Local Info

Tenerife dolphins - Tenerife whales

Tenerife Whale and Dolphin excursions leave every day from various ports in the South of Tenerife giving visitors a chance to enjoy this magical and unforgettable experience. Bottlenose Dolphins and Pilot Whales are the most numerous and live permanently in these waters but it’s also possible to sight Sperm Whales, White Whales, Blue Whales, Fin Whales, Right Whales, Minke Whales and the extremely rare Blainvilles Toothed Whale.  Dolphin species that can be encountered include Striped Dolphins, Spotted Dolphins, Risso's Dolphin, Rough Toothed Dolphins.

Useful Spanish phrases

Useful Spanish travel words

Just arrived in a country with a language you don’t know? Don’t worry we are here to help. We have compiled a small but essential list of phrases to get you started.

By learning a few key words this can help you communicate better. In many cases simply by using “please” in the mother language we think you’ll find that the locals will be more willing to assist you.

Tenerife tourism offices - tenerife tourist info

There are many very good Tourist Information Offices around the island of Tenerife. They are easy to spot once you’re in the general area as they use the international tourism information office logo of an italic i Here is a selection of some of the main offices:

TenerifeSouth

Candelaria

Avda. Constitucíon,

9am-5pm Monday to Friday

9am-2pm Saturdays

922 032 230

Costa Adeje

Playa de Troya Tourist Office. Avda. Rafael Puig, 1.