Yep, another post about Tenerife! Are you getting bored yet? Well, I’m certainly not! If it were possible, I would hop on a plane and go back for some hiking without doubting for a second. Ok, I promise that this will be the last post about my trip to Tenerife, but I just really wanted to share these few last photos with my readers, so I hope you will still enjoy this post! For reference, here are post I and II.
Entering Parque Nacional del Teide with promising views of capricious rock formations.
One of the first views of Mount Teide and its versatile vegetation and surroundings.
Described as the ” seas of lava”, this area is located right next to the “Roques de García” and offers an unbelievable vista of the colourful and characteristic plain. Especially the red material on the right, seemingly a lava flow suddenly stopped in its tracks, gives away the violent character of a long-past volcanic outburst.
An incredible view from one of the lookout points next to the roadside of the national park.
Typical vegetation at about 2350 metres up high in the national park and a closer look at its (rather busy) residents.
Driving mountain roads through the Anaga mountain range on our way to Taganana village, up north in Tenerife.