We will cross the Canarian pine forests until we reach the Teide National Park, located about 2000 meters above sea level. This natural space was declared a National Park in 1954, with the aim of protecting this landscape of incredible beauty and high ecological value.
Along the way, we will make some stops so that you can admire everything that this natural space offers. The Cañadas del Teide form a 17 km caldera. on which the peak of the volcano sits. A landscape that with its cones, streams and caves seems to be from another planet.
Later we will go to the base of the cable car where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Ucanca Valley.
Optionally and based upon availability you can take the Teide Cable Car to La Rambleta station, located at 3550m, where you will be a few meters from the highest peak in Spain.
We will visit the Roques de García, where you will see one of the most emblematic images of Tenerife, as well as other stunning features of the National Park. Finally, we will begin to return, descending and leaving behind the Teide National Park to return to the points of origin.