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What to expect

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Discover the Las Cañadas Del Teide

Dramatic Scenery

Jaw-dropping views and panoramas

Temperate Climate

Perfect climate for a winter walking break

About the trip

Discover and explore the largest and highest island in the Canary Islands, on our walking holiday in Tenerife. Often called the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’ due to the fantastic year-round temperate climate, our week of  exclusive winter time walking offers a range of diverse trails and beautiful panoramic views.

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What's included?

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport taxes & charges
  • Twin/double room for single use
  • Welcome drink
  • Breakfast daily at the hotel plus 6 dinners at local restaurants & 1 at hotel
  • 3 picnic lunches & 1 lunch
  • 4 exclusive fully guided walks
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • Fully Financially Protected


  • Arrive in Tenerife
  • The Volcanos - Arenas Negras & Chinyero
  • Teno Mountains
  • Day At Leisure
  • Anaga Biosphere Reserve
  • Day At Leisure
  • Teide National Park
  • Departure Day


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What you’ll be doing


Arrive in Tenerife

Transfer to our hotel for the week, where we’ll have the welcome meeting with our guide.

From the dry and arid south to the humid north and its luxuriant vegetation, Tenerife is as diverse in terms of climate and topography, hence why it’s often referred to as a mini continent.


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The Volcanic Island - Arenas Negras & Chinyero

Our first walk of the week begins in the north of the island, where we discover the area of the 300-year-old Arenas Negras volcano where we can marvel at the dramatic landscape. The volcano erupted back in 1706, destroying the island’s most important harbour at Garachico, changing the size of the bay. With our route taking us through pine forests, we then head towards Chinyero, the last volcano formed on the island when it erupted in 1909. Along the way, we can imagine how the lava flowed and formed the varied landscape and our guide will explain the effect the volcanos had on the people of Santiago del Teide a century ago.

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Hiking the Teno

Today we take our bus to the Teno Country Park, located in the north-west of the island and one of Tenerife’s most beautiful nature areas. Our hike takes us from the ridge of Baracan to the heart of Teno Alto, the most western village of the island. This area has kept much of its ecological, scenic and cultural wealth, largely thanks to its isolated position. Goat keeping and cheese production still remains part of the local economy.

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Day At Leisure

Today we can take some time to rest and enjoy the hotels facilities. Choose to relax by the pool or perhaps stroll along the Rambla del Castro enjoying the palm groves, hidden beaches and sea views. Or a little further afield, visit the neighbouring town of Puerto de la Cruz with its coastal promenade, shops and botanical gardens.

  • Breakfast & Dinner Included



Anaga Biosphere Reserve

Anaga Biosphere Reserve Anaga mountain range is located on the north-east of the island and has been protected Biosphere Reserve following the preservation of its natural assets in harmony with local population. From Cruz del Carmen, our trail penetrates in the laurel forest, descending from lush vegetation to open fields and hamlets. The balance of the traditional use of this wood and the conservation of one of the biodiversity hotspots of the island is one of the keys of the future here. Where the vegetation clears, millions of years of erosion unveil lava dykes, varied layers of volcanic materials and offers wide views over sculpted old deep barrancos. Goat and sheep herders have used these steep slopes over centuries. The mountain path leads us to Chinamada.

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Day At leisure

Today we take time out to relax. Perhaps take advantage of the hotel facilities, relax by the pool or participate in an optional tour organised by our local guide to visit the longest lava tunnel in Europe, Cueva del Viento; or the Teide Observatory and the peak of Teide using Teide’s cable car. There’s also the option to visit the old capital of the island, La Laguna – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and indulge yourself with a winery visit including a lunch and tasting.

Breakfast & Dinner Included


Teide National Park

For our final walk of the trip, we will enjoy Tenerife’s pièce de résistance – the jaw-dropping Teide National Park. 16 kilometres across the Caldera, it’s filled with an abundance of colours and shapes following countless eruptions and lava flows. A must-see including the highest elevation in Spain, Mount Teide peaking at 3,715 metres(12,190 ft) above sea level and the famous symbol of the island. With the natural beauty of the landscapes and the volcanic richness, it’s no wonder why the area is awarded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Departure Day

We say goodbye to Tenerife and depart to the airport for our flight home.

  • Breakfast Included


Route Active Hotel Three-star

Situated on the outskirts of Los Realejos, 5km from Puerto de la Cruz, this well run and relaxed aparthotel offers comfortable accommodation and, as the name suggests, is a popular base and choice for walkers enjoying a group walking holiday.

Facilities Include

This friendly hotel’s facilities include a swimming pool (heated in winter), fully equipped gym, restaurant, bar, free Wi-Fi and reception and gardens.

Room Includes

The comfortable bright modern rooms include en-suite bathroom with shower, equipped kitchenette, living area, satellite TV and furnished balcony

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Average Temperatures

Month(s) Highest temperature Lowest temperature
January - March 20 °C 15 °C
April 22 °C 16 °C
May 23 °C 17 °C
June 26 °C 19 °C
July - August 28 °C 21 °C
September 27 °C 21 °C
October 26 °C 20 °C
November 23 °C 18 °C
December 21 °C 16 °C

Our Reviews

“I’m sure you will enjoy it, I have been on three solos holidays to date and the people I’ve met have been great.”

“I’ve been travelling with Solos for nearly 20 years, on and off. The reason is for exactly what you want – you meet like minded people… and have loads of fun!”

“I’ve been on loads of trips with Solos over the years and can honestly say you will not regret booking your 1st one!”

“The feeling you have once you go away on your own is worth all the nerves before! I was so very anxious the first time but now having done it 4 times, I love it!”


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