding, do you know all there is to know? From misconceptions about safety to even chair comfort, make yourself a paragliding pro with our top frequently asked questions list where we cover it all.

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15 Reasons to Bike the Island of Tenerife

Maybe you’re a cycling pro, or maybe you’re itching to try it for the first time. Either way, Tenerife is calling your name. The largest of the Canary Islands is filled with affordable, delicious Canarian food and plenty of scenic riding routes – which makes it a must-add to your cycling bucket list.

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Traveling to Tenerife- From a Teenage Traveler

As I stood near the peak of Mount Teide, Tenerife’s remarkable volcano, I suddenly found myself in awe. As I glanced over my left shoulder, the sunset of blue sky was transforming into a streak of pink, purple, and then green. On my right, the sun was melting into the sky. The clouds above me began to rapidly disappear, and the sun that once hurt my eyes, surprisingly no longer hurt.

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Here’s Why You Should Study Abroad in Tenerife

If you’re thinking of studying abroad in Spain, Tenerife is the perfect option as a stand-alone or side destination. La Laguna is one of the two UNESCO World Heritage sites on the island and home to one of the oldest and most well renowned universities in Spain.

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Ride the Waves with Kitesurfing in Tenerife

Looking for an adventure that is once in a lifetime and will give you the ultimate vacation experience? Then kitesurfing is perfect for you.

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