Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
After transfering to Los Cristianos, we’ll have a brief meeting for information.
First we’ll take a ferry to San Sebastian de La Gomera. Then we’ll trek across the island of La Palma and El Hierro. Thereupon our culminating point will be La Mérica, until we arrive to the Gran Rey Valley.
After visiting the National Park of Garajonay we will head towards Hermigua. And on the way there, we’ll get to visit Roque de Agando, a mountain that will provide us with some of the best views of the island. Also, we’ll explore the Laurisilva forest, cross the hermitage of Nuestra Señora de Lourdes and arrive at the Cedar. Then, we’ll head to the Cedro canyon, admire the Chorro Waterfalls and the Teide.
We’ll begin by taking a ferry to Tenerife. Then, we will head towards Masca, a beautiful beach with mesmerizing sceneries. Thereupon a ship will pick us up to take us to Port of the Giants.
Our day begins exploring El Palmar, across banana plantations and beautiful sceneries. Then, we’ll hike through a forest until we reach Las Almejeras. After that, we’ll grab lunch at the village of Erjos. Finally, we’ll descend through a dazzling canyon.
On this day we’ll explore the Cañadas del Teide National Park. And then, we will head to the Guajara Mountain where we’ll reach the Degollada de Guajara (2,385 m). After arriving to the summit of Guajara we will descend through the same route.
Our last day will be devoted to the Natural Park of Anaga. Also we’ll explore Las Casas de Afur. After which we’ll head towards its homonymous canyon. Then we will visit the Tamadite Beach, a true treasure in the island, as you can only arrive by foot or by sea. Later, we will head to Taganana, and cross old vineyards to try the local wine. Finally we will arrive at the San Roque Beach.
Finally on our last day, we will transfer to the airport to end our journey
Please bring the following items:
Backpack (20-30 litres).
Head lamp (extra batteries)
Bottle of water
First aid kit
I am a High Mountain Professional Guide and a Geology Graduate. I am also a member of the AEGM (Spanish Association of Mountains Guides).
I have wide experience developing and guiding trips. I practice different activities, like alpinism and skiing. But I never forgot cycling, my other big passion.
As CEO and Travel Guide of Muntania Outdoors, I enjoy sharing all of my experience and enthusiasm for exploring new destinations to create new trips for my guests.
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