Cave of the Wind

The municipality of Icod de Los Vinos in the north-western face of Tenerife is home to one of the world's largest volcanic tubes. The complex…

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Sharks in the Canary Islands

To the date, there have been records of some 50 shark species in the Canary Islands, however it is true that the vast majority live…

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A stroll down the laurel forest

Visitors walking along any of the many walking trails that criss-cross the laurel forest will immerse into an intricate landscape bustling with wild life forming…

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Sea turtles in the Canary Islands

Sea turtles are reptilians that have adjusted to life in the oceans and are currently an endangered species as a result of their vulnerability to…

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Canarian giant lizards

There are seven different lizard species inhabiting the Canarias; all seven are endemic to the islands and fall within the Gallotia genus, which is in…

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Indigenous flora of the Canary Islands

One of the main appeals of visiting the Canary Islands is being able to closely observe the unique vegetation they are home to, overflowing with…

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The Millenary Dragon Tree

The municipality of Icod de los Vinos, northeast Tenerife, is home to the majestic Millenary Dragon Tree or Drago Milenario, one of the islands’ flagships,…

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