Barranco del Infierno currently in rather fine fettle … and open, as long as walkers have a prior booking.

Photo: BarrancodelInfierno

Apart from walking in the sensory overload of Santiago del Teide’s wonderful almond blossom routes, the Barranco del Infierno is currently in rather fine fettle too … and open, as long as walkers have a prior booking. Just have a look at this video, how gorgeous it is, in more than one sense! You can prebook HERE, the official website which also has a gallery of wonderful images of the barranco. 

2 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing that Janet it’s beautiful! Did I see a toucan in the bottom right of the video? Surely not!

  2. Author

    I can see why you think youcan see a toucan, but I’ve watched it several times and I’m sure it’s a leaf or leaves masquerading as such.

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