Tenerife Island The largest island in the archipelago of the seven Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It occupies a central position relative to the islands of the archipelago
Tenerife is known as the island of eternal spring thanks to its agreeable year-round temperatures, although summer can be scorchingly hot and dry. For cooler weather, spring or autumn are your best bet, with the south being slightly warmer and drier than the north. That’s thanks to dormant volcano Mount Teide, which helps block the rain and wind. If ocean swimming is your aim, August is the best time – the average sea temperature is a dreamy 23°C. Flight deals are usually on between September to December and March to May (except during the Easter break).
See a full jungle’s worth of exotic animals in a beautifully maintained tropical paradise
Get aquatic with live dolphin and orca shows, Europe’s largest shark tunnel, and the biggest indoor penguin habitat in the world!
Learn about lions, lemurs, parrots and more — there’s edutainment for the whole family at Tenerife’s most impressive zoological and botanical park
Watch birds of prey, exotic birds, and sea lions at the live shows, and spend feeding time with the penguins
Get wet and wild in the waterpark frequently ranked the world’s best!
Feel the thrill on adrenaline-pumping rides like The Dragon, Tower of Power, and Kinnaree, or take it slow(er) on the Lazy River and The Giant – plus many more!
Ride 1,200 meters up to the top of Mount Teide, an active volcano and UNESCO World Heritage Site
Enjoy stunning views from your specially refurbished cable car as it completes its 8-minute journey
See stars as you peer into some of the most powerful telescopes in the galaxy, at the world’s largest solar observatory.Learn about the importance of astrophysics and solar observation in the interactive group workshop
See Tenerife’s own pyramids and marvel at these 12-meter towers of ancient volcanic rock
Uncover the mysteries of their construction, and decide for yourself why these unique monuments were built