Mt Teide

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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Explore Europe’s Largest Lava Cave in Tenerife

If you’re not sure what lava tubes are, you’re not alone. When a volcanic eruption happens, it not only spills from the top of the volcano (as most imagine), but also to the sides. These outlets formed eventually cool off, dry out, empty and eventually form into lava caves.

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10 Things to See and Do in Tenerife

Millions of people visit Tenerife every year, and for more reasons than one. Full of stunning landscapes and a diverse selection of landmarks, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands is a destination where the phrase boredom, simply isn’t possible. From mountains, to golf, zoos, parks, villages, exploring and sunset tours, you will never run out of things to do and see in Tenerife Spain.

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Adventure #3: Discover Yourself Beneath the Tenerife Stars

To begin stargazing, it’s simple: all you have to do is look up. You’ll see the arms of the Milky Way and a vast array of constellations sparkling in the night sky. But what happens is much more complex than that. It’s the feeling that overcomes you- like the world has stopped and you’re suddenly at peace. All your fears and worries have disappeared for the moment, and complete relaxation sets in. There’s only one word that can describe it: magical. Something you can’t get from a photograph. Mt. Teide on Tenerife is where you can experience this magic..

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Adventure #1: Mt Teide

Rising majestically from the center of Tenerife is the icon of the Canary Islands, the highest peak in Spain, and the crown jewel of the island: Mount Teide. At 12,200 feet, this peak is the third-largest ocean-island volcano in the world and a spectacular sight to behold. You can do much more than gaze at Mount Teide from afar, however. The mountain was meant for exploring!

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