Teide by Night
Crowned by the volcanic peak of Mount Teide, this natural wilderness takes on an ethereal quality as the setting sun glazes its ridges and rocks in soft pinks, reds and purples. You’ll be whisked to a height of 7,000ft, with photo stops along the way, to toast the sunset with a glass of Cava and we will stop for a delicious dinner in the highest restaurant in the National Park.
It’s in the National Park where you find the skies and atmospherical conditions amongst the best in the world for astronomical observation. The Teide National Park has been crowned a “Starlight Destination” recognising that it is one of the best places to stargaze away from light pollution. Once darkness has fallen your professional guide will point out the night sky for you with laser technology. We will name and explain the different constellations, give you lots of information about the night sky and answer any questions.