Kayak in Tenerife
Your adventure in the Atlantic Ocean!
Los Gigantes: is the first location that always comes to mind when we refer to kayaking. This area has a multitude of spectacular cliffs. If the weather is good, it is possible to take a good bath away from the world in a cove such as Playa del Eco, which is about 1 km north of the port of Los Cristianos.
Costa de Adeje: it provides possibilities of somewhat hidden environments. Although Puerto Colón is the port of choice, if you rent a kayak and take the car north to La Caleta (or leave from Puerto Colón if you have more time and desire), you will be able to reach more quiet and beautiful locations north of La Caleta, such as Diego Hernández’s Wild Beach and other similar corners in the area.
Los Cristianos: is a fairly popular location in the south of the island. Bring your kayak and head south to Puerto de los Cristianos for beautiful views of the coastline. You will have the chance to see dolphins and turtles along the way. Due to the more arid climate of the south of the island, it is especially recommended bringing sunscreen and plenty of water.
Mesa del mar: offers two very different difficulty routes. The easiest way is to leave from Playa de la Arena towards the north to El Pris. In this route, you will be able to appreciate the coast in a more relaxed way and stop in this nearby town. To the south, a long road along the gigantic cliffs of Bahía de la Garañona to the beach of Costa Sauzal. A road of approximately 4.6 km that can take up much of the day, but the views and tranquility that you breathe in this part of the island will leave you wanting more.
Tabaiba: in the south of the capital of Tenerife, the area’s beaches offer a good starting point to see locations such as El Baúl. You will arrive at Half Mountain, Piedra de San Luis, Punta de las Coloradas and Punta Pachona. A plus: the beautiful views of the picturesque village of Boca Cangrejo.
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