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Paragliding Tandem Flight
Paragliding Tandem Flight
Paragliding Tandem Flight 2 hours
Haven’t done a full course on paragliding? Why not let a professional takes you on a paragliding tandem ride over some of the most breathtaking landscapes of Tenerife? Are you ready to fly? :) Ride time: 30-40 minutes.
Price from: €107.00
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Sea Trek - Walk Underwater in Lanzarote
Sea Trek - Walk Underwater in Lanzarote
Sea Trek - Walk Underwater in Lanzarote 30 minutes
Discover the wonders of the sea as you walk underwater on a Sea Trek adventure. No diving experience required.
Price from: €60.00
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Tailor-made Spanish Private Lessons
Tailor-made Spanish Private Lessons
Tailor-made Spanish Private Lessons 1 hour
For those wanting flexibility to their Spanish learning, the tailor-made Spanish private lesson is ideal. Learn by the hours or save more by getting a 10 or 20 hours Spanish lesson package.
Price from: €14.00
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Parasailing in Puerto del Carmen 10 mins
Parasailing in Puerto del Carmen 10 mins
Parasailing in Puerto del Carmen 10 mins 10 minutes
Strap up on our parasail and feel the uplifting sensation. Enjoy the stunning views around Puerto del Carmen whilst you sit back and fly through the air. See parts of the island from height between 50m and 400m.
Price from: €50.00
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Jet Boating in Puerto del Carmen 20 mins
Jet Boating in Puerto del Carmen 20 mins
Jet Boating in Puerto del Carmen 20 mins 20 minutes
20 minutes adrenaline ride on our jet boat where you will feel the sensation of speed, wave bouncing and crazy turns. All these, amidst the fantastic coastal landscape of Puerto del Carmen.
Price from: €30.00
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Flyboard Experience in Puerto del Carmen
Flyboard Experience in Puerto del Carmen
Flyboard Experience in Puerto del Carmen 30 minutes
Flyboard, the most anticipated aquatic activity for thrill seeker! Be ready to get water-propelled up to 12 meter-high and zip through water if you dare! Join us for 30 or 60 minutes Flyboard experience and test your limits.
Price from: €100.00
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Beach Watersports Combo Packs in Puerto del Carmen
Beach Watersports Combo Packs in Puerto del Carmen
Beach Watersports Combo Packs in Puerto del Carmen 30 minutes
Can’t get enough of adrenaline? Can’t decide which one to do? Or simply want it all? With water sports combo package you get more for your money! We have 6 combo packages to choose from!
Price from: €90.00
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Flyboard Experience in Playa Blanca
Flyboard Experience in Playa Blanca
Flyboard Experience in Playa Blanca 30 minutes
Flyboard, the most anticipated aquatic activity for thrill seeker! Be ready to get water-propelled up to 12 meter-high and zip through water if you dare! Join us for 30 or 60 minutes Flyboard experience and test your limits.
Price from: €100.00
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Travel Inspirations - Spain

Fiesta del Cacharro, also more funnily known as the “junk” festival, is a celebration in honor of Saint Andrew. Taking place annually on the 29th of November, this festivity is very popular in the north of Tenerife island especially in the township of Puerto de la Cruz and Icod de los Vinos. This island festival is also closely coincide with the opening of wineries where wine are paired with clay-pot roasted chestnut and salted fish. On this day, young children and their not-so-young playful parents flock to the streets, fulling their string of “junks” behind as they run about. The objective was to create as much noise as possible to attract attention. Back in the 70s and 80s when the celebration was more splendour, you could see all sorts of “junks” being dragged use. From pots to washing machines and bathtubs... anything ridiculous and fun the locals could get hold of. Nowadays, the “junks” used are less extreme. Most often seen are tin cans being strung on a wire, not lacking in creativity nonetheless. Legend has it that making loud noise with pots help to scare off witches and bad spirits. Another tells that San Andrés was drunk a day after his celebration and had to be woken up by the sound of kids clanging pots. A more valid source states that back in the day, on the eve of Saint Andrew’s, wine makers would wash the wine barrels at the coast with sea water. They would roll the barrels down the hill creating massive noise, and this noise is what the children and youngsters are trying to reproduce nowadays, with anything they could collect days leading up to the celebration.