Are you tired of the tedious nature of your everyday life? Have you become a sour person out of stress? Would you rather be somewhere you can relax and engage in activities to achieve that this summer? Then pack your bag and come with me to Tenerife.
WHAT AND WHERE IS TENERIFE?
Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary Islands in the archipelago with a population larger than the rest of the other islands. It is an expanse of land in Spain surrounded by the Atlantic ocean. It is a place that will delight you with tourist attractions which will keep you coming back for more. What more? It is a place so deeply rooted in culture, the theme should be education and entertainment which is why they say that there are things to do in Tenerife that you can't do anywhere else.
THE THINGS YOU CAN AND SHOULD DO IN TENERIFE
Here are lists of fun things you can try when you go to Tenerife.
10. VISIT THE MUSEUM OF NATURE AND MAN
How many times have you wanted to go to a museum or a gallery just to see art and have an insight into the lives of the people in history through archaeological discoveries but wasn't able to because you were just too busy to or you just kept procrastinating till you ran out of time? Well, it's not too late for you. Here in Tenerife, there is a museum which displays the archeological artefacts that were found in the Canary Islands. It displays stone tools and has within it the 17th Century Civil Hospital in Tenerife. It is also a great place to socialize and meet people who are as interested in the fun part of living like you.
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9. GO STARGAZING IN TEIDE
Some people have described Teide at night as one of the numerous wonders of the world. The sky is clear, the stars are bright and the air is filled with the happiness of people who have come to enjoy themselves. It is one of those places to fall in love again with your partners this summer or if you don't have one, find love. Believe me, this is where half the fairytales you've ever read were created.
8. ENGAGE IN WATER RELATED SPORTS
Tenerife is a city surrounded on all sides by water and with water, there is no limit to the number of things that you can do from surfing to snorkeling. All you need are your gears and a mind to enjoy yourself as much as possible.
7. VISIT AQUALAND
Aqualand is a water park located in Costa Adeje. It is one of the most famous water parks scattered all over Tenerife Island. It features water rides like slides, controlled rapids, and a Dolphinarium. It gives you an experience of the ocean at your convenience and without you having to take any risk. Also, the park is beautiful and it is a great place to take memorable pictures with your friends or kids.
6. GO DOLPHIN AND WHALE WATCHING
If you are the type who holds a lot of interest in marine life, then Tenerife without, a doubt is one of the best places for you to be. There are a lot of water creatures that are usually found along the coastal lines of Tenerife and two of them are dolphins and whales.
The kinds of dolphins you can see resident in the waters of Tenerife and the Canary Islands, in general, include the Bottlenose, the Risso and the Striped Dolphins which are found of occasionally migrating into the waters from other places.
5. VISIT THE CAVES IN CUEVA DEL VIENTO
The caves of Cueva del Viento are beautiful volcano tunnels surrounded by fossils and lava lakes that were created by the lava from the eruption of a volcano. You will definitely enjoy walking through them.
4. GO TO THE BEACH
Really, go to the beach.
One of the perks of being surrounded by water is enjoying the benefit of a wide array of beaches and an assortment that is enough to leave most people awed.
In Tenerife, there are a lot of beaches from popular ones to local ones so much that 10 are on the list of the best beach resorts in the world.
3. GO SCUBA DIVING ON TABAIBA SHIPWRECK
Deliberately sunk in 2006 to spur tourists into scuba diving, this activity makes the list of one of the best thing to do on Tenerife. It is mostly a daylight sport to engage in. If you want to do this though, remember to take a diver with you even if you are an expert in scuba diving.
2. GO ON A ROADTRIP to MASCA
Originally a place cut off from the rest of Tenerife, the road to the small town is surrounded on all sides by beautiful plants for the passengers to enjoy.
1. GO KITE DIVING OR SKY DIVING
Tenerife from the sky is still as breathtaking as Tenerife on land if not even more.
In order to enjoy your time in Tenerife, one of the first things you need to do as a tourist is to get a tour guide who can advise you on fun places to visit, take you to those places and amazing things to do. Read more - 'Top-100 Things to do in Tenerife'.
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