Explore Unspoiled Nature in Tenerife

Tenerife, an island full of breathtaking landscapes and nature adventures, offers a wide range of trekking and walking excursions with Canaventura. With a wide selection of routes suitable for all experience levels, exploring the island on foot is an unforgettable experience that will take you through spectacular views and discover the island's rich flora and fauna.

Camino Real difficulty: This ancient royal route offers a challenge of medium difficulty, but is rewarded with breathtaking views of the majestic Teide. During the walk, you will pass through cultivated terraces and have the opportunity to get up close to tropical fruits such as bananas, mangoes and papayas, along with a variety of animals, including goats and ostriches.

Pueblos Canarios – Difficulty: easy: This easy walk will take you among the cultivated terraces of a charming village in the south of the island. You will discover local agriculture, fauna and flora as you visit ancient wash houses, tile kilns and threshing floors. A journey through time that will allow you to immerse yourself in the traditional life of Tenerife.

Teide Light – Difficulty: easy: On this easy hike, you will explore the Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walking among Los Roques de Garcia, you will admire lava flows and volcanic formations, while observing up close the extraordinary fauna and flora of this mineral and volcanic landscape.

La Laguna-Anaga – Difficulty: easy: An adventure in the “laurisilva” forest of Las Mercedes, a UNESCO world heritage site, awaits you on this easy hike. You'll start the day by exploring the local market in La Laguna, before immersing yourself in the natural beauty and biological diversity of Anaga.

Thanks to trekking it becomes a journey of discovery and adventure, allowing you to connect with nature in an authentic and memorable way. Whether you are an experienced hiker or a beginner, there is a perfect route for you, ready to offer you an unforgettable experience in Tenerife.

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