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
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.
In previous posts we have talked about the delightments of Canarian cuisine, a perfect reason to visit this paradise in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
On April 22 we will celebrate the Mother Earth Day, and it is the perfect moment to remember how this oasis in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean appeared. Canary Islands are recognized all around the globe thanks to its hot climate, the value of its landscapes and its gastronomy with a great amount of
Did you know firsts almond trees to bloom in Spain are located in Santiago del Teide? For those enthusiastic about photography and nature, almond tree blooming is an event worth seeing.
Whether you have visited Tenerife or just heard about it, you will agree that everyone loves our good weather. With the arrival of Spring the island blooms and covers itself with special colors, some of them unique of their zone. Tenerife is one of the most famous from Canary Islands, both for its variety of
Although it is an inactive volcano, Teide receive many visitors each year because of its endemic fauna and flora, in addition to the magnificent scenery.
If you are planning your holidays in Tenerife during Easter here are some activities and places that you cannot miss. Benijo Beach In March the temperatures in Tenerife are high. Although not as much as in summer, this March we will reach 21º. Sunny enough to at least visit the beach once. Particularly for these
When it comes to Tenerife, one thing that’s talked about the most other than the scenery and of course the Teide volcano, which is the most popular attraction in the place, it’s the weather.