Famous for its Carnival, food and nature, the island has an average annual temperature of 23 degrees that allows you to enjoy the beach or mountains all year round. In fact, it is home to the highest peak in Spain, Mount Teide, which stands at 3,718 metres high. Thanks to these attributes, it is one of the best places in the world for cyclists with many different routes.
Tenerife is also known for being the third largest sanctuary on the planet for cetaceans, along with Hervey Bay (Australia) and the Bluff (South Africa), having been certified as a Whale Heritage Site, granted by the World Cetacean Alliance.
This initiative, promoted by the ACEST (Association of Cetaceans South of Tenerife), whose committee includes the presence of Baobab Suites, represents a recognition of the improvements made in the area on its path to sustainability.
In its environmental commitment, Baobab Suites has planned to build a Whale Information Centre, essential for disseminating knowledge and thus managing to eradicate practices that are not respectful of the marine enviornment that surrounds us.
Baobab Suites has a catamaran available to its clients for going whale watching in a sustainable, legal and environmentally-friendly way.