Organized by Atlantis Freediving
Known as the largest of the seven islands that make up the Canary Islands, Tenerife is located in the Atlantic Ocean. Millions of travellers fly in to the “Spring City”, due to its annual average temperature of 23°C & 300 days of sun. Offering the perfect scenario for extreme adventurers to try out basically any sport on earth!
The idyllic spot attracts mountaineers and canyoning enthusiasts each year looking to explore the unexpected surroundings of the Teide volcano. It is the third largest volcano on Earth from its base on the ocean floor with 3718 meters above sea level and 7500 meters above the ocean floor.
Currently it is considered as the most emblematic natural monument of the Canary Islands being the most visited National Park in Spain. It is an open invitation for MTB riders and climbers to go up the highest peak in Spain & any landmass in the Atlantic Ocean.
Still, water sports are obviously a must. You can find throughout the entire island sublime scuba diving expeditions that will allow you to discover the maritime fauna. You can also explore the island with a jet ski or ride downwind in the magical spot.
As if all this wasn’t enough… every year, the International Paragliding Festival is held in Los Realejos. Giving flyers a chance to enjoy the beautiful views and get their adrenaline rush in one of the most beautiful places on earth.
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Organized by Actividades Nauticas Tenerife
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Less crowded than Tenerife South (even in the air). Marvelous view of the Teide on a sunny day.