These are the most famous tourist places in Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands (Spain)
Loro Park is a 33-acre zoo in the north of the island.
Opened in 1972, it has a collection of animals and plants, about 4,000 parrots and 350 separate subspecies of animals.
The park includes the largest Dolphin-Show swimming pool in Europe, the largest indoor exhibition of penguins in the world, and the longest shark tunnel in Europe.
The centerpiece of the park is Mount Teide, the highest mountain peak in all of Spain, rising to 3,718 meters (12,198 feet).
The entire park is 190 square kilometers (18,990 hectares) and can be reached by road in less than an hour from almost anywhere on the island.
The entire national park is an amazing geological spot that features volcanoes, vents, solid and flowing lava, craters, and vegetation.
The park also houses a variety of animals, with 70 species of invertebrates being unique to the park.
There is a variety of reptiles, as well as 10 species of birds that nest in the park. The only mammals living in the national park are bats.
Masca is a picturesque mountain village on the island of Tenerife. The village has a population of about 90 and is located at an altitude of 650 meters in the Macizo de Teno Mountains, which stretch as far as the northwest point of Tenerife.
The green forests are characterized by an abundance of cypress trees and palm trees. The village is located at the top of the Maska Valley. Many visitors report that it is the most amazing place on the island.
A hiking trail runs 4.5 kilometers (2.7 mi) from the village down the valley to a pristine beach on the Atlantic. The route is very popular, although it can be a somewhat challenging hike that takes about 3 hours each way.
Most hikers only take the route in one direction (down).