Are you on vacation and you do not know what to do in Tenerife? You have come to the right place because in West Tenerife we offer you incredible activities so you can make the most of your stay on the island with the little ones of the house.
If you are planning a trip to Tenerife you should know that the island has a wide range of activities adapted to all publics and to all budgets: from excursions through caves and trails to water activities where you can enjoy good weather and marine diversity.
The most popular for children
Even though it would be impossible to list all of the options proposed by the island, there are some essentials that you should not miss if you travel to Tenerife with children.
The highest peak in Spain has kilometers of landscapes that will leave you breathless thanks to the combination of volcanic lava soils with the clarity of the skies and the extensive vegetation.
Loro Parque and Siam Park
The latter, considered the largest water park in Europe, offers a multitude of attractions for all ages where you can test your courage and feel the adrenaline. Ideal to spend an unforgettable day.
Beaches and natural pools
Among the ideal options for children, Las Teresitas (on the north) stands out for its yellow sand and its calm sea due to the breakwater that delimits it; Las Vistas (on the south) is characterized by its calmness and a huge promenade plentiful of restoration and commercial establishments.
On the other hand, the natural pools of Bajamar (on the north) are a good option since it has an exclusive pool for children. Moreover, the César Manrique Maritime Park (on the north) has swimming pools only for children in a natural Canarian environment that exudes beauty and originality.
Trails and excursions
The offer is infinite, but some of them like the Sendero de los Sentidos, proposes to live a unique experience in which the use of senses is a priority.
Monuments and museums
Followed by the Teide National Park, the Anaga Rural Park is one of the most visited places on the island thanks to the beauty and peculiarity of its landscapes.
Another alternatives are, the Whale of the Silos (a monument that simulates the skeleton of the largest whale on the planet); the Museum of Nature and Man (which has the largest collection on Guanche culture and conservation of mummies).
There are many places to visit in Tenerife, but the most important thing is that you make the most of your holidays and turn them into a real adventure. Choose a time to come, explore the viewpoints, get to know the history, get lost among the richness of our beaches and forests but, above all, have fun.