Tenerife for all the family

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Tenerife for all the family
Tenerife for all
the family
British Guild of Travel Writers 2010
Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January
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Splash out! Siam Park, a new Thai-themed water park offers an exotic and
exciting experience in the South of Tenerife. Splash around in a volcano,
swim along with alligators and surf the largest man made waves in the
world. Visitors can also enjoy a “siesta” while drifting along the longest
lazy river or snoozing on the 9,500 m2 beach
A wild time: Talk to the animals at the world famous Loro Parque in
Puerto de la Cruz, home to the largest collection of parrots in the world as
well as killer whales, sharks, penguins, sea lions, dolphins, iguanas, tigers,
monkeys and many many more. Or head to Tenerife South and see an
exhibition of Falconry at the Parque las Aguilas in Arona
Get up close with the dolphins: Take a boat trip from the south coast and
keep your eyes peeled for Pilot whales and Bottlenose dolphins in the
straits that separate Tenerife from its neighbour La Gomera. It’s sometimes
possible to see White Whales
Ride with the camels: Take a camel ride at the Camello Centre at El Tanque
or a donkey or pony ride at the Oasis del Valle in the Orotava Valley
Natural salt pools: Enjoy the natural salt water pools along the coastline
of Puerto de la Cruz – swim, sunbathe or just ‘people watch’ at the Costa
Martianez. For safe, calm swimming conditions head to the Lido at
Martianez beach
An explosive day out: Appealing to all ages, a visit to the Parque Nacional
La Canadas del Teide is an absolute must. Fascinating volcanic rock
formations surround Mt Teide – the highest peak in Spain standing at
3,718 metres. The National Park was declared a natural heritage site by
UNESCO last year.
British Guild of Travel Writers 2010 - Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January
Tenerife is the perfect destination for a family break boasting a wealth of
attractions to keep all the family entertained. Here are some of the highlights:
Family- friendly accommodation
Tenerife also boasts plenty of family-friendly accommodation, where adults
can enjoy some free time while the younger ones have fun and take part in
entertaining activities. The four-star Jardin Tropical Hotel, Costa Adeje, has just
opened 31 new family rooms, connected by one door and are designed for two
adults and two children. www.jardin-tropical.com
Iberostar Grand Hotel Anthelia in Costa Adeje has all facilities needed for a
fun and comfortable stay. The hotel has pools for all ages, entertainment activities and room facilities that reach all family needs. www.iberostar.com
Gran Melia Palacio de Isora, in Guia de Isora, offers Family Concierge One
Bedroom Master Suites, specially designed to fulfill the highest expectations.
Master Suites include an en suite whirlpool bath, a private terrace with either
garden or ocean views, a living room with a sofa bed and a separate bathroom
with spa jet-shower. www.gran-melia-palacio-de-isora.com
Surrounded by a nature reserve is the Eco Resort San Blas, opened in December
2008. The five-star resort, located in a unique setting, offers enjoyable boat
rides in its sailing lake, excursions, many leisure activities and has a Multimedia
Interpretation Centre, great for those who wish to learn more about Tenerife’s
volcanic heritage. www.sanblas.eu
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British Guild of Travel Writers 2010 - Annual General Meeting 26th to 29th January
Within walking distance from Playa de la Arena is four-star all-inclusive Hotel Costa
Los Gigantes (Spring Hotels) in Santiago del Teide. The hotel offers 481 Junior
Suites, a baby-sitting service, several swimming pools, a cinema, a leisure area, a
mini-disco, a children’s buffet, all equipped for children. Rooms, restaurants and
entertainment are booked on an all inclusive basis.
Tenerife Tourism Corporation
For more information visit www.webtenerife.com or contact Raquel Fonseca
Email: [email protected] Tel: (0) 20 8334 7026

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