Tenerife is famous for its water activities. Starting from water safari – travelling across the island by a jet ski and admiring The Los Gigantes rocks, you can sail between Canary Islands where you will meet pilot whales, which are logging at the surface of the water in order to recuperate from their night-time hunting efforts.
By mistake, I fell from the jet ski and woke up near by a whale and its baby, must say I felt a lot of adrenaline in those seconds, so I won’t ever forget this “breathtaking” feeling. Another impressing side on the island is The Teide Volcano and its lava caves. The trip to the Teide Mountain (3718 meters high) is a real adventure, the road is steep and winding and you literally drive through the clouds.
I also have to mention the Siam Park and Loro Park. First one is one of the most famous water parks in the world, the Tower of Power slide is an unique experience, you dive into a transparent tube which is immersed in the shark filled aquarium. Meanwhile Loro Park is the best zoo in Europe according to Trip Advisor, you can see the extraordinary performance of orcas, dolphins and seals.