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We drove up from Santa Cruz. An interesting drive.... to put it mildly. But incredible scenery. Be prepared to take a pack up. Hoping to go again. I would say if you’re in La Palma it’s one of the must do activities.
A must-visit area. The scale of the Caldera is truly breathtaking. From one of the viewpoints you can see right up to Roque de las Muchachos. Take a camera! Going back to La Palma next month and can't wait to take another look at this!
Without a car, it´s impossible to discover the island, especially the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. You can make nice walks here, the whole island is a walkers paradise. When you drive around the crater there are nice photo opportunities.
It’s a must see when on la Palma. The mountains are beautiful and we enjoyed a great deal.
We went for a 3 hour hike starting from mirador de cumbrecita towards Cancelita till roque de Morro de los gatos and back. Important: it’s just a...More
Walk from the visitor centre up the well marked paths, first part was through the cloud which is always there, emerge to blue sky’s once you reach 5500 feet then a very hot walk to the bothy overlooking the caldera views to die for.
I discover La Palma in 2012. Amazing forests, cliffs, deserted beaches and sleeping in the caves of the Wild North. Listen "the Voice of the Earth" is something that I´ll never forget. And then the Stars at night, the Brilliant Princesses dancing still and silent,...More
We had information that told us to catch the bus over to the Caldera de Taburiente and from there to head for the visitors centre, buy or obtain a map then get a taxi up to the start of a walk ( if we did...More