Explore Garachico’s natural lava pools in this colonial port that was once home to the American colonists and gateway for trade between Europe and the New World in the 16th and 17th centuries. It is known for its many wine shops and also home to the oldest living Roca tree, just one of the many species of exotic and unique flora and fauna in this fertile Mediterranean climate.
Then off to the Cave of the Wind. Thought to be the largest volcanic cave in the world, the Cueva del Viento (Cave of the Wind) has a known length of over 17 kilometers. It consists of a complex lava tube with several entrances, is the largest lava tube in the European Union. It presents great internal complexity, a wide variety of geomorphological structures, and a unique fauna, both living and fossilized. Other caves, also very extensive, are found in other nooks of the town: these include San Marcos, Punto Blanco, El Rey, and Felipe Reventón.
Next, we take the curvy road to Masca. At an altitude of 600 meters, Masca is a small village at the foot of the Teno Mountain range where Tenerife’s original settlers lived. The sight of Masca’s homes perched on narrow mountain ridges along with deep cypress and palm tree covered ravines make this one of the most picturesque parts of the island.
Includes: Breakfast, guided sightseeing with private transportation, lunch
The strait dividing Tenerife from the island of La Gomera is populated with one of the most important colony of pilot whales on the planet together along with Bottlenose dolphins. Up to 21 different species of mammals live in these waters, meaning that visitors are practically guaranteed to spot free-living dolphins or whales on any wildlife spotting excursion that sets sail from southern Tenerife every day.
Includes: Breakfast, whale watch
After breakfast, depart for Loro Parque, a world-class attraction that was originally intended to be a refuge for parrots. Today, the park houses an immense diversity of animal species, integrated amidst palm trees and other exotic plants. Its commitment to conservation and sustainability has made Loro Parque one of the most recognized zoos in the world, boosting over 44 million visitors since its gates first opened in 1972.
Includes: breakfast and Loro Parque entrance fee along with the park's own included luxury transportation
Siam Park is recognized by TripAdvisor as the best water theme park in the World! The exceptional Thai architecture, lush vegetation and the white sand and turquoise waters of Siam beach truly stand out. If you're daring enough, make sure to try out the Volcano or Dragon rides!
Includes: Breakfast, Siam Park entrance fee.
After breakfast at the hotel, visit La Gomera, an island of hidden beauty. Discover and explore this island in chauffeur driven jeeps, enjoying the open air and panoramic views. Enter the Garajonay National Park and be amazed by the ancient rain forest, visit small and tranquil villages, sample traditional Gomeran cuisine in a local restaurant and discover ancient legends while learning about the fascinating whistling language which you can only find on this island. This language, called "Silbo" is on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
There is also time to explore San Sebastian, the islands capital city, once visited by Christopher Columbus on his way to discover the new world. Step back in time and discover the unique charm and dramatic scenery of this unspoiled island.
Includes: hotel pick up and drop off, ferry transportation to La Gomera, transportation within the island, lunch, and a demonstration of the Silbo language.