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Activities & events. There is plenty to do on this beautiful island... Your just about to find out what. 1. Climbing Teide. Teide can be climbed weekly trips are organised every week at least once. 3 rd highest volcano in the world EVER!!! Active volcano erupts every 100 years - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Activities & eventsThere is plenty to do on this beautiful island...Your just about to find out what...

1. Climbing Teide

Teide can be climbed weekly trips are organised every week at least once.

3rd highest volcano in the world EVER!!!

Active volcano erupts every 100 years

At 3718 m above sea level, and approximately 7500 m above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, it is the highest mountain inSpain, highest point in theAtlantic Oceanand the 13th highest mountain in theEuropean Union excluding theAlps

2. Anaga

2.AnagaAnaga is placed on the north-eastern peninsula.

This area and theTeno Mountainsare the only parts of the island that were not covered by the volcanic eruptions that formed the Teide, about 600,000 years ago. The landscape is therefore entirely different from large parts of Tenerife

Again a beautiful place to see, the scenery is just amazing!!

Lord of the Rings was filmed thereTRAVELIs better to drive there as driving is part of experiencing the WOW factor of the rangeBus/Taxi

3. Masca walkMasca is one of the most picturesque parts of the island and is the tip of the northwest that is covered by the Teno Mountains.

Reputed to have been a Pirate hideaway, the small Bay of Masca on the coast is a three-hour walk from the village through stunning scenery

There is lush waterfalls on the way down some you can bathe in and in the heat its a godsend!!

3. MASCA WALKDURATION: 3hrs without breaks, 4-5 hours with stops having lunch, waterfall bathe and for you photographers youll need 5 hours!TRAVEL and LOGISTICS: 1 Bus/Taxi/Car to Los GigantesTaxi costs 40-45, Car arrange yourselves, Bus check out: http://www.titsa.com/ (as bus timetable is ever changing)2 Taxi to Masca from Los Gigantes20 per taxi/ 4 persons per taxi 3 Walk down Masca

4 Boat pick up from Masca8 reduced price if you tell them you are AWF volunteers (pay this at Nashiro Uno office)

For these 2 steps speak to Nashiro Uno office in Los Gigantes(located on the slope down to the port) Tell them how many people are walking and if you would like a boat to pick you up at the end of the walk.

4.SURFING5 minutes to the left of Monkey Beach there is a good surf point, perfect for beginners Precautions are that it is a rock beach so be careful Can rent boards and lessons for 10- 15 along the beach there are many surf shops to do so

Taganana(Anaga) surfing is great with black beach, advisable to be an experienced surfer as sea is rough, rocks in water . Will need to take your own board too.On other side of island so driving is best to get there and sleep over at beach overnight if you like.

5. Canoeing/KayakingAvailable at weekend in Los Gigantes

Meet at the port, 2 hours canoeing time, canoe near the cliffs (2nd highest sea cliffs in the world absolutely spectacular and canoe near fish farms which is where dolphins are found)

Reduced from 23- 20 More info @:http://www.tenoactivo.com/eng/index.htm Contact: 922 12 80 60

6.PARAGLIDINGInstructor:RobertoPicks you up from Aroma cafe (near the supermarket and BP down the road) the takes you to the take off locationNormal price 90, for a small group reduced to 70 Breathtaking views whilst you glide, an exhilarating experience for you adrenaline junkies!Contact Roberto on 609261796 (connection varies as he lives high up)

7. Scuba DivingMore info at :http://www.divingblueplanettenerife.com/about_es.phpPresentations from the divers from Blue Planet come every Monday evening to give more info on what the offerThey offer Openwater Padi, Advanced, Rescue Diver and for you guys who want to just try it out a try dive.Things you may see: Big sea turtles, sharks, rays, many types of fish, moray eels, water spiders, wrecks, starfish, sea horses and much more.Prices: 25 for trial dive(beginners) reduced from 55Qualified divers: 100 package for 4 pleasure dives175 Padi openwater course

8.Puerto COLONMany ports offer excursions lots of them advertised at Puerto Colon including:Jet skiingParascendingBanana boatingFly fishTrips to water parks (bearing in mind Loro Parque, Aqualand and Siam Park do have cetaceans in captivity)Day trips to La Gomera island

9.MarketsSanta Cruz and Los Cristianos have cultural fusion markets with lots to offer for gifts and other bits and bobs.

SANTA CRUZ: Sunday market located near bus stationLOS CRISTIANOS: Markets Saturday and Sunday located near beach