What about a buggy tour to Las Cañadas del Teide and ascending up to 2,200 m? In addition, you’ll visit several emblematic villages of the area, cross forests and protected landscapes that surround the National Park.
This is a customized and different experience leaving with a maximum of 5 buggies and guides that accompany you to provide a unique and different experience. Always with enough time and no hassle at different stops for you to have the chance to interact with the guides and other participants.
The buggies can accommodate one or two participants on the two proposed routes. Once you have selected your dates and number of participants you will see the two modalities to choose from. Please note that the two routes are ideal for children, provided they have a minimum height of 135 cm. There is also special rates to make the excursions as a companion of our guide.
Teide Tour, 4 hours and a half, 150 Kms:
This is a circular route starting at Las Américas, travelling along the coast until reaching the emblematic cliffs of Los Gigantes. Then it continues through the towns of Chío and Guía de Isora to our destination: Las Cañadas del Teide National Park at 2,200 meters of altitude where to have time to relax, to breathe fresh air and to contemplate the magnificent panoramas that the zone of the highest mountain of Spain offers.
On the way back you’ll visit Vilaflor, a charming town integrated in the Canarian Network of Protected Natural Areas. Snack and drinks are included. The activity is carried out practically in its totality by asphalted roads, given the high degree of environmental protection of the areas that are crossed.
Teide Express, 3 and a half hours, 120 Kms:
It’s an economical version of shorter duration and with exit at noon. You’ll make a round trip with departure from Las Americas that will take you to our final destination: Las Cañadas del Teide at 2,200 m altitude. During the tour you’ll get to know the towns of Arona and Vilaflor. Like the above mentioned Teide tour, the activity is also carried out practically in its totality by asphalted roads, given the high degree of environmental protection of the areas that we cross.