Occupying a major part of north-eastern Tenerife, this park is huge and has dense jungle areas. Hiking is a common sport here and people come here to see some of the endangered native animals.
Also known as the Anaga Rural park, it is a protected natural area located in the Anaga mountains in Canary Islands. It was declared as the 2015 biosphere reserve. It has the largest number of endemic species in entire Europe. It is a place of natural, scenic and cultural relevance and there are various sites of tourist interests within the park. To explore it in the best way, one can try out the numerous trails in this locality. Walk on the delicate volcanic sand or swim in the Atlantic waters, as this will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for any visitor.
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