Gran Tour – Teide Masca

Price list

  • 54,00€ – an adult
  • 35,00€ – children 2-11 years old


  • from 08.00 to 17.00

Excursion in the given language from the south of Tenerife

  • In English and Spanish, the tour is conducted from Monday to Saturday.
  • In German, French, Italian, and Dutch, the tour is conducted on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Excursion in the given language from Puerto de la Cruz

  • In English, Spanish, German, French and Italian, the tour is conducted on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Notes about the trip

  • Automatic discount when booking for more than 2 and 4 people!
  • Children under 2 years old participate for free, but don’t forget to add them to your order.
  • This tour is conducted by coach/bus.
  • Information regarding pickup zones and transportation can be found below the tour description.
  • The organizer reserves the right to change the order of sightseeing.


Gran Tour – Teide Masca Icod Garachico

The Gran Tour Teide Masca offers visits to the most characteristic and diverse places of Tenerife. It includes a full-day itinerary for exploring the island. The tour begins with the lunar landscapes of the El Teide National Park, where we will make a 30-minute stop. Here, we will see the highest peak in Spain and the El Teide volcano, along with its surroundings and neighboring volcanoes. We will also discover the rock formations of Roques de Garcia, which have endured here for millions of years. This tour does not include the option to take the Teleferico cable car, allowing for a more comprehensive sightseeing plan. If you are interested in a tour with the cable car ride, we invite you to join our Teide Half-Day Tour.

After the stop at the El Teide National Park, we will head towards Icod de Los Vinos. Here we can admire the famous El Drago Milenario, which is over 1000 years old! The next destination on the tour is Garachico, once the most important port city of Tenerife, which was destroyed by the eruption of a nearby volcano in 1706. The town was then rebuilt on lava foundations, and today it is an interesting and impressive place. Visitors can stroll through the cobblestone streets of its historic-artistic center, one of the most representative on the Canary Islands. Also admire the impressive natural pools formed by volcanic lava.

Finally, we will visit a pirate village nestled amidst the beautiful Teno mountain range. Continuing the journey, we will admire breathtaking landscapes towards the stunning Masca Gorge until we finally reach the charming village of Masca. This picturesque village, together with the surrounding gorge, is often compared in beauty to Machu Picchu.


Free round-trip transportation from south of Tenerife

  • El Medano, Golf del Sur, Amarilla Golf
  • Las Galletas, Costa del Silencio
  • Los Cristianos, Playa de las Americas, Costa Adeje
  • Playa Paraiso, Callao Salvaje
  • Puerto de Santiago, Los Gigantes


Free round-trip transportation from north of Tenerife

  • Puerto de la Cruz


Recommended to take

  • Camera
  • Sweatshirt or long-sleeved shirt
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Water
  1. After placing your order, you will receive an automatic email summarizing your order.
  2. We respond to orders within 24 hours. If you want immediate order processing, be sure to contact us by phone!
  3. Our customer service will process your order within 24h, and you will receive an email containing: tickets, map and additional information on attraction.
  4. When ordering with transport, remember to provide the exact address of your stay in Tenerife.
  5. All attractions available on our site are safe and checked by us individually so that we can fully guarantee their high quality.

The location on the map shows the Sol Arona hotel in Los Cristianos. If your accommodation is outside the free pickup zone, this point will be your meeting place. The hotel has been chosen as the starting point due to its easy accessibility and the possibility of free car parking.


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