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Camino De Santiago

Just a “Taste” of the Camino – Walk the last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago


A pilgrim undertakes this journey across Northern Spain to follow the footsteps of monarchs, noblemen, writers and poets, and to journey with so many other pilgrims from all over the world.

Our adventure along the Camino de Santiago, Europe’s legendary pilgrimage takes us through the Spanish countryside, showing us its people, its food, it’s past and present until we reach Santiago de Compostela the final destination of the adventure.

When you’ve checked out the other companies that can take you along the Camino, you will find that our price is competitive and our tour of the highest quality.  That is because we’ve been making this journey since 1993.  We personally know each and every hotel, family run Inn, and restaurant owner and also maintain the integrity of the Camino.

Come travel across Spain with the company that helped pave the way, let us show you the Camino; the way it should be seen….up close and personal.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in the beautiful city of León, once the capital of the ancient Kingdom. You will be greeted by your Spain Adventures specialists and after a welcome lunch and brief presentation of the days to come, the adventure begins. We pick up our credenciales which will log our footsteps along the Camino and later this afternoon we shuttle to El Bierzo so that you can have a fresh start tomorrow.

Day 2: With scallop shells on, backpack on our backs
we get our first glimpses of the green Galician countryside. 
Our walk begins in the Bierzo and we make our way up to a beautiful little hamlet of Celtic houses and a church which houses the Chalice of a 14th century legendary Miracle. The scenery today will take your breath away and we’re all warmed up for our first full walk tomorrow.
Today’s walk: 13.2 kms 8.2 miles

Day 3: Our day starts with a steady climb to the Alto do Poio, the highest point of the Camino de Santiago in Galicia. After a stamp and a coffee, we start our descent down to the town of Triacastela, named after the 3 castles that once stood watch over the village. We hop in the van for one last shuttle to our accommodations for the evening.
Today’s walk 21 kms 12 miles

Day 4: Our destination is a town rebuilt stone by stone exactly as it was in 993A.D. Today the roads will take us through lush green forests and primitive farms still worked as they were a thousand years ago. Tonight we dine with our friend and host watch wide-eyed as he offers his special queimada a tradition of Galicia, which conjures up tales of witches and spirits.
Today’s walk: 21.5 kms 13 miles

Day 5: Our journey to Palas del Rei is marked by cruceiros and many historical remnants along the way. This area is one of the most important to art historians throughout the world because of its abundance of Romanesque architecture. Our shuttle awaits to take us to our accommodations for this evening, a traditional, magical, pazo owned by the same family for 300 years. Prepare to dine as Kings and Queens. 
Today’s walk: 23.9 kms 14.8 miles

Day 6: The first stretch of your walk today is dotted with small hamlets hidden among the eucalyptus trees all within a short distance from one another. We’re almost to Santiago and there is no need to rush and so today we walk to Arca and return to our manor house at the end of the day.
Today’s walk: 19.4 kms 12.12 miles

Day 7: Today we begin our final walk to reach our destination. We start where we left off yesterday and an exciting day awaits us. Walking through eucalyptus forests we ascend the Monte de Gozo where, from the top of the mountain we see Santiago de Compostela for the very first time. We enter the city and continue to follow the familiar yellow arrows that have guided us for many days until we see the cathedral before us. We go directly to collect our much deserved Compostela and the afternoon is yours to explore the many ruas of this beautiful city. Tonight we meet for our farewell dinner and our celebration of a journey you’ll remember, always!
Today’s walk” 19.2 kms 12.2 miles

Day 8: Departures from Santiago

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  •  ACCOMMODATIONS

  •  BREAKFAST

  •  SNACKS ON ROUTE

  •  PICNIC LUNCH DAILY

  •  BOTTLED WATER

  •  BI-LINGUAL GUIDE

  •  SUPPORT VEHICLE

  •  FARWELL DINNER


2017 Dates

 

  • SEPT 17-24

  • OCTOBER 15-22

  • OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 6

2018 Dates

  • April 8-15

  • May 20-27

  • June 10-17

  • July 15-22

  • Sept 02-09

  • Sept 16-23

  • October 7-14

  • October 21-28


8 days/7 nights


MODERATE LEVEL HIKE
AVERAGE MILES PER DAY: 16; LIMITED TO 14 PEOPLE


Price : $2795.00

Arrive: Leon
Depart: Santiago


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772 564-0330


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Camino Half Way

Half Way in 15 days!

This is the half-Camino for those who don’t have time to do the entire journey. This tour is perfect for anyone wishing to experience a few days more that the last 100 kilometers.

Itinerary

Day 1:  We meet in Pamplona and spend some time sightseeing in the city known for “los San Fermines” or the running of the bulls. This evening is your official welcome dinner and you’ll be introduced to all things of the Camino.

Day 2:  We start our journey in Cizur where we stop to collect our “credencial” which is our passport for the Camino. There is much to see along this walk including the beautiful view over the Pamplona basin from the Sierra del Perdón.
Today’s walk is about 18 kms

Day 3:  We complete another entire stage of the Camino de Santiago today and the reward is a shuttle to the heart of the Rioja for some wine tasting and fine regional cuisine.
Today’s walk is about 19kms

Day 4:  Enjoy a shorter walk today and then we’ll shuttle to Burgos, home of Spain’s favorite son, El Cid. A visit to the magnificent Gothic cathedral with the best art historian in Burgos and later a stroll along the sycamore tree lined promenade.
Today’s walk is about 13 Kms

Day 5:  We leave Burgos this morning and exit the city along tree lined paths that take us to Castrojeriz. This road takes us past the ruins of the 14th century monastery of San Antón. We shuttle to Frómista to visit the Romanesque church of San Martin and on to Carrion de los Cóndes where we spend the night in a Monastery. Now we have completed one third of our Camino de Santiago journey.

Day 6:  Our walk today takes us through the mesetas of Leon which feature small villages, wheat fields, an oak forest and in the springtime wildflowers galore! Leon a city with so much to see and do, two days hardly seem enough! 

Day 7:  This morning there is a guided visit to the Gothic cathedral, San Isidoro and then the afternoon is yours to explore. We meet again to have a night out on the town in the “barrio humedo” for great tapas. 
This is the first day of the short tour.

Day 8:  Our walk begins in the Bierzo and we make our way up to a beautiful little hamlet of Celtic houses “pallozas” and a church which houses the Chalice of a legendary Miracle that dates back to the 14th century. The afternoon is yours to explore. 
Today’s walk: 13.2 kms 8.2 miles

Day 9:  Our shuttle is waiting to take us to our starting point on the Camino. We spend the day in the charming town after making several cultural stops, one of them to visit a 16th century Benedictine Monastery. From this point on we must walk every day in order to assure that we receive the Compostela.
Today’s walk: 14.5 kms 9.5 miles

Day 10:  Our destination, a town rebuilt stone by stone exactly as it was in 993A.D. Today the roads will take us through lush green forests and primitive farms still worked as they were a thousand years ago. Tonight we dine with our friends in a very rustic farms house and watch wide-eyed as we are offered a special queimada a tradition of Galicia, which conjures up tales of witches and spirits.
Today’s walk: 21.5 kms 13 miles

Day 11 & 12:  Our journey today is marked by cruceiros and many historical remnants along the way. This area is one of the most important to art historians throughout the world because of its’ abundance of Romanesque architecture. When we arrive in Palas de Rei, our shuttle is waiting to take us to our accommodations for this evening, a traditional, magical pazo owned by the same family for 300 years. 
Today’s walk: 23.9 kms 14.8 miles

Day 13:  Arzua-SantiagoWe awaken with the knowledge that today we begin our final walk on our Camino de Santiago to reach our destination. Walking through eucalyptus forests we ascend the Monte de Gozo where, from the top of the mountain we see Santiago de Compostela for the very first time. We enter the city and continue to follow the familiar yellow arrows that have guided us for many days until at last we see the cathedral before us.
Today’s walk: 38.4 kms 16-23 miles

Day 14:   SantiagoThe day is yours to enjoy this city, visit the museums, shop the silver shops, or just relax. Tonight we meet for our farewell dinner and our celebration of a journey along the Camino de Santiago we are certain you’ll remember always!

Day 15:  Departures after breakfast. Buen Camino!

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• ACCOMMODATIONS
• BREAKFAST
• PICNIC LUNCH DAILY
• SNACKS ON ROUTE
• BOTTLED WATER
• BI-LINGUAL GUIDE
• SUPPORT VEHICLE
• FAREWELL DINNER


2017 Dates

APRIL 02-16   BEFORE THE SUMMER RUSH!

  • SEPT 10-24

  • OCT 08-22

  • OCT 23-NOV 05

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2018 Dates

  • MAY 13-27

  • JUNE 03-17

  • JULY  08-22

  • Sept  02-16

  • OCT 07-21

  • OCT 28-NOV 04


15 days/14 nights


MODERATE LEVEL HIKE
AVERAGE MILES PER DAY: 16.3 LIMITED TO 14 PEOPLE


Price : $3495.00

Arrive: Pamplona
Depart: Santiago


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The Full Camino

Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela

The Entire Camino

“Not just a hike but a journey of epic proportions”. M.G., Seattle

35-days and 34-nights


790 kilometers across Spain!

The Complete Camino, is a walking pilgrimage across Northern Spain which covers every step of this ancient path known as the Camino de Santiago. This unique journey starts at the foothills of France and leads you to the steps of the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. Our support vehicle and the length of this tour allow us the opportunity to visit and study many of the historically rich sites that the Camino has to offer.

You may also opt to walk to Finisterre.

Ask us about the optional cost for the extra two days.

 
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WHAT'S INCLUDED

• ACCOMMODATIONS
• BREAKFAST
• PICNIC LUNCH DAILY
• SNACKS ON ROUTE
• BOTTLED WATER
• BI-LINGUAL GUIDE
• SUPPORT VEHICLE
• FAREWELL DINNER


2018 Dates

JUNE 24 – JULY 28


35 days/34 nights


MODERATE TO DIFFICULT LEVEL HIKE
AVERAGE MILES PER DAY: 16.3 LIMITED TO 12 PEOPLE


Price : $7295.00

Arrive: Pamplona
Depart: Santiago


The group is limited to 12 participants; call us for the complete itinerary:

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Picos De Europa

The ultimate “off the beaten path” hiking adventure!

Hiking through green Spain

The geography of Asturias appears to be a geological explosion towards the sky. Above all, it is a vertical land of imposing mountains, where rivers flowing towards the sea have chiseled deep ravines and beautiful river valleys. Then there is the seacoast, more than three hundred kilometers (around 190 miles) of irregular coastline offering a succession of about one hundred beaches of fine sand.


Itinerary 

Day 1:  You will be met by your Spain Adventures specialist and taken by shuttle to Santillana del Mar a village founded in the Middle Ages by a group of monks who came from Asia Minor. Once we have explored the village, we will visit the spectacular Cueva de Altamira. This 10,000 year old cave is famous for its engravings of animals on rock. Tonight our accommodations are in an 18th century Manor Home situated along the river Deba and whose kitchen is known as the very best in region.

Day 2 & 3:  Our day begins with a ride on a teleférico (cable car), which will take us to the Mirador del Cable Pembles. From the overlook we will then begin our descent until we reach the town of Pembles. Along the way we stop to visit the 6th Century Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana.

Day 4 & 5:  This morning we walk the Cares River passing by roman bridges and taking in the views. The next day is for you to explore the many shops that sell all the local delicacies, from cider to white beans you will find it all in town. It’s a good day to kayak or go horseback riding along the river Sella.

Day 6 & 7:  On our way to the summit, we stop at the basilica of Covadonga and then continue to the pristine lakes surrounded by wildflowers. The next day our guided tour takes us through the capital of Asturias, Oviedo where we stop to see the monuments and the Gothic Cathedral. Outside the city we’ll visit the Caves of Bustillo to see prehistoric art.

Day 8:  Departures ….Asturias offers so much to see and do that you might opt for our extension!
Our shuttle takes us to Somiedo in the heart of the Parque Natural where we prepare for our climb the next day.

Day 9:  Start of extended tour   This moderate climb will take us along the Pradera del Valle, which will take us to the lake of the same name. The path is narrow and the views spectacular. We return to Somiedo where we feast on the specialty of the region La fabada.

Day 10:  We continue our journey through Somiedo on our Picos de Europa tour climbing along narrow, natural paths carved into rocky hillside until we reach open, green pastures. This afternoon offers us a change of scenery when we head for the coast. White rocky beaches where low tide reveals incredibly white sand. The river Eo flows right into the picturesque town of Ribadeo, where our accommodations tonight are in a restored Galecian Mansion which offers delectable local gastronomy, the pride of the region.

Day 11:  An early departure for return to the mountains, where we return to green pastures, lush valleys, and the tiny villages with houses whose roofs are made with the indigenous slate so typical of Asturias. An easy day for us as we pass through quaint, small hamlets.

Day 12:  Morning guided visits to waterfalls, and the museum of the Molinos where you’ll witness the first methods by which the Celts, Romans, Africans, and Chinese made knives and milled wheat. The afternoon is yours to wander through this charming town, explore and shop for treasures that will forever remind you of this Spain adventure.

Day 13:  This morning, our scenic route takes us to Santiago de Compostela Mankind’s Heritage City. Encircled by the river Sar and its tributary the river Sarela, Santiago de Compostela is situated in the northeast of Spain in the province of Galicia. The city of the Apostle St. James is a city of sights and the best thing is to explore its streets (known by the Galcian term rúa, rather than by the Spainsh word, calle), squares and hidden corners before succumbing to the delights of Gallego cuisine. You have a guided tour of the Cathedral this afternoon followed by our farewell feast in celebration of an adventure to remember.

Day 14:  Departures

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• ACCOMMODATIONS
• BREAKFAST
• SNACKS ON ROUTE
• BI-LINGUAL GUIDE
• SUPPORT VEHICLE
• 4 DINNERS WITH WINE


2018 Dates

APRIL 02-16   BEFORE THE SUMMER RUSH!

  • JUNE 03-10

  • AUGUST 12-19

  • SEPT 16-23


8 days/7 nights (or add 6 days for the perfect European hiking adventure)


MODERATE TO CHALLENGING LEVEL HIKE
AVERAGE MILES PER DAY: 18; LIMITED TO 14 PEOPLE


Price : $2995.00
Extension: + $1200.00

Arrive: Santander
Depart: Oviedo


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White Villages

Almost thirty municipalities, form one of the most interesting routes in Andalucia.

The “Pueblos Blancos” are situated in the northern part of the province of Cádiz and also extend into the northwestern part of Málaga province to the Serrania de Ronda. These picturesque hamlets are often Arab in origin, and many are perched on high hills.

We cross Mediterranean forests, explore prehistoric caves, walk along mountain streams and hike past orchards and olive groves. Untamed and spectacular, our route explores the very best of the sierras and white villages, with easy to moderate walks and stays in three delightful locations along the way. The White Villages are sure to leave you enchanted, so join us on this Spain Adventures hike!!!

Itinerary

Day 1: You’ll be greeted at the airport by your Spain Adventures specialist and transferred from Malaga airport to Colmenar in the heart of the Montes de Malaga. We arrive in time for tapas and a welcome drink. We make time for siestas or to explore this delightful unhurried natural park famous for its birds and plant life. This evening is our orientation meeting and we enjoy our first meal with local wine and specialties.

Day 2: After breakfast we shuttle to Beznar. Our ten mile walk takes us to the Castle of the Counts of Sastago. Our walk follows mountain pastures filled with wildflowers in springtime and views the spectacular peaks of the Sierra de Gador.
Walking time: 4 – 5 hours

Day 3 & 4: Today we walk into the heart of the Alpujarras where the tranquility and beauty of the countryside will remind you why you need to get away every now and then. The next day we continue into the forest and canyons which lead us to Capileira with options to visit the folklore museum go horseback riding or catch up on shopping. Walking time: 4 Hours

Day 5: Treking along walled trails, you pass through hamlets that cling to the banks of the Rio Trevelez. Strolling past apple orchards and artesian wells our rewards are spectacular views of the surrounding peaks. Walking time: 3-4 hours.

Day 6 & 7: Surrounded by chestnuts and snow covered peaks, our last day continues past waterfalls and more pueblos blancos to Ferreirola where we end our walk with a typical Spanish lunch. Later we shuttle to Granada the magical city of Washington Irving, where you will visit the Alhambra Palace. Tonight in the caves of the city you will witness the song and dance that fill that night with fiery flamenco and unforgettable music. Walking time: 3 hours

Day 8: Departures – After breakfast.

 

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• ACCOMMODATIONS
• BREAKFAST
• BI-LINGUAL GUIDE
• SUPPORT VEHICLE
• 4 DINNERS


2018 Dates

APRIL 01-15 BEFORE THE SUMMER RUSH!

  • MAY 06-13

  • JUNE 03-10


8 days/7 nights


EASY LEVEL HIKE


Price : $2695.00

Arrive: Malaga
Depart: Malaga


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Canary Islands-Mountains

Mountains to Oceans


Itinerary

Day 1: Following this path we will see the immense ravine walls, sculpted by the water. Our route ends in the picturesque coast promenade, where we will enjoy one of the most beautiful places in the north of Tenerife. 
Approximate duration: 3 hours
Level: Easy

Day 2: We start the walk in an old volcanic hollow. Following a circular route in the Natural Park and follow the wooden slopes beneath Mount Teide. Along the way we ascend a series of rock formations that resemble huge pipes. The dappled pine forest path with abundant eucalyptus glades lead to impressive vistas of the lush valley sweeping to the coast below whilst the sleeping giant of Mount Tiede looms benignly above. Truly a WOW moment!
Approximate duration: 4.5 hours
Level: Low

Day 3: From the little hamlet of Cuevas Negras we will see the most outstanding views to the village of Los Silos as well as the northern coast of Tenerife.
Approximate duration: 3 hours
Level: Easy

Day 4: The so called Lunar landscape is one of the most spectacular places on the island. It is situated high within the natural park, which circles the Teide National Park and is a perfect example of the effects of erosion on volcanic landscapes that give rise to the strangest formations. Lunar Landscape is an area of pumice and tough sediments that the occasional water torrent washes down the slopes into the valley.
Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: Low

Day 5: We take a break from hiking today and can’t think of a lovelier setting than the Spa. Enjoy the outdoor pool in its spectacular setting or indulge in one of the many treatments this wonderful spa has to offer. This evening we meet for a wine tasting session as no trip to this island is complete without sampling the fine wines it offers us.

Day 6: We travel towards the rocky monuments of “The Island” and ”The Cathedral”. The route is very easy and reveals for us a flora and fauna unique in the world.
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Level: Easy

Day 7: El TeideMount Teide is the highest summit in Spain at an altitude of 3,718 meters. This dormant volcano is situated in the National Park in the center of the island of Tenerife. The park contains a wide variety of cones and domes, lava flows and caves that form a spectacular range of colors and forms. We gather tonight for our farewell dinner in the elegant dining hall of our hotel. But before we say our final goodnight, join us on the patio with our Astronomer for a star gazing session under the spectacular star filled Tenerife sky.
Today there are options:
Route 1:
Ride up and down in a cable car
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Level: Low
Route 2: 
Ascend by cable car and descend on foot
Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: High
Route 3:
Hike up and descend on foot
Approximate duration: 8 hours
Level: Very High

Day 8: Departures

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• ACCOMMODATIONS
• BREAKFAST
• BI-LINGUAL GUIDE
• SUPPORT VEHICLE
• 4 DINNERS


2018 Dates

  • SEPTEMBER 02-09


8 days/7 nights


EASY LEVEL HIKE


Price : $2995.00

Arrive: Tenerife
Depart: Tenerife


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772 564-0330


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THE PYRENEES

A hike from Navarra-Aragón

An advanced European Hike

Rugged coastlines which contrast Spain’s glorious Pyrenees Mountains.  Along the way you’ll see Romanesque churches and medieval villages. Follow sunny trials in volcanic parks forested with chestnut and lime trees.


Itinerary

Day 1: The crew will meet you in Pamplona and transport you to your hotel. We get acquainted tonight at our welcome dinner and orientation gathering in our charming hotel in the little town at the foot of the Pyrenees.

Day 2: La Selva de Irati. The route crosses the forest of Irati, which boasts 17,000 hectares, is the oldest natural of the parks and one of the largest in all of Spain. We’ll stay alongside the damn of Irabia until we reach the town. Distance today: 16 kms

Day 3: Ochagavia-Isaba. An ascending road takes us to the mountain pass of Kakueta. We begin our descent on a zig-zag path until we arrive at the sanctuary of Idoia and the town of Isaba.
Distance today: 23 kms
Level: Medium-Advanced

Day 4: We hike along the gully of Belabarze, climbing the Sierra of Arrigorrieta through a forest of beech trees. We proceed along the hills of the Sierras in the direction of the great block of mountains call the Paña Ezcaurre which is about 2047 meters. The decent is along the edges of Arau into the valley of Zuriza.
Distance today: 16 kms
Level: Medium to Advanced
Lodging tonight: Camping

Day 5: Zuriza-Oza. We start out today along a trail which allows us the most beautiful views of the Sierra de Alana on our right. Will climb to the mountain pass of Petraficha and we’ll descend on a steep incline until we reach the valley of Oza, which is crossed by the river Aragón Subordán.
Distance today: 16 kms
Level: Medium-Advanced

Day 6: Hecho-refugio de Lizara. We start our route today via a wide path which runs along the Aragón Subordán River. We’ll climb to the refuge called Gabardito, and from there we begin our journey along a narrow path that climbs to the mountain pass of Foratón at 2032m. We’ll pass along the highest peak of the zone, the Bisaurin, which towers at 2670 m. and we’ll descend by way of the neck of Fortón to the refuge of Lizara. 
Distance today: 20 kms. 
Lodging: Camping

Day 7: Route: Liara-Cancfranc Along the dividers of Aragues and Aisa, we’ll pass along the collar of the Bozo, a 2019m and we’ll continue the road which fools you as you first descend and then suddenly begin to climb until you reach the pass and then once again descend
Distance today: 15kms
Level: Medium to High 

Day 8: Transfer back to Pamplona.

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Accommodations: 

  • Charming Country Inns

  • Breakfast

  • Lunch

  • Dinners

  • Guide From Start To Finish

  • Snacks During The Route

  • Support Vehicle


2018 Dates

  • July 08-15


8 days/7 nights


Advanced with a few challenging days


Price : $2995.00

Arrive: Pamplona
Depart: Canfranc


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Canary Islands-Ocean

Ocean to Forests

Itinerary

Day 1: On this route we will observe the different eco-systems and flora depending on the altitude, as well as the human integration with the natural landscape. The panoramic views of the mountain range are truly spectacular.
Approximate duration: 4.5 hours
Level: Medium

Day 2: We will follow the route to arrive to the village of Taganana. On this route we will observe the different eco-systems and flora depending on the altitude, as well as the human integration with the natural landscape. 
Approximate duration: 5 hours Level: Medium

Day 3: From the Bolico peaks we will see one of the most outstanding views of the Teide, La Gomera , and Santiago valley.
Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: Easy

Day 4: The route starts in the lost hamlet descending by the ravine. This ravine is located in one of the oldest volcanic massifs in Tenerife. We will see the impressive canyon walls surpassing the 600 meters high, as well as the peculiar flora and fauna. The route will finish in the mouth of the ravine, where we can enjoy a refreshing bath in the volcanic black sandy beach. From there a boat will take us to Puerto Santiago, during the crossing we will be able to see the impressive views of the Acantilados de los Gigantes.
Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: Easy

Day 5: The Ifonche Circuit is one of the most impressive walks in the south of Tenerife. The walk follows old goat herder tracks to the rural hamlet, where you can take in the beautiful scenery of protected natural space before returning via farm tracks along the side of a deep gorge known as Barranco del Rey. This walk affords us excellent views of La Gomera and Costa Adeje, from Puerto Colon to Callao Salvaje.
Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: Easy

Day 6: This is one of the most spectacular examples of volcanoes in the world, and the outstanding flora includes a large percentage of endemic species and the fauna a large number of exclusive species. We will be able to enjoy striking panoramic views of the Teide as well as other volcanoes.
Approximate duration: 3 hours
Level: Easy

Day 7: Mount Teide, is the highest summit in Spain at a height of 3,718 This sleeping volcano is situated in the Teide national park, in the center of the island of Tenerife. This national park contains a wide variety of volcanic cones and domes, lava flows, and caves that form a spectacular range of colors and forms. Teide National Park was declared as World Heritage Site in summer 2007.
We have three options for today: 
Route 1: Going up and down in the cable car. 
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Level: Low
Route 2: Going up in the cable car and descending by foot Approximate duration: 4 hours
Level: High
Route 3: Going up and down by foot .
Approximate duration: 8 hours
Level: Very High

Day 8: Departures

 
 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • ACCOMMODATIONS

  • BREAKFAST

  • LUNCH

  • BI-LINGUAL GUIDE

  • SUPPORT VEHICLE

  • 2 DINNERS WITH WINES


2018 Dates

  • SEPTEMBER 09-16


8 days/7 nights


EASY TO MODERATE LEVEL HIKE


Price : $2995.00

Arrive: Tenerife
Depart: Tenerife


CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION

772 564-0330


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