If you think El Teide is beautiful from land, get ready to see it from the sky.
This helicopter tour is the longest and most luxurious of all, flying over this fascinating volcano which is the most visited national park in Europe.
The volcano “El Teide” has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. It is the highest peak in Spain.
It is a journey of 120km covering the Corona Forestal park, the wine-growing Orotava Valley, Puerto de la Cruz, the alpine area of Vilaflor and the lava tongues left in Santiago del Teide by last volcanic eruption in 1909. A truly VIP experience
Do not miss this opportunity to fly over one of the world’s most spectacular natural monuments and see it from a viewpoint that few can enjoy
This helicopter tour is available the whole year around, even on winter when the peak is often covered by snow.
We take off from the Adeje heliport heading for the blue sea. In no time, we’ll be flying over they coast and enjoying the scenery.
We will pass over “Puertito” bay, a popular place where divers go to see turtles. Then we will fly over the romantic fishing village of La Caleta and the well-known golf course of Golf Costa Adeje.
The tour enables you to visit the south coast of the island and enjoy views of the island’s most beautiful canyons, very close to the tourist area. You will watch from the sky the hotels in Las Americas and Los Cristianos, located near the sea.
It is an ideal way to enjoy your first helicopter experience in Tenerife.
The helicopter your starts flying over the romantic fishing village of La Caleta, continuing to Golf Costa Adeje for watching this famous golf course from the sky.
Next we pass over the most touristic places in Tenerife: Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos. After Los Cristianos we arrive to the Guaza montain, where you can see the landscape shaped by volcanic lava up to the sea.
Moving on, we’ll go up the Roque del Conde outcrop and browse the beatiful area of Ifonche and its ravines. Nearby you will see the volcano El Teide, surrounded by the stunning Corona Forestal national park.
The next part of the journey is the incredible Barranco del Infierno (Hell’s Ravine) which, despite its scary name, is an oasis located in Adeje with the only natural stream of the island.
The helicopter flight gives us a spectacular panoramic view of Barrando del Infierno, which is impossible to appreciate otherwise. This trip lets you visit much of the island’s south coast and the most beautiful canyons on the island.
After taking off we head towards the north-west of the island, visiting first the fishing village of La Caleta.
Next we fly along the coast towards Playa San Juan, a route where groups of dolphins are occasionally seen.
We will look some impressive hotels in Alcalá, which has some of the most prestigious resorts in Tenerife.
Upon arrival to Los Gigantes (The Giants), we can see the colossal cliffs up to 600m high. These enormous precipices are among the must-see wonders of Canary Islands.
The breathtaking views of Los Gigantes are already astonishing when watching from land or sea, so viewing them from an helicopter makes it an unforgettable experience.
Next, we fly near the Corona Forestal (Forest Crown) and the El Teide National Parks (UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1997), so you don’t miss either the visit from the sky to the highest peak in Spain, with 3,718 meters height.
Enjoy the island’s beautiful landscapes and have lunch by the sea
This amazing flight combines the southern seascape with the green of the north.
We get started visiting the fishing villages of La Caleta, Alcalá and Puerto San Juan, with their golf courses and resorts. Look out for dolphins along the way!
Then we flight over the Puerto de los Gigantes and watch the colossal cliffs emerging from the ocean up to 600 meters high. Here you will enjoy these awe-inspiring cliffs’ variety of colours and textures.
Next we move to Buenavista del Norte, where the spectacular landscape is predominately green and ochre, surrounded by extensive tongues of lava.
Then we fly over Garachico and Icod de los Vinos, where you can see the Millennium Drago tree over 1,000 years old.
After this, we will continue over the Corona Forestal and El Teide National Parks, showing you all their splendour.