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Why Tenerife is the ideal destination for your next yoga holiday

Holidays are all about relaxing and recharging your batteries, and what better way to do that than with some yoga practice. If you are thinking about your next yoga holiday, here are a few reasons why Tenerife should be on your radar: The climate is perfect Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary islands and […]
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10 reasons why you should try rock climbing on Tenerife

Did you know that Tenerife is home to some terrific outdoor rock climbing? Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced climber, there are plenty of canyons, boulders, and overhangs to choose from. Besides, rock climbing is a fantastic full-body workout, so it’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors and stay active on your holidays. […]
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New Year, new adventures

Happy New Year! The year we leave behind has been amazing all around. Our little team has grown, we’ve introduced lots of new activities, and are left with even more motivation to tackle everything 2019 has to offer. We’ve certainly achieved a lot, but as we grow bigger, so do our goals and ambitions. We’re […]
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Christmas in Tenerife

Spending Christmas abroad can be an unforgettable experience, but it can also take a bit of getting used to. At least for those of us who come from Northern Europe, spending Christmas Day under a palm tree in warm and sunny Tenerife can feel a bit odd at first. Luckily, Tenerife is a great place […]
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A Beginner’s guide to wine in Tenerife

A brief history Wine production in Tenerife started in the 15th century after vine grapes were introduced to the island by the Spanish. Today there are several grape varieties that are completely unique to the island, thanks to a plant epidemic called phylloxera, which destroyed many European vineyards in the 19th century. Wines made with […]
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Hiking in the footsteps of the Guanches

Who were the Guanches? The Guanches were the native inhabitants of the Canary Islands. They were a group of light skinned people who most likely arrived by sea from North Africa long before the Spanish made their way over to these shores. Researchers think that the Guanches were closely related to the Berber tribes who […]
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