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Well worth a visit if you are in Tenerife. We hired a car which meant you had plenty of time to stop off and take in the views at the various viewing points. There are a couple of main routes up to the volcano from...More
We hired a car, and drove from Santa Cruz on the TF-5, then on to TF-21, and the scenery up through the national park was breath taking, as you rise up through the clouds, there are plenty of view points to stop at and take...More
We went on a half day trip to teide we was picked up at 8 outside ole tropical hotel it took us about an hour to get there and it was amazing we drove threw the rain forest and the view from the coach was...More
El Teide is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to El Teide.
A have to see when on Tenerife. The pine tree line greed against the azure blue sky on way up are stunning. Super wired actually being higher than the cloud line - makes the other worldliness of the lunaresque landscapes even more surreal.
We booked a full day trip by coach from Los Cristianos. Worked out about €100 for the three of us. First half of the day took us towards Mount Teide which is an impressive drive through the volcanic landscape. We stopped at a coach stop...More
The only shameful thing about it was that we booked a half day tour, the bus stopped off in Vilaflor for a coffee stop, and should really have gone on up to the peak, so we only had about 45 minutes up the top before...More
Get there before 10:30 so queues aren’t long and only a minimal wait for cable car or book tickets online to save queueing for tickets then having to go to be back of queue for cable car. At the top there are 3 trails with...More
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We trekked to the summit before 9am so didn’t need a permit, otherwise I believe that you do, as they have to limit the number at the top (it’s a smaller space). If you really want to do it you can either hike up... More
We trekked to the summit before 9am so didn’t need a permit, otherwise I believe that you do, as they have to limit the number at the top (it’s a smaller space). If you really want to do it you can either hike up through the early morning and get to the top for sunrise (7.30am and lots of tour guides can help with this) or stay overnight in the refuge and again trek up for sunrise. That way you do not need a permit but do have to be down from the summit by 9am.
Hope that helps,