We went with part of our team on a trip to Tenerife to get to know this island where we now also provide great sea tours. Kayaking in Tenerife was at the top of our list of things to do on the island.
Kayaking can be done all year round!
The five of us are active people who love nature and working out, so kayaking in Tenerife would be an ideal activity for us. We went kayaking with Cao, who owns a watersports center at Playa de las Teresitas.
So we met Cao at his stand on the beach and after putting on some sunscreen, it was time to team up. Each kayak takes two people.
Welcome to Playa de las Teresitas
Cao explained we were gonna go kayaking along the cliffs of Playa de las Teresitas. The cliffs were, in fact, impressive, at the foot of the Anaga mountains. We were blessed with almost no wind and a pleasant temperature.
As the kayaking is quite a workout, at the point we were going to turn to go back, we were quite hot so we went for a refreshing dip into the Atlantic. Kayaking is quite a workout, but no worries, Cao will adapt the tour to your pace. Besides, kayaking is very easy to learn and it requires no previous experience.
We did the short kayak tour of about 1 hour, due to time constraints. There’s a tour of 3 hours too. The longer tour departs from Playa de las Teresitas to Playa de Balayo.
There’s also the possibility to rent a kayak on the beach. However, we highly recommend the tour as the instructors grew up in Tenerife themselves and therefore they can tell you everything you need to know about the island!
We really enjoyed the kayak tour and highly recommend it. The combination of working out and sightseeing is the best! Many thanks to Cao and his team for this memorable experience kayaking in Tenerife!
We booked an excursion sailing in Tenerife with departure from Puerto Colón, near Los Cristianos, in the South part of the island. This sailing tour promised to take us to discover some dolphins and whales in their natural habitat. We were really excited to try this experience.
The funny part was, that one of our friends, Philip, from Portimão, who’s also a partner of SeaBookings, recommend us to work with this tour operator in Puerto Colón. And even funnier was that I, Bo, had already met the skipper of this boat, in Portugal, on Philip’s wedding last year! So, it was very cool to meet Federico again, this time on his lovely boat in Tenerife. The boat is a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42i or the Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 42 with capacities up to 11 people each.
Discover the local wildlife on a sailing yacht
Our experience sailing in Tenerife
We arrived a bit late to Perto Colón as there was a traffic jam on the highway down South due to an accident. Luckily, we easily found a place to park the car in the harbor of Colón and immediately found the tour operator. After a warm welcome, we walked to the boat where Federico was already waiting for us with 6 more people on board. Federico gave us a brief safety explanation and explained what we could expect to do and see during the tour.
We did this tour in April and the weather was not ideal. While the temperature was OK (but a little too cold to swim), there was almost no wind. Luckily, as we sailed further out, using the motors, we soon found some wind and enjoyed the feeling of sailing. Damn, I love this feeling so much! No engine, no noise, just the power of nature!
We had a great time in the middle of the Atlantic (literally!)
While enjoying the sailing, Federico was continuously chatting with us and the other participants. He was enthusiastically sharing all his knowledge about the island and the local biodiversity. And in the meantime, he was always checking how we were feeling and if we wanted to drink something. After a water, we accepted a cold beer, for the ultimate summer feeling!
About the local wildlife, we were lucky to see some common dolphins and even a fin whale. I was really impressed about the whale as I had never seen such a big and mystical creature. Unfortunately, it was quite shy and did not come close to the boat. But by the size of its back, it was huuuge!
If you like sailing, this tour is for you
After the sightings, we sailed back to closer to the shore. And in front of a sheltered bay, we anchored for some local tapas and drinks. Tapas taste even better on board of such a lovely sailing yacht and surrounded by our friends. Here we had the chance to snorkel but as it was not that warm and we were already a bit tired from the kayak tour that morning, we skipped.
We really enjoyed the tour and highly recommend it. The combination of sailing and cetaceans sighting is magical! Many thanks to Federico and the whole team for this memorable experience sailing in Tenerife!
By Lianne, responsible for the Spanish market and content/translations at SeaBookings:
A few months ago we were soaking up the sun in Tenerife when we stumbled across some nice activities available around the Los Cristianos area. Los Cristianos is a great place to visit if you want to eat, do some shopping or just relax in the sun. Walking along the boulevard really gives you that summer holiday vibe.
After we had some coffee and breakfast we decided we would try something new. A kayak tour to go snorkeling with turtles in Los Cristianos sounded like the perfect fit as we were very curious about what was waiting for us. We had a warm welcome by the owners Diana and Paul and a few people of our group were already busy squeezing into their wetsuits. We received our own wetsuits and Nikola was waiting for us outside to join her on this amazing tour.
After a quick introduction, we were ready to get into the sea
We came together at the beach and after a brief explanation, we went one by one into the water. We were the first couple getting into the water and because we already did a kayak tour with dolphins earlier in the week we felt like pro’s jumping onto the kayak and paddling away. Nikola told us we were going to a bay where the possibility to find a lot of turtles swimming in the water was extremely high.
The snorkeling with turtles in Los Cristianos is done by kayak, a great workout!
After a small workout paddling to the bay, Nikola asked us all to come together so she could tie a rope to the kayaks. In the meanwhile, we got our snorkeling gear ready and once she was ready we all dropped into the water. It was quite refreshing to be in the water after all the paddling and with the wetsuit, you don’t feel a thing! We were in Tenerife in the winter, so I can imagine it’s even possible to do snorkeling with turtles in Los Cristianos without a wetsuit in summer.
Once we were all in the water it didn’t take long for someone to spot a turtle or two. It’s actually quite funny because when you see them you really want to scream out to the whole group but obviously underwater it’s a bit difficult! We were given a GoPro by Paul, and lucky to capture these fantastic moments as you can see in the video I made for you! I know the perspective underwater is different but they really do come up so close you actually have to get out of the way!
Nikola told us to respect them and to never touch the animals because that could cause some unnecessary stress. For me, that’s common-sense but apparently not for everyone, as you can see damage on their shells on some of the photos. Paul told us that’s because of jet skis racing over the water. It made me sad thinking that humans were causing harm to these gracious creatures. I think it’s important to be aware of the flora and fauna and respect it when you are doing activities in the sea.
I think everyone enjoyed being so close and actually swimming with the turtles and if you are lucky enough you might catch a glance of some rays gliding elegantly at the bottom of the sea. We had more than enough time to enjoy the turtles and just floating around enjoying the water.
It’s impressive how close the turtles come!
Nikola then instructed us to slowly get back on to our kayaks and offered us help as it’s not as easy as it looks. We all then very happily paddled back to the beach while soaking up some more sun. On our way back you could sense a feeling of accomplishment and everyone was very impressed and talking about what they saw.
Tenerife is a true paradise for outdoor adventure lovers. We went with part of our team to visit Tenerife to get to know this island where we now also provide some great sea tours. As Tenerife has much more to offer than just sea tours, we’d like to share our favorite must-do activities in Tenerife.
You can find our must-do activities in Tenerife here:
We love nature, and not only the sea, so we decided to explore the North Western part of the island a bit, by foot. Cao, a local guide from Anaga Experiences, took us for a 3-hour hike in the stunning Anaga mountains. We highly recommend hiking with a guide as you’ll get to know so much about the local culture, nature and everything you want to know. Surely must-do activities in Tenerife for mountain lovers!
In Tenerife, there are several kayak tours. There are two in Los Cristianos, one to go find wild dolphins, which Lianne did and tells us about here. And one to go snorkeling with sea turtles. We choose to do one to explore the impressive Anaga mountains from a different perspective, from Playa de Las Teresitas. We’ll share our experience soon, here on the blog.
Fábio (SeaBookings’ CTO) and Carla went to have their first diving experience in Tenerife. They had a blast. They say there’s so much to see and even reminded them the colors and biodiversity they saw when they were snorkeling in Thailand! Fábio shared his memorable experience on the blog.
Yes, you can go exploring the underwater world without getting your hair wet! Lianne did this unique experience when she was visiting Tenerife. You can read her personal experience here.
Horse riding is also a nice way to discover the island
6. Horse riding
Femke, one of SeaBookings’ co-founders, is crazy about horses. So, she grabbed the chance to go horse riding to explore the local nature on a natural way. She highly recommends Horse Riding Adventures in Tenerife.
Natural warm swimming pools!
7. Natural swimming pools
Along the coast, you can find many natural swimming pools. They’re great for snorkeling and for kids to enjoy the sea in a safe way. We really liked the natural pools around Playa La Jaquita.
By car you’re most flexible and can explore the Teide Natural Park
8. Driving up to Teide
This drive is definitely worth it. The scenery is simply unique, like you’re on Mars!
We hope you have an amazing holiday in this natural paradise, also known as Tenerife! If you have any questions or recommendations about the must-do activities in Tenerife, feel free to contact us! We also recommend reading our tips for travelling to Tenerife, about flights, accommodation, food, etc.
We went scuba diving in Tenerife! Since a while ago I really wanted to try to go diving. I’ve had done snorkeling before, and, if you like snorkeling, to go diving was just a natural move. Carla, my wife, joined me for this unforgettable adventure.
Breathing underwater is a crazy experience! (credits: Amarilla Divers)
This last month we’ve spent a week in Tenerife. The island is magical, having lots of raw places, untouched by man, and filled with life (well, unless you go to the top of the Teide, there isn’t much life up there). The warm weather, the astonishing landscape, the peaceful relatively warm water, made my mind.
Fábio and Carla going through diving theory on the beach
Our experience first-time scuba diving in Tenerife
The diving experience we did is specially designed for people with no diving experience. It was my first dive, thrills and chills were going through my body (it’s not every day you will be 10m under the water for the first time!). The initial training, given by 3 great PADI certified instructors, was done at the beach, later completed with some in water exercises.
Is there a better place than this to try scuba diving?
We were READY to try scuba diving in Tenerife!
Going deeper under the water, I started to realize I was in a different world. A world with clear water, different kinds of mountains (it’s a volcanic island), lots of different fish, the fantastic colours. I was surprised with the amount of sea life you can find here that the words lack to describe what you can only feel.
I was lucky enough to see a Trumpetfish… and even an Angel shark!
The feeling of low gravity is great! (credits: Amarilla Divers)
These were some of the most memorable moments I can take from the memorable island of Tenerife.
If you wish to have such an amazing experience as I had you can book it here. Also, if you aleady have diving experiencxe and a licence, you should really go for a day out scuba diving in Tenerife! Have fun and share your experience with us!
Tenerife is one of the seven islands of the Canaries. The island group is part of Spain and located in the middle of the Atlantic, next to the Sahara. We went with part of our team on holidays in Tenerife to get to know this island where we now also provide some great sea tours. While “testing” some of our partners’ activities around Tenerife, we got to learn a lot of “inside” information about the island.
We flew from Lisbon to Madrid and from there to Tenerife
1. Flights for your holidays in Tenerife
From the main cities in Europe, you can find direct flights to Tenerife. Tenerife has two airports, Tenerife North or South. Choosing which airports depends a bit on where you’re planning to stay but actually, they’re not far away from each other, about 90 minutes by car.
We flew from Lisbon to Madrid (about one hour) with Easyjet and then from Madrid to Tenerife North (about 2,5 hours) with Ryanair. The total cost of this return flight was about 100€ per person at the end of April. We decided to also spend a night (one before and one after) in Madrid to also enjoy this city and make the journey feel “lighter”.
At some more local places, paying by card can be difficult
2. Language and currency
On the Canaries, Spanish is the official language. Not everybody speaks English but in the more touristic places, you’ll find a lot of English speakers.
The local currency is the Euro, like in Spain mainland. At most places, you can pay by card and you’ll also find a lot of ATMs around the island.
We went in April and had great weather
3. When to go on holidays in Tenerife
We decided to go on holidays in Tenerife at the end of April. For us, this timing was perfect. In fact, it was low season, right in between the busy seasons of Easter and Summer. We loved the empty beaches, calm roads and no queues at restaurants. We also loved this time of the year because nature is just stunning in Spring, especially in the jungly North part of the island. In addition to that, the weather was just fine. It was partially clouded in the North and sunnier in the South with temperatures around 25 degrees Celsius during the day.
During the Winter season, November to March, it gets quite busy at Tenerife with European tourists escaping the winter in central and Northern Europe. Then come the Easter holidays and then it gets busy again during the Summer, from June to September. In Summer, temperatures rise a lot and may become too hot for some people. If you like the feeling of a busy holiday destination and a wild party scene, Summer is ideal for you. If you prefer calmer holidays in Tenerife and want to enjoy nature, we recommend going off-season.
By car, you’re most flexible
3. Getting around in Tenerife
Tenerife is too big to do by foot or bike (at least for most of us). As there are no train and bus connections are not the best, we recommend to rent a car. We rented a car from Hertz and it was perfect. We easily picked it up at the airport and dropped it off at the end of our holidays. The cost was 80€ for 3 days and we spent 30€ in fuel. Fuel is rather cheap on the island, we paid less than 1€ per litre.
The roads around Tenerife are amazing. They’re all very new and safe, even at the most remote places like in the Anaga Mountains. Easiest to get around is by using a GPS or Google Maps. After 3 days, we did not even need it anymore to get to the airport as we already knew how to get around.
Our lovely home in Guimar
4. Where to stay during your holidays in Tenerife
Most people that go on holidays in Tenerife stay in the South part of the island. As we were looking for a more local experience, we decided to look for something else rather than the big hotels. We used airBnB and as we were 5, we found a very nice 3 room apartment in Guimar. Guimar is a local town in between the North Airport and the Southern one. As we had a car and were planning to explore different parts of the island, Guimar was just fine. But as locals say, Guimar is in the middle of nowhere and nothing happens there. We loved the apartment and its location and would recommend it you if you’re travelling with a similar mindset to ours.
Officially the best octopus ever!
5. What to eat in Tenerife
Seafood and fish! On an island, of course, you should eat what’s “given” by the sea. Bananas are also a much as the island is full of the banana plantations. We had a great culinary experience on the island. As such, we decided to share our food experience in a post about the best local restaurants in Tenerife.
Discover the local wildlife on a sailing yacht
6. Things to do in Tenerife
Beside sea tours, Tenerife has many things to do. It ’s a true paradise for outdoor activity lovers! Our colleague Nathalie already wrote a nice article about the best things to do in Tenerife. In fact, most of the things we did while visiting this wonderful island are already listed there. You can find our personal experiences here.
We hope you have an amazing holiday in this natural paradise, also known as Tenerife! If you have any questions or recommendations, feel free to contact us!
We went with part of our team on holidays in Tenerife to get to know this island where we also provide sea tours. While “testing” some of our partners’ activities around Tenerife, we got to learn a lot of “inside” information about the island. Some tips where of course about the best restaurants in Tenerife. So, every day we had some new local restaurants in Tenerife to check out. We decided to share our favourite spots. Be aware that we’re a fan of authentic, basic and good food, no luxury or fancy places.
This is our top 4 of the best local restaurants in Tenerife
This restaurant had been recommended to us by one of our colleagues who had already visited the island before. Located in the touristy Los Cristianos, we were not full of expectations as we usually prefer more local restaurants in Tenerife. After walking a bit as we could not find the spot, we asked for directions to some people and they told us it was just around the corner but hidden behind the pharmacy. We then immediately found this literally “hidden” gem. We arrived around 13h30 and the mini restaurants with only seats outdoor, on a terrace, was packed. Fortunately, a table became free quickly.
El Cine is a fish restaurant, with both grilled and fried options. For the non-fish-fans, there are chicken wings, or eggs, which are a speciality too. We ordered some dishes to share and it was perfectly enough. We were 5 and ordered 4 dishes (fish of the day, grilled sardines, clamares – a huge fried squid – and chicken) with 2 portions of Canarian potatoes and two portions of salad. We were all fan of the calamares that was already recommended to us by Federico, the skipper of the sailing tour we had done the day before. The Canarian potatoes with the local red and green sauces (mojo) are incredible and the salad made out of tomato and onions was surely one of the simplest but most tasteful ones we ever had.
We’re sure this is one of the best local restaurants in Tenerife and will definitely come back if we’re visiting the island again.
The price we paid per person: 12€
Ordering without knowing what you’ll get. That’s a local experience!
Casa de Fernando, is more a snack bar rather than a restaurant. It’s got a bar and only a 3-4 tables for 3/3 people each. This spot was recommended to us by Cao, our guide of the walking and kayak tour we did. Casa de Fernando is located near Playa de las Teresitas, one of the few white sanded beaches of the island. From there, we have very nice SUP and kayak tours. Be aware that on Google Maps, the name of the restaurant is slightly different: Bar Los Churritos.
Officially the best octopus ever!
As Cao, the kayak tour guide, said, at this snack bar, we should eat stewed octopus and mini fried squids (“Chopitos”) with Canarian potatoes (papas arrugadas) and “mojo”. We did not try the typical “Churros de Pescado” but will come back one day! Accompanied by some cold beer, this was just what we longed for after the kayak tour. We’re used to delicious Portuguese seafood, but we must admit this octopus and squids were incredibly fresh and well done. We strongly recommend this spot for a truly local experience.
The price we paid per person: 8€
Puchero: It may not look that tasty, but believe us, it is!
After our beautiful 3 hour hike in the Anaga Mountains in North Tenerife, Cao, the guide, took us for a typical lunch at a restaurant. We’re sure this is one of the most authentic local restaurants in Tenerife. The place is basically a garage turned into a restaurant. It’s quite a drive, but we totally recommend it as the food experience is unique and the drive is stunning. You’ll park on a lot with chicken walking around you.
To eat, we followed Cao’s suggestions and we had bread and local white goat cheese to start. We were drinking a very local red wine, rather fruity. After the cheese, we had a funny kind of dough made out of vegetables, grain flour and meat stock, called “Escaldón de Gofio”. This is eaten with a red sauce and raw onion. Half of the groups loved it, the other not so much… The main course was Puchero, a very local stew with beef and a lot of veggies, like sweet potato, normal potato, corn, cabbage, courgette and pumpkin. We all liked this dish and it reminded us of the Portuguese “cozido”. For desert, we accepted the suggestion of the local “sweet coffee” – Barraquito. Basically, it’s coffee with milk with condensed milk and a local liquor. It reminded us of a mini Irish coffee. Very sweet, but recommended too.
You can visit this restaurant on your own, but we actually suggest to go for a hike in the mountains with Cao before, the get the full experience, like we did.
This town was recommended to us by Federico, the skipper of the sailing tour we did in Puerto de Colón. He said El Médano was like a cooler and layback town with a stunning beach and many small tapa bars on squares and along the beach with incredible views. As soon as we entered this town, we felt the vibe Federico was talking about. We were all immediately a fan of El Médano. As it was around 19h30, we decided to walk a bit around and look for a nice spot for some tapas. That’s when we ran into Manfred, a cool informal bar with a nice terrace with a view over the bay. While enjoying some reggae music, we ordered a jar of Sangria, the speciality of the house. We ended up ordering another one as it was indeed delicious. For tapas to share, we finally tried two local kinds of cheese we heard about: Almogrote Picantón and fresh grilled goat cheese with Tenerife honey and marmalade. Both were served with bread and a true taste explosion. The Almogrote Picantón is like a more mature minced cheese to spread on bread. On top of that, we had some Albondigas, nachos with guacamole and olives.
By Lianne, responsible for the Spanish market and content/translations at SeaBookings:
In Tenerife, I stumbled upon a new exciting activity to do. A submarine tour in Tenerife! Yes, you can go exploring the underwater world without getting your hair wet! For some people, diving can be pretty overwhelming experience but with this activity, it is possible to see the sea life without diving. Well, you will dive, but inside one of the few 15 commercial most hi-tech tourist submarines operating in the world today.
I went on a submarine tour in Tenerife!
I wanted to try something new, so I decided to do this tour in a submarine tour in Tenerife. The harbor of San Miguel is very spacious and there is a large selection of boats and yachts, but it’s pretty impossible to ignore the yellow submarine down at the end of the harbor! You could immediately see many families and groups already excited by the idea of diving in a submarine. Families, friends, couples or as me (alone), everyone was welcome! This submarine tour in Tenerife is suitable for everyone! I have to say that immediately you notice that everything is very well organized, and you don’t have to worry about anything.
I had a warm welcome by the friendly staff and they gave me a quick explanation of the tour and I received my ticket to enter the submarine. I was introduced to Gioia who would lead the tour and explain everything we could see during the tour. If I had any doubts or questions, then she could explain it to me in detail.
A picture to remember the excursion
Before departure, I was waiting in the sun and I saw buses arriving with people who also wanted to go on a submarine tour, I thought that was a great alternative to the logistics of bringing a car. Although I would definitely still recommend renting a car to discover the island as public transport isn’t as well organized as you would hope.
Before entering, the staff took a picture of each group on top of the submarine. Then they guided me to my seat and I was really amazed by seeing the captains place (yes, I was sitting really close!). Once everyone took their seats, Gioia, our tour guide, told us more about the submarine and we could see a live feed of the submarine disappearing into the water. We all have this general idea of what a submarine is, but when you actually sitting there experiencing the dive it’s all a bit crazy being underwater with 40 other people. While we were taking off, Gioia explained everything in three different languages (Spanish, English and German). It’s cool because when I asked her she told me she speaks five different languages fluently (Spanish, English, German, French and Italian). So there’s no need to worry about not understanding, from what I understood, all the guides are multilingual.
We could see a wreck and several species of fish
It was funny that from the very beginning there was one single fish swimming next to my window which I thought was already amazing, but as I was about to find out this was just the beginning! Shortly after I saw a shipwreck, different schools of fish and rays! During the tour there was always a support boat with us for extra safety as well as divers, which I discovered later were feeding the fish and all of a sudden there were so many, it was amazing!
This dive took us down over 30 meters below the Atlantic Ocean and it is so weird because I was just sitting on a chair behind a window and the atmosphere is totally normal. You don’t even notice you are diving that deep. And I can tell it’s deep because I dived before and my ears were hurting already at 23 meters.
The rays were impressive!
I really recommend this tour to everyone because it is so much fun to do this and talk about what you are seeing during the dive (with a normal dive you can’t talk of course). So, even your old grandmother of 84 years old or your 2-year-old nephew can have this amazing experience!
And I got my certificate of this submarine tour in Tenerife 🙂
In the end, everyone received their personal diving certificate stating that you have completed an underwater submarine voyage in the Atlantic Ocean. Oh, and the photo they took before departure is a gift as well. That is a very nice souvenir, isn’t it? Thank you very much Goia for the clear explanations during the tour, I really enjoyed it. If I go back to Tenerife I would definitely do this submarine tour in Tenerife again!
Tenrife – The Island of Eternal Spring. No wonder that the biggest and most populated canary island is Spain’s most important tourist destination. Find out the things to do in Tenerife – why over 5 Million tourists visit this volcanic paradise every year. Not only do you find mild climate all year round, with temperatures always ranging between 20-30°C. The island also has a lot of things to do to offer! Nature, culture, relaxation or nightlife. In Tenerife, you have it all!
Being an island, the best things to do in Tenerife certainly have a lot to do with the sea. In Tenerife, you find beautiful sandy beaches as well as wild rocky beaches. And thanks to the vast volcanic landscape and the Teide, the highest peak of all Spain, there are also a lot of other things to do in Tenerife, that are not sea-related.
The beautiful island is perfect for all kinds of travellers. It is super family friendly, offering a lot of water parks and activities for kids. Hikers will love Tenerife for its many hiking trails through mystic laurel forests and up to the (sometimes snowy) peak of the Teide. And of course, lovers of watersports have plenty of things to do in Tenerife!
Due to volcanic eruptions many decades ago, the island has a unique and very special climate. If you cross the island from the south to the north, you will experience the amazing variety of microclimates. During Winter, you can sometimes lie on one of the sandy beaches and enjoy the sun, while looking up to the Teide and its snowy peak! This is what makes Tenerife so special and so popular as a holiday destination!
We want to share some of the best things to do in Tenerife with you, to make sure you enjoy this magic island to the fullest!
Some of our favourite things to do in Tenerife:
Trail Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Canyon)
Like hiking? The Barranco del Infierno is a must!
As already mentioned above, one of the best things to do in Tenerife is hiking. Of all the many hiking trails, the trail to Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Canyon) is certainly one of the most beautiful ones. Hike through the wild, untouched nature of this Special Nature Reserve. There are guided hikes, that take about 3,5 hours.
Only 300 people are allowed to enter the Nature Reserve every day, so be sure to book in advance. This rule is to keep the nature as pure as it is and to not disturb the wildlife. During your hike, make sure to look up: You will be able to see bird species like hawks, eagles and ravens. The highlight of this trail is the canyon of over 200m! A true natural beauty, that will amaze you and leave you in awe!
Of course, we love sea-related activities, that’s why our next activity on the list of the best things to do in Tenerife is this beautiful sailing tour! In the waters of Tenerife live plenty of dolphins and whales, and this sailing tour takes you to see them! Seeing those wild animals in their natural habitat is one of those things you will never forget!
On the deck of the beautiful boat, you can also relax and get tanned. If it gets too hot, go for a swim in the ocean. The crew even brings along snorkelling gear! For us, this is a great way to spend your holidays and one of the best things to do in Tenerife!
The Tabaiba Wreck is one of our favourite spots for diving in Tenerife
For people who would love to discover the underwater world of the island, but don’t want to do a full diving course, this is one of the best things to do in Tenerife! You get to go scuba diving in the local marine reserve or on a reef, where you can see the colourful life under water.
The diving school offers a small introduction before going down, and there is a diving instructor by your side during the entire dive! For about 40 minutes, you get to feel absolute freedom, diving through the waters of Tenerife together with a lot of fish and even octopus!
Animal lovers will love this kayak tour! This kayak tour in Tenerife takes you out to see and swim with sea turtles and rays. For many people, this is a dream come true! Usually, very soon the first few turtles come to greet you. Jump out of your kayak to swim with those beautiful and calm creatures. Go snorkelling and see some rays elegantly swimming beneath you. And at the same time, you get to stay fit and discover the beautiful coastline of the island. This is a very special kayak tour, and definitely one of the best things to do in Tenerife!
We hope you have a beautiful holiday in this natural paradise, also known as Tenerife! If you have any questions or recommendations, feel free to contact us!