Teide National Park

Teide National Park (Parque Nacional del Teide) occupies approximately 190 square kilometres in the middle of the Island of Tenerife, the largest of the seven Canary Islands, which enjoys a warm climate most of the year round.

Named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007, Teide National Park is home to Mount Teide (El Teide), the highest peak in Spain and the World’s third tallest volcanic structure. Surrounded by a spectacular forest of Canarian Pine, the park is also populated with several species of endemic trees, plants, and reptiles.

Teide National Park, a jewel in the crown of Tenerife, is not only a natural wonder by day but also a celestial theatre by night. Since 2014, this majestic landscape has been recognized as a “Starlight Destination” a prestigious title bestowed by the Starlight Foundation to locations that offer optimal conditions for stargazing and astrophotography.

The park’s commitment to preserving its dark skies not only enhances the experience for visitors but also protects the nocturnal environment, ensuring that future generations can continue to gaze in awe at the universe’s boundless beauty.
Teide National Park is the perfect destination to experience the enchanting night skies of Tenerife. Sit back and let us charm you with our 5-star Guided Sunset and Stargazing Safari Experience.

Join our coach from one of the hotel pick up points in South Tenerife before departing to Chio for an Authentic Canarian meal en route to Teide National Park. We then climb to Merendero de Chío in the Corona Forest to experience the beautiful Tenerife sunset above the Sea of Clouds, with a glass of Cava, before heading off to Mirador de las Narices Del Teide, at the base of Pico de Viejo for a stargazing and astrophotography experience not to be missed – all with a bit of science and humour from our expert guides.