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Temperatures in the canaries in march: Canary Islands Weather in March

Опубликовано: February 9, 2023 в 2:47 am


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Sea water temperature in Tenerife in March

Is Tenerife warm enough to swim in spring? In March sea water temperature throughout Tenerife is not yet warm enough for swimming and does not exceed 20°C. Based on average water temperature observations over the past ten years, the warmest sea in Tenerife in March was 19.3°C (in Puerto de Santiago), and the coldest water 18.9°C (in Santa Cruz de Tenerife). To find out the sea temperature today and in the coming days, go to Current sea temperature in Tenerife

Tenerife cities and resorts with the values of the average water temperature in March in recent years.
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Places with the warmest average sea water temperature in Tenerife in March. Also indicated are the maximum and minimum temperatures in March for these locations based on observations over the past 10 years

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Los Gigantes 19.3°C 18.1°C 20.8°C
Playa San Juan 19.3°C 18.1°C 20.8°C
Playa de la Arena 19.3°C 18.1°C 20.8°C
Guia de Isora 19.3°C 18.1°C 20.8°C
Alcala 19.3°C 18.1°C 20.8°C

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November 8, 2022

Autumn is the best time to see those warty, wrinkly looking fruits called Osage oranges, and this year, I have dozens of them growing at my farm.

Have you ever heard of an Osage orange? The Osage orange, Maclura pomifera, is actually not an orange at all, and is more commonly known as a hedge-apple, horse-apple, or mock-orange. Each one is about four to five inches in diameter and filled with a dense cluster of hundreds of smaller fruits – some say it even resembles the many lobes of a brain. For the most part, the Osage orange is considered inedible because of its texture and taste, but they’re very interesting and fun to grow.

Here are some photos, enjoy.

I have beautiful healthy Osage orange trees along three sides of my North Maple Paddock surrounding the run-in field and shed, not far from my tennis court. Here they are now as the leaves start to fall.

Before the leaves turn color, these trees are bold green. Properly maintained, these trees make a lovely natural hedge and fence and can grow up to 60 feet tall.

In winter, the trees must be pruned regularly to keep them in bounds. Without pruning, Osage orange trees grow in dense unruly thickets as multi-stemmed shrubs.

This is what they look like all pruned. We prune these Osage orange trees every couple of years.

Yesterday, the Osage orange trees were standing out in their autumn yellow. Before the invention of barbed wire in the 1800s, thousands of miles of hedge were constructed by planting young Osage Orange trees closely together. The goal was to grow them “horse high, bull strong and hog tight.” Farmers wanted them to be tall enough that a horse would not jump it, stout enough that a bull would not push it, and woven so tightly that a hog could not find its way through.

And they grow very fast for small deciduous trees – the shoots from a single year can grow up to three to six feet long. I planted many of the Osage trees at the farm about five years ago and they’re thriving.

The wood of the Osage orange tree is extremely hard and durable. On older trunks the bark is orange-brown and furrowed. The heavy, close-grained yellow-orange wood is very dense and is prized for tool handles, treenails, and fence posts.

The leaves are three to five inches long and about three-inches wide. They are thick, firm, dark green and pale green in spring and summer and then yellow in fall. There is also a line down the center of each leaf, with lines forming upside-down V-shapes extending from the center line to the edge of the leaf.

Here is a closer look at the yellow autumn leaves – so bright.

On this side of the paddock closest to my tennis court, the trees are in the process of turning. Osage oranges should be grown in full sun on well-drained soil. This tough, native plant can withstand almost anything when established – heat, cold, wind, drought, poor soil, ice storms, and rot.

Osage orange branches are armed with stout, straight spines growing from the leaf axils.

On this tree, one can see the many, many fruits on almost every branch. Osage Orange is actually a cousin to the mulberry tree.

Here’s a closer view of the fruits on the tree – this is the most prolific year ever for the Osage orange at my farm.

The Osage orange is dioecious meaning that there are both female and male trees; only female trees produce fruit. So far, we have one female tree laden with these warty looking fruits.

The name of the tree comes from the Osage tribe, which lived near the home range of the tree and could smell the orange-like aroma of the fruit after it was ripe.

The fruits are strong – they often persist on the tree after the leaves have fallen off.

Upon close inspection, the Osage orange is large, round, hard, and wrinkled or bumpy in texture.

Cut in half, the fruit exposes a pithy core surrounded by up to 200 small seeds that are much sought-after by squirrels. It is also filled with a sticky latex sap that some say repels insects.

By late fall, many fruits drop to the ground. Although these fruits are not edible to humans, they are not toxic to humans or other animals.

And looking past the Osage orange hedge into the pasture, one can see these handsome boys – Friesians Rinze, Bond, Hylke, Geert, and the Fell pony, Banchunch, grazing away. Do you have Osage orange trees where you live?

November 7, 2022

The landscape looks so mysterious shrouded in thick fog.

Do you get a lot of fog where you live? My Bedford, New York farm is in close proximity to a reservoir, where early patches of fog are quite common. Fog is essentially made up of condensed water droplets – a result of the air being cooled to the point where it can no longer hold all the water vapor it contains. It can be thin or thick – sometimes so thick it obscures the road and other objects ahead making it difficult for driving or even walking. One day last week, I woke up to a very dense fog, which covered the area for several hours.

It was a great opportunity to capture some photos of this atmospheric phenomenon, enjoy.

It’s hard to see where this road turns. This is the carriage road leading to my home – my tall stand of bald cypress trees is on the left and my long and winding pergola is on the right. In the distance, there are many trees still showing off their fall colors, but heavy fog blocks them all.

This is my allée of pin oaks. These tall majestic trees look bewildering in the fog. At the end is a carriage road intersection, but the thick fog makes it impossible to see.

On this foggy morning it was even difficult to see trees up close. These are two of my American beech trees, still holding tight to their leaves.

This view through the woodland is also very foggy – only the green and yellow foliage of the tree on the left stands out. Fog can form in two ways: either by cooling the air to its dew point or by evaporation and mixing – this happens often when the earth radiates heat at night or in the early morning.

Fog happens when it is very humid. There has to be a lot of water vapor in the air for fog to form. This is one of the most popular vantage points at the farm – the foot of the carriage road leading to the woodlands and my hayfields.

And don’t confuse fog and mist. Fog is denser than mist. This means fog contains more water molecules in the same amount of space. Fog cuts visibility down to six-tenths of a mile while mist can reduce visibility to about one to 1.2 miles.

In between the trees and the fenced-in paddocks, one can barely see the giant dark green white pines in the distance – but they’re there.

Even with the dense fog, my outdoor grounds crew keeps busy with all the autumn leaf blowing. It is hard to keep up with it – there are so many leaves to blow this time of year.

Some of the ginkgo trees have already lost their leaves but many tend to lose all their leaves at the same time. As the weather gets colder, the petioles get what’s called scars to protect the tree from disease after the leaves fall. After the hard frost sweeps down the east coast, this ginkgo, and others at the farm, will drop its leaves to the ground leaving a gorgeous carpet of color below.

This is the view through this grove of dawn redwoods, Metasequoia. These are so pretty in fall. They have feathery, fine-textured needles that are approximately a half-inch long. And look at its bark. The bark of the dawn redwood becomes deeply fissured as the tree matures.

This photo shows the thick fog just past the weeping branches of the willow.

Here’s more fog seen from the fence of my run-in horse paddock. The thicker the fog, the longer it takes to dissipate. This fog lasted until mid to late morning.

This view is in the back hayfield looking at the trees – one can barely see their outline.

At the upper edge of my back hayfield was a family of wild turkeys walking single file across the grass. They seemed un-phased by the foggy conditions.

At the far end of the back hayfield is my giant sycamore tree, the symbol of my farm. This tree is among the largest of the trees on the property.

This is a view looking down a section of my Linden Tree Allée – one of two at the farm. At the end is the carriage road to my home – hard to see, but it’s there.

Do you know what’s ahead in this photo? This image was taken from my Boxwood Allée looking toward my stable at the end.

This view is from my Boxwood Allée looking at my new living maze – look long enough and see the outline of the trees in the distance. Do you know… the foggiest place in the world is Grand Banks, off the island of Newfoundland, Canada? The cold Labrador current from the north and the warm Gulf Stream current from the east create just the right conditions for thick fog to form almost every day of the year.

Here’s a look across a pasture to another section of the Linden Tree Allée. This entire allée runs from the old corn crib all the way down to the vegetable garden.

The sun tried hard to shine through the clouds. All the fog was gone by afternoon, when the skies were blue and the temperatures hit nearly 74-degrees Fahrenheit. Today is also expected to be unseasonably warm, and then tomorrow, autumn weather returns with temperatures expected to drop to the 50s.

November 5, 2022

Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon continues to provide a great meal-kit delivery service that’s full of delicious recipes and helpful cooking tips.

Last week, we hosted a “Friendsgiving” event to highlight our Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving menu sides and desserts. Lifestyle editors, influencers, and members of the press gathered in the test kitchen of our New York City headquarters to join us. I showed everyone how to make one of my favorite autumn cocktails – the apple cider bourbon sour. Guests also participated in a charcuterie board making activity using lots of delicious cured meats, crackers, fresh and dried fruits, nuts, and an assortment of cheeses from Murray’s on beautiful cutting boards by Khem Studios, one of our American Made Makers on We served sweet and savory bites from Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon, Martha’s Chard by 19Crimes and a variety of Fever Tree drinks. It was a wonderful time for all, and a great way to kick-off the busy holiday season.

Here are some photos.

At the entrance to the test kitchen was a stack of Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon boxes. Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon always delivers the ingredients and the recipes in well-marked, well-packaged boxes.

Around the center island, we displayed recipe cards featuring Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon Thanksgiving sides and desserts.

The middle work station was decorated with pumpkins and gourds and dressed with all the ingredients for our special charcuterie board making activity.

Trays were filled with specialty food items for the boards. A charcuterie board is an appetizer typically served on a wooden board or stone slab, either eaten straight from the board itself or portioned onto flatware. It features a selection of preserved foods, such as cured meats, cheeses and crackers.

There were also bowls of olives and cornichons, or tiny pickles. In some places they’re referred to as gherkins.

We provided an assortment of cheeses from the famous Murray’s artisanal cheese and specialty foods retailer and wholesaler in New York City. The cheese selections included Barn First Creamery Quinby, Stichelton, Murray’s Cave Aged Reserved Greensward, Gruyère, and Alpage Moléson.

The event was scheduled for 4pm – everyone arrived right on time.

A photo station was set up in one corner for those wanting to pose with fun hand signs. Here are Geanine (@geaninecilenti) and Brianne (@strollerinthecity).

And here’s Inga (@ingatylam) with a hand sign of me.

This group photo includes Alexa (@alexamjdotcom), Adeola (@theadeolacrown), Allison, Tiffany, Tasheena (@simplytasheena), and Morgan (@nomastehungry).

Here’s a nice snapshot of some of the Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon team – Kevin Chen, Sarah Crowder, Rachel Perlmutter, and Molly Krueger.

And here’s one of Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon’s Eliza Winograd, Theo Kaloudis, and Jennifer Aaronson.

Some of the hors d’oeuvres passed around included these Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry Glaze – one of the appetizers featured on the Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon menus for Thanksgiving – everyone loved them.

For beverages, we offered my 19Crimes Martha’s Chard and an assortment of Fever Tree drinks – club soda, ginger ale, sparkling lime & yuzu, and sparkling Sicilian lemonade.

In this area, Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon desserts, also available as part of the meal menu options for Thanksgiving. Among them, Pink Lady Apple Crisp with Oats & Warm Spices, Cranberry Buttermilk Chess Pie, Pecan Pie with Maple, Caramel & Brown Butter,
and Pumpkin French Toast Bake.

Everything was set up for my demo. I showed everyone how to make my apple cider bourbon sours. I filled a pitcher with eight-ounces of bourbon and 16-ounces of apple cider. Then I used a citrus juicer to squeeze the juice of one lemon. The serving glasses were pre-rimmed with brown sugar. After each cocktail was poured, it was garnished with a thin apple slice.

I also offered several tips during my demo, including this one – use a frozen ball of apple cider in place of ice, so the drink doesn’t get watered down as the ice melts. I keep the apple slices in a bowl of lemon juice nearby, so they don’t brown while the drinks are being prepared.

At each charcuterie board station was a beautiful cutting board from Khem Studios, an American Made maker featured on These are Walnut Mega Whale Bone Cutting Boards – handmade using locally sourced, kiln-dried hardwoods.

It was so nice to see everyone enjoying their projects. Making them, and then eating from them.

Here’s a photo of influencers Stephanie (@adventuresofchefanie), Jen (@indulgenteats), Jessica (@cheatdayeats), and Rachel (@thecarboholic).

And here I am with influencers Taylor (@taylorjphillips) and Jeff (@jeffodonnell). It was a fun time had by all. Please visit the Martha Stewart & Marley Spoon page and find out how you can get our delicious meal kits including our flavorful sides and desserts for Thanksgiving. It’s such a wonderful and easy way to ensure you and your family can enjoy tasty and nutritious meals now and for the holidays.

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The weather in the Crimea in March is fundamentally different from that to which the inhabitants of Siberia and central Russia are accustomed. Nature shakes off a short winter stupor, the air becomes warmer, and the sea no longer cools. The sun warms quite noticeably, but its rays are gentle and spare the awakening vegetation. Snowdrops begin to bloom in the mountains, followed by daffodils and hyacinths. Such beauty cannot be seen here in another time period. In general, weather conditions continue to be changeable, but the average daily temperature is +8 °C. Anomalies happen every few decades. The record values ​​recorded during the observation period are +27. 8 °C and -7.3 °C.

Precipitation, especially on the coast, is surprisingly low. But in the mountains it is still frosty, the ski centers are crowded, the tourist season is reaching its peak. Although nature gives Crimea more heat this month than in autumn, it is cooler in spring, since most of it goes to warm the earth and the upper layers of water in the Azov and Black Seas. The temperature gap between different regions of the peninsula is shrinking, but still continues to be felt.


  • What is the weather like in the center of Crimea?
  • March on the eastern shores of the peninsula
  • First month of spring on the west coast
  • What will please the forecasts and climate on the South Coast?

What is the weather like in the center of Crimea?

The coolest weather in the Crimea in March (reviews confirm this) in the central and northern regions. Its formation here is greatly influenced by air masses coming from the continent. They do not meet obstacles in the form of mountain ranges and calmly penetrate deep into the region. Cool northern winds are accompanied by rains, which bring discomfort. In the first month of spring, much more precipitation falls than in April. According to this indicator, it surpasses all others on the peninsula.

The average temperature during the day is about +8 °C, but sometimes the air warms up to +12 °C. At night, the thermometer drops to 0 °C. Small frosts are considered quite normal. However, the morning sun copes with them in just a few hours. Most of the precipitation falls as rain, which can be quite unpleasant when accompanied by strong winds. Snowfall is a rarity. As a rule, it melts before reaching the ground, and there is no question of establishing a snow cover.

March on the eastern shores of the peninsula

Finding out what the weather is like in Crimea in March, the east will also please you. On the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov, which warms up more slowly than the Black Sea, spring is in no hurry to come into its own. Interestingly, in its northern part, the climate is more mild than in the southern. If the temperature of sea water in Kerch is one degree higher than in Dzhankoy, then the situation with air is reversed. During the day in the latter, it is generally twice as warm, and the usual Kerch night frosts, reaching -4 ° C, end here in February.

The number of clear days doubles compared to the end of winter, reaching ten. Sometimes in the last decade of the month the sun warms up the air even up to +16 °C. However, even with lower rates in calm weather, you can feel quite comfortable. The average amount of precipitation falling per month is only 26 mm, therefore, when going here for a vacation, you don’t need to take an umbrella. But this can also be said about a bathing suit – the temperature of the water in the sea at +6 ° C is not conducive to swimming.

The first month of spring on the west coast

On the west coast, the weather in the Crimea in March allows holidaymakers to feel quite comfortable. It is ideal for rehabilitation in one of the local sanatoriums. The average temperature during the day is within +9 °C, and at night it rarely drops below +5 °C. On calm and clear days, the thermometer often reaches up to +13 °C. It becomes cold only when squally winds begin to blow from the sea. The length of the day gradually increases and by the end of the month it is already 12.7 hours.

The best on the site: Where is the warmest in Crimea in March

In March, as in February, strong winds continue to blow, the average monthly speed of which is 7.5 m/s. They will begin to subside only in April. Sunny days alternate with cloudy ones, their number in March is about the same. But there is little rainfall. Together with November, the start of spring is considered the driest in Western Crimea. The sea here is rarely absolutely calm, but it almost never comes to real storms. Dense fogs, typical for February, are also observed less frequently. Sea water maintains a temperature of about +7. 5 °C.

What will please the forecasts and climate on the South Coast?

Although the breath of spring begins to be felt on the southern coast already from the first days of March, the air warms up gradually, literally by one degree. If in the first decade the thermometer in the daytime will be at +6 ° C, then the weather in Crimea at the end of March will please more, here the temperature rises to +12 ° C. Average nighttime figures will be +3 ° C at the beginning of the month, and slight frosts are quite possible. In the last decade, it will already reach +8 °C.

Not in a hurry to Yalta or Alushta and the sun. Cloudy weather at this time is not uncommon, and there are only about twelve clear days. According to experienced tourists, you should not be afraid of annoying rains. Precipitation in March is only 40 mm, which is one of the lowest figures for the year. The average wind speed reaches 5 m/s. However, there are both absolutely quiet and extremely windy days. The sea temperature near the coast is about +9 °C, which is not conducive to swimming.

Now you know what the weather is like in Crimea in March. In general, it is already quite comfortable to spend a vacation on the peninsula. The ski season is in full swing, museums and other attractions are available all year round, it is already warm around by average Russian standards. And, of course, the March prices for rest and treatment cannot but rejoice!

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Tenerife: the island of records | Saturday

“Saturday” at the invitation of the Spanish Ministry of Tourism explored the island with the best climate in the world and got acquainted with its new tourist opportunities. We share useful addresses and tips.
Tenerife is called the island of eternal spring. It is believed that this place has the best climate in the world: the average air temperature is + 24-25o C, and the water is + 22o C. Due to the volcanic origin and the energy of the ocean, the island has a healing effect – it is not for nothing that astronauts and cosmonauts are sent here for rehabilitation. Tenerife is ideal for people of elegant age and those who want to put their heart and blood vessels in order. According to the NASA space agency, the climate of the Canary archipelago is the best on the planet. The Tenerife Tourist Department has even launched a special medical tourism program: various medical, health and rehabilitation courses (translation into any language is provided to clients).
The tourist season is here all year round. European pensioners and families with preschool children have chosen the island for “wintering” – they rent apartments for six months and spend the autumn-winter season here, when the Canary Islands become the only sunny and warm place in Europe.
Canary Islands is 115 km from Morocco. That is, geographically it is Africa. But at the same time, in fact – Europe, a piece of Spain, and one of the best and most colorful. The roads are beautiful, the towns are well-groomed, the service is excellent.
From the countries of mass tourism, you can swim in the sea in winter in the exotic Emirates, Egypt, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Seychelles, Mauritius, Brazil, Mexico and the Caribbean. In terms of cheapness, the Canaries are in third place after Egypt and Thailand. In favor of Tenerife are also the flight time (three to four hours from any Western European capital) and the imperceptible time difference with the mainland (no acclimatization). But most importantly, the Canaries are a safe, civilized Europe.
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We got to Tenerife via Berlin. On the plane, we found ourselves next to a friend from Riga, who was traveling for a whole month with her third-grader son. When asked why not to Turkey or Greece, she answered that they were in Turkey – Greece, I want to combine a vacation for a child with a development and broadening of horizons program in the style of the Discovery Channel. Plus, there is no crazy Mediterranean heat here in the summer and vacations are cheaper at prices. Prices in Tenerife are much lower than in continental Spain, since the cost of living in the Canaries is lower than on the continent.

Family program

Indeed, Tenerife seems to be created for families. In addition to the standard beach set, you can create any vacation scenario here: from visiting the observatory and hiking to the crater of the volcano to watching whales and dolphins and exploring the ancient pyramids. There are relic forests and picturesque gorges, scorched volcanic landscapes and banana plantations, cute medieval towns and bustling American-style resorts. And such a variety of theme amusement parks is not, perhaps, anywhere else.
Loro Parque is the main hit of the island. This is a botanical garden, a nature reserve, a circus, an amusement park and an educational center under one roof. Rather, behind one fence of the zoo.
The world’s largest penguinarium, a unique orchid nursery, a colossal show of killer whales, dolphins and fur seals, a giant coral reef aquarium, a flamingo nursery and a huge collection of parrots: more than 600 rare breeds, many of which can only be seen here as they disappear forever from the wild. In a special performance, you can see how the parrots ride a bike, swing on a swing, read, count and perform other unimaginable tricks. The Loro Parque Aquarium, with a 20-meter glass tunnel where sharks swim above your head, is considered one of the best in the world.
Loro Park is always full of tourists – groups arrive at 12 o’clock. In order to see everything calmly and without hustle, you need to go to the opening, by 8.30.
The owner of Loro Park also owns one of the best hotels on the island, Hotel Botanico, where this year they launched a special children’s program Botanico Kinder Adventure: while parents enjoy the spa or relax by the pool in a tropical garden, children are taken to Loro Park under the supervision of teachers , where they are entertained by animators, they play with animals, go backstage, attend dolphin and fur seal training.
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Jungle Park is less known but worth a visit. This is a real tropical jungle island. In addition, there are no crowds of tourists here, so you can even get lost in the tropical thickets among vines and waterfalls, where a giant pelican or a free-running flamingo will meet you.
The park is located 10 minutes from the resort area of ​​Las Americas. You can get there on a free green panoramic bus that runs around the resort every half hour. Parrot shows start at 11.00 and 14.30. Performances of eagles and hawks – at 12.00 and 16.00.
The pride of the park is a white lion. Today there are only 27 such copies in the whole world. The funniest inhabitants are raccoons and meerkats. Animals are housed in spacious enclosures in conditions close to natural. You can ride a bob (bobsleigh) or walk along the rope obstacle course (Jungle Raid).
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Siam Park is the best water park in Europe. Its creators visited fifty water parks around the world and took the most interesting ideas. Designers and engineers have made Siam Park large-scale and spectacular. Each attraction is special. The park is surrounded by tropical greenery. At the entrance you are greeted by fur seals living in their pavilion with a swimming pool. On the territory there are beaches with sun loungers, many restaurants. More suitable for teenagers. And with kids it is better to visit Aqualand.
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Aqualand has lost popularity since the opening of the new Siam Park. But on the other hand, there are no queues for water rides – while in Siam Park you have to stand in line for slides for 40-50 minutes. In addition, Aqualand has a quality dolphin show (daily at 15.30). You can also get there by panoramic free bus.
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On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays there is a jousting tournament with dinner and a flamenco show at Castillo San Miguel. On Thursdays there is a translation of the show into Russian.
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The Piramides de Guimar Park is a complex discovered by the famous traveler Thor Heyerdahl. Here you can learn a lot of interesting things about the local ancient pyramids of Guimar and other famous pyramids in the world: from the Incas to the Egyptian ones. And also see various exhibits brought by Heyerdahl from travels, models of the boats on which he sailed, including the model of the legendary papyrus boat Ra II.
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Camel Park near Los Cristianos offers camel rides and traditional Arabic cuisine.
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The Jardin de Aclimatacion de La Orotava botanical garden in Puerto de la Cruz, founded in the 18th century by order of the Spanish king, has a unique collection of plants from all over the world, from Brazil to Madagascar. Jardin Botanico on the island of Tenerife is one of the oldest in the world.
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The Pueblo Chico (“Little City”) miniature park is located here, in the La Orotava area. Here are copies of the most famous Canarian architectural structures and landscapes in 1:25 scale: the Teide volcano, the lunar landscape, buildings of the pre-Hispanic era of the Guanches, the ancient capital of La Laguna, endemic plants that grow nowhere else in the world.
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Monkey Park (Monkey Park) – a mandatory item in the children’s program. Here you can freely enter the animal enclosure, feed them from your hands, pet them and take pictures. You need to come to the opening, while the monkeys are still hungry and not sleepy. At the entrance, you buy a box of vegetables and immediately find yourself in an enclosure with lemurs – they trustfully take food directly from their hands. And chimpanzees and green monkeys clap their hands for carrots. Children squeal with delight.
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In the small Parque del Drago park of the town of Icod de los Vinos, there is the oldest dragon tree – a relic plant resembling a giant cactus. Among the Guanches, the ancient inhabitants of the Canaries, it was considered sacred. Dragon trees do not form annual rings, so it is impossible to determine their age. It is believed that the age of this tree is 2500-3000 years. If this is true, then this dracaena is the oldest living organism in the world.
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There is also the Butterfly Museum (Mariposario del Drago) – the Garden of Eden, where exotic specimens from all over the world flutter in the wild, a laboratory for observing caterpillars and pupae, a cinema hall. In total, more than a hundred species of butterflies have been collected. Photographing allowed.
Star route
The novelty of the season is sunset and stargazing on Mount Teide.
You meet the sunset at the top of the observation deck with a glass of champagne. Then – a dinner of typical Canarian cuisine with Canarian wines. In the final – observation of the stars under the guidance of specialists; high-precision telescopes allow you to view the most distant constellations.
The Teide National Park offers unique conditions for astronomical observations. Therefore, it houses one of the most important astronomical observatories in the world. (Children are admitted from the age of eight.)
For young people
Tenerife is not a place for young people. Although in the summer, European youth during vacations and vacations come here with pleasure.
In Las Americas, a youth party – Veronicas Street. The landmark is the Sol Tenerife hotel. To the right of it (if facing the ocean) is a two-story gallery of bars and discos. English youth lives there, who sleep during the day and come out at midnight. Opposite the Starco shopping center, there, too, life is seething at night. There are also red light streets: Llanos de Troya and Arquitecto Gomes Cuesta. In August, Los Cristianos hosts the annual Arona Summer Festival of electronic music, which features famous DJs from all over the world. The best beach nightclub is Papagayo.
The largest carnival in Europe takes place in the island’s capital city of Santa Cruz. It is considered the second in the world after the famous Brazilian Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.
The largest water park in Europe is the Tenerife Siam Park.
The highest artificial wave in the world (three meters) is created in the pool of Siam Park, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
Europe’s largest seawater pool, the Infinity Pool at the Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora.
The world’s largest telescope is planned to be installed in Tenerife – Russia is the initiator of the project. It is planned to build a telescope with a primary mirror with a diameter of 60 meters – this is almost three times larger than the diameter of the Giant Magellanic Telescope (Chile) – 24.5 meters.
The largest solar observatory in the world is located on Mount Teide. It has a large number of solar telescopes and night vision telescopes belonging to various European countries. Here is one of the most important astronomical observatories in the world.
The biggest in Europe and the best technical equipment in the world Orca Ocean swimming pool for killer whales is located in Loro Parque. All whales came from the famous American park Sea World.
The best dolphin show in Europe takes place in Loro Parque: dolphins demonstrate the wonders of acrobatics, dance like ballerinas, play ball.
The most modern and largest penguinarium in the world is the “Penguin Planet” in Loro Park. Refrigerators produce 12 tons of snow every day. The air is purified by special devices to arctic sterility.