The geological history of Tenerife is closely related to its volcanic origins. We’ve introduced you before to the history of Mount Teide’s volcanic eruptions, but how was the volcano even formed? Three islands were formed simultaneously by continuous volcanic eruptions, merging together over millions of years due to volcanic activity into the Island of Tenerife we
Tenerife’s coastline is characterized by being mostly abrupt and with beautiful but not very accessible, dark volcanic landscapes, especially in the north of the Island. Nevertheless, there are some very nice natural sandy beaches in Tenerife, some of them can be crowded in summer and others are usually hidden and harder to find. At Teide
The Teide National Park has a very special tree surviving over the centuries on top of its volcanic soils, even after volcanic eruptions: a Pine Tree that is fire resistant, yes you have read correctly! The Canarian Pine Tree is not exclusive to the Teide National Park but it differs from the normal Pine Tree
It is well known that the Canary Islands and the Mount Teide Volcano are amongst the best locations in the World to study the sky, including Hawaii. ¿What do they have in common to be the preferred spot for astronomers to watch the stars? 1. The altitude and volcanic origins Hawaii and the Canary Islands
At Teide By Night we know how important it is for you to organize your stay in Tenerife well, with a visit to the most emblematic and charming places on the island, such as the visit to Volcano Teide that we organize.
Since last April, Teide By Night has become the First and Only Certified Excursion in the world by the Starlight Foundation. This worldwide recognition strenghthen the commitment of all the members of the Teide By Night team to transmit knowledge and respect for the night sky and the elements that surround it.