Tenerife through the eyes of travellers

In this post, dedicated to the female travelers who visit us, we’ve curated a compilation of stories that we hope will inspire you on your next trip to Tenerife.


Alex Outhwaite is a popular newscaster in the UK. She came to our island to record a report for Sky TV, but the island surprised her more than she expected. On her trip she saw cetaceans in the sea, learned about Canarian culture and the “shepherd’s jump” and, of course, visited the Teide National Park.

Alex recently uploaded a photo of herself paragliding over the island and reminisced about the good times she spent here. “The truth is that I did not expect such spectacular places to exist in Tenerife.” 


Jakiya came from Senegal to spend a few days in Tenerife with a group of colleagues from her country. Together they visited places like Masca, Icod de los Vinos and El Médano. Jakiya is a born traveler who left her job to travel the world and inspire others to dare to discover new places.

Marta, María and Lucía

Marta Soriano, María Valdés and Lucia Bárcena are passionate about the world of fashion and styling. They came to Tenerife to attend the island’s  International Fashion Fair, but couldn’t resist dipping into our gastronomy. They returned from Tenerife knowing how to make a Mojo sauce and wrinkled potatoes, and with the memory of the taste of wines that once  enticed Shakespeare.


Emily is one half of the Along Dusty Roads blog team along with her partner Andrew. She came to Tenerife in 2018 and set out to explore the active side of the island; kayaking in Los Gigantes, walking through the volcanic landscapes of Mount Teide, and seeing the stars after nightfall. A whole experience that changed the way they saw Tenerife.


Pauline is a passionate traveller from Luxembourg.  She got to know Tenerife in-depth as it was her “base camp” for an ambitious sailing trip across the Atlantic. She also took these 25 photographs that will make you fall in love with Tenerife.


Kristin from Germany believes in sustainable travel and, together with her partner Rayco, traveled to different places in Tenerife. From hiking in Anaga to the streets of La Orotava, Kristin knows the island very well because it was the place where she and her partner decided to get married.

These are just a few examples of travelers of all kinds who, for one reason or another, decided to make memories in Tenerife. Are you ready to start your own Tenerife journey?


  1. Somebody told me that Tenerife is better during Autum than during Summer. What do you think about that? are restaurant all open? are activities and hotels all open? I have hollydays in October and I’m a little scare of finding things closed. Thank you.

    • Hello! Autumn in Tenerife is wonderful. The temperature is warm; perfect for beach days combined with nature activities. All over the island we have hotels, golf courses, leisure parks, museums and restaurants open; it is true that not all of them are, but you have a good offer for your holidays. What kind of activities are you interested in? when the dates come closer we can help you with companies and restaurants that are open Thank you for choosing Tenerife” Have a great day

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