Tenerife is "the island of a thousand experiences"! The mild climate makes Tenerife Island an ideal destination for honeymooners and adventure tourists. While couples relax under the sun at Bora Bora, newlyweds in Tenerife can climb the highest peak in Europe at Teide National Park. The beauty of popular travel destinations like Bora Bora (and especially honeymoon destinations throughout Asia) are teeming with tropical foliage, deep blue-green waters, and rich local culture. However, Tenerife Island is also a prime destination for tropical destinations. Don't believe it? Check out these must-see attractions that will have travelers packing their bags to Tenerife ASAP!

8 The Highest Peak in Europe

Sticking out like a sore thumb (but in the best way possible), Tenerife is home to the Teide National Park. At the park, admire the volcanic peak that is the highest in Europe at 3,715 meters! On top of that, visitors can soak in incredible views of calderas, lava cones, and other volcanic structures that are adorned with hues of bright red, orange, and beige. Experienced hikers can reach the peak in six hours, while other visitors can take a cable car to the top (which will only take a few minutes).

7 Be One With Tenerife's Pine Forest

While Maui's bamboo forest dazzles visitors, Tenerife's beautiful pine forests at the Corona Forestal Natural Park will keep travelers in awe too! The fresh scent of pine mingled with the intense hue of the tree's green foliage, making it a beautiful backdrop against Tenerife's skies and volcanic structures. While perusing the forest, visitors can also awe the ravines and valleys nearby.

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6 Step Into A 15th Century Town At San Cristóbal de la Laguna!

Tenerife’s town of San Cristóbal de la Laguna houses no walls and is rich with local history. The town's layout has remained the same since the 15th century and was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can explore the historic town while admiring the distinct architecture influenced by Neoclassical, Modernist, Rationalist, Contemporary, and Mudéjar designs. San Cristóbal de la Laguna is a visual example of history, where exchanges of American and European culture are visible through the town's layout and decor.

5 Visit the Laurel Forest, Exclusive To Very Few Parts Of The World

Want to see an enchanted forest unlike any other in the world? The Laurisilva of the Canary Islands is one-of-a-kind. It is home to vegetation that cannot be found anywhere else in the world except in regions around the Canary Islands. Studded with laurel trees, visitors will love watching the "sea of clouds" hugging the forest hills, making the foliage look like a stunning painting.

4 Visit The Canary Island's Most Exciting Museum At A Historic Building

The Museum of Nature and Archaeology (or MUNA), this Canary Island museum, is housed at the Nuestra Señora de Los Desamparados Civilian Hospital, built in the 18th century. Archaeology and science buffs will enjoy the museum's archaeology and natural sciences exhibits. In addition, this family-friendly attraction is home to educational exhibits about the Guanches peoples, locals of Tenerife that thrived on the island before the European influences. Explore interesting artifacts and mummies in Santa Cruz de Tenerife!

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3 Visit The Best Water Park In The World!

Tenerife Island is home to many beaches perfect for swimming and soaking in the sun. But no trip to Tenerife is complete without a trip to Siam Park, the island's ultimate water kingdom! For several years, travelers around the world rave about this water park in Costa Adeje. Decorated in a Thai theme, this park was opened by the Princess of Thailand, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn! Since 2007, visitors have enjoyed the water rides and attractions of Siam Park, which include a 66-ft (or 20-meter) wide funnel known as The Dragon and a four-person slide known as the Vulcano! For a more peaceful ride, visitors can lounge along the world's largest lazy river at Siam Park or take a dip at the Coco Beach Wave Pool.

2 Attend The Best Party In All Of Europe!

Tenerife Island is known as Europe's Carnival Capital due to the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife! Sharing the carnival spotlight with its sister city, Rio de Janeiro, the carnival at Tenerife is a grand celebration, attracting hundreds of thousands of people every year! Bright lights, incredible music, lively parades, and colorful costumes fill the streets of Tenerife. The festivities of Santa Cruz de Tenerife occur every year sometime between February and March. It's an integral event that is part of the island's heritage.

1 Stargaze And Admire The Night Sky At Tenerife's Starlight Reserve

There are three starlight reserves in the Canary Islands, one of which resides at the Teide National Park. In the daytime, tourists can admire the volcanic landscape of the park. Meanwhile, at night, they can return to admire the stars. What's more romantic than soaking in the sights of countless stars sprinkled across the sky? Visitors can also visit the park's scientific center to learn the magic behind them.

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