Volcán del Teide, La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Visit the Teide Observatory in Tenerife, currently considered the largest solar observatory in the world and one of the most active contributors to science through its almost daily publications.
Canary Islands is one of the best places to observe the sky. Take advantage of your trip to Tenerife to discover the sun from another interesting perspective.
Go to the Observatory and discover all the secrets of the daytime sky at the Teide Observatory. The Canary Islands have the privilege of being one of the three best areas of the world for the observation of the sky. Are you going to miss this opportunity?
Located in a unique environment, at the top of a volcano, the Teide telescopes have the latest technology for scientific study and dissemination and astrophysics. Complement your visit to the Teide with this activity that will take the scientist inside you.
In addition to having fantastic views of this volcanic landscape, you will visit the gigantic night telescope, you will learn about the importance of the Canary sky for the purposes of the studies that take place there, you will participate in an astrophysics workshop and the most fun, to manage solar telescopes.
Admire the sun as you have never done before: its "heartbeat", spots and solar eruptions ... all this and more curiosities of the sky with your visit to the Teide Observatory.
Duration 1h 30 '
It is necessary to be 20 'before at the Izaña Observatory
In the price of your ticket, you have included the guided tour in the selected language and the participation in an astrophysics workshop.
Children under 14 have a discount on admission. For reasons of altitude sickness, children under the age of 8 do not have an entry available.
Teide Observatory Guided Tour - Spanish
Spanish guided visit to the Observatory (daytime).
Children under 8, are not allowed.
Prices for non-residents.
Teide Observatory Guided Tour - English
English guided visit to the Observatory (daytime).
Children under 8 are not allowed.
Prices for non-residents.
Do not forget to bring your ID and reservation (Voucher). Plan your tour with time since you must be 20 'before, if you arrive too late you may not visit.
The Observatory is 2,390 meters high and can only be done by car. You will have to access the general road TF-24, at the height of Km 37. At kilometre 1 of the TF-514 road, you will see the Observatory
Address: 38002 La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife
It is necessary to protect yourself from the sun so you should bring:
Other aspects to consider in your visit to the Observatory:
(Brunei Darussalam) 16/09/2019
good experiencie, aesy acces and thanks.