The ascent of Las Cañadas del Teide National Park (the oldest of the national parks in the Canary Islands, the most visited in Europe and the tenth in the world, and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain) on this occasion takes place in Vilaflor (in the Abona region), a town located at 1,414 metres above sea level. It is the least populated municipality on the island and has no coastline. Here was born in the seventeenth century the first Canarian saint: Brother Pedro.
We finish the tour in the prestigious Loro Parque del Puerto de la Cruz, one of the tourist attractions of Tenerife that registers more visitors a year. This theme park, which combines a tropical and subtropical garden and a zoo, encompasses numerous species of flora (orchids, cacti or dragos) and fauna (chimpanzees, dolphins, flamingos, sea lions, killer whales, penguins or tigers) in the 135,000 square metres of its facilities. In addition to offering a range of shows among which stand out dolphins, parrots, orcas or parrots, the enclosure has dolphinarium and aquarium, restaurant service and picnic areas.
Open since 1972, more than 40 million visitors have passed through this theme park so far. Since its creation in 1994, the Loro Parque Foundation has promoted the protection, conservation and recovery of endangered species. It has also participated in European breeding programmes for endangered species such as the yellow-eared parrot or the hyacinth macaw.
- Transportation to and from your hotel in the south of Tenerife
- Entrance to Loro Parque
Age of children:
Child rate (from 6 to 11 years old): entrance fee to the park.
Mini Rate (between 2-5 years old): no entrance fee to the park.