Teide Observatory

To the Teide Observatory!

Along with Chile and Hawaii, the Canary Islands are one of the three best spots on Earth to observe the sky.

If we add to this characteristic the geographical situation of the Teide Observatory, located at an altitude of 2,390 m, the result is that Tenerife concentrates the best European solar telescopes.

The Teide Observatory began to operate in 1964 and focuses on solar observations and robotic astronomy.

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Our customers' reviews

An unforgettable experience with great professionals

We have been in great company, our guide Cristian told us about the history of the island while our driver, Sebastian, took us to the most wonderful places. They are both great professionals and we are very grateful for all the knowledge and treatment we have received. Congratulations!
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Teide Tour and Cable car ride
Verónica Doval Garabatos

We purchased our tickets in advance online and we had no problems whatsoever on the day.

We purchased our tickets in advance online and we had no problems whatsoever on the day. There was a great number of people that were left without tickets at the ticket office…
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Mount Teide Cable Car
José Ramón de los Ríos Martínez

Amazing way to end a day from the top of a volcano

Seeing the sunset in a place near to the Teide's peak is one of the most amazing experiences you can live here. We had good luck because the visibility was incredible, so we saw more islands from the top, like La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro. Im from Tenerife, this was the second time I booked for this experience. And I would do it again, and again. 100% recommended.
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Sunset Tour
Ana Acosta Álvarez