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Tenerife First Excursions: Fun In The Sun

June 10, 2020 Headline News, Luxury Traveller Deluxe No Comments Email Email

Tenerife is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe.  This comes as no surprise given the ideal climate and scenic landscapes on the largest of the Canary Islands. Tenerife also offers a vast array of activities for the visitor.  Cultural tours highlight the history of the island and bring visitors to hard to reach villages such as picturesque Masca, dramatically located deep in a fold of mountain but still with splendid views of the ocean.  Physically active travellers have an abundance of land and water activities to choose from.  Dune buggy rides, jetski whalewatching tours, hiking excursions―there is certainly no shortage of things to see and do.

Luckily for the busy visitor, Tenerife First Excursions can make arrangements for every activity on the island.  Owned by a most affable Irishman transplanted from the Emerald Isle to a desert isle, Tenerife First Excursions provides reliable, honest services which in themselves enhance the visitor experience.  No worries about late pick-ups for airport transfers, daytours cancelled at the last minute, or other unexpected setbacks that sometimes befall the visitor using other tour operators; none of these apply to Tenerife First Excursions, which offers general tours as well as private tours for individuals and small groups who wish to see the island in the exclusive company of an expert guide.

One of the highlights of a visit to Tenerife is a stargazing tour, also arranged by Tenerife First Excursions.  Tenerife is recognised in astronomy circles as one of the best places in the world to observe the stars, the planets, and maybe even a satellite or two thanks to the island’s unpolluted air, low humidity, and the elevation of Teide, the volcano that dominates the island’s silhouette.  On a stargazing tour, a late afternoon pick-up at the hotel is followed by a light dinner at a local restaurant before continuing the ascent up Teide.  Expert tour leader Kieran Mynott of Night Skies Tenerife traded the grey skies of the UK for the ideal night sky conditions of Tenerife.  Many Northern European visitors do the same all winter long―and once a short visit to Tenerife has been enjoyed, it’s not hard to understand why they want to stay as long as possible.

Tenerife First Excursions

Written by: Robert La Bua

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