Tenerife travel

Btw, I was very nervous about booking my own Tenerife Airport Transfer as I've never had to do it before and I was terrified of ending up stranded at the airport with my kids and no spare money to arrange alternative transport, so the relief I felt when I walked through the arrival gates of the airport and saw the driver standing there with my name on a card was immense! He was punctual, polite and friendly, greeted us all with a handshake and put the cases in the boot for me. The car was big enough for the four of us and two cases and was clean and tidy. I found the company very helpful. I was very impressed with the company and would definitely use them again.
Based on the popularity and reviews from the tourists, I have listed down five places you should not miss when in Tenerife:
  1. Teide National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage site that has Spain’s highest peak, Mt. Teide, at the heart of it. The views from the top are mesmerizing when you take a cable car that takes you over the crater and let you enjoy the beauty of the island.
  2. Siam Park: It is Tenerife’s biggest and best theme park that is built on a Thai-theme. The park has many wondrous rides including a 90-ft near-vertical drop that will take your breath away. Be prepared for a thrilling adventure here.
  3. Masca: Located in the Teno Mountains, it is a small village that is balanced on a rocky plateau. Accessible via road with breathtaking views on each side that will blow your mind. The main highlight is a hike down the gorge to the beach.
  4. La Laguna: Featuring convents and beautifully preserved mansions from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, this former capital of the island is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

These are the places that you must visit .