Canary Islands National Parks

Teide, Timanfaya, Garajonay and Caldera de Taburiente National Parks are Heritage of humanity by unesco

There are four National Parks in the Canary Islands, all of them declarated Humanity Heritage by Unesco.
 
The Caldera de Taburiente National Park is located in La Palma. This National Park are 8 kilometres in diameter with a form of caldron. It is an area of volcanic eruption and big landslides, erosive force of the water and time have shaped the geomorphology and have created the Caldera de Taburiente National Park with its cliffs, gullies and rocks. PATHWAYS
 
The Garajonay National Park is on the island of La Gomera. Garajonay is a refuge of the ecosystem of the Tertiary relict and brings together more than half of the mature forests. The park has a great diversity of plant species of the area and monuments such as Los Roques. PATHWAYS
 
The Timanfaya National Park is located in Lanzarote. Has a great volcanic activity. There are numerous scientific research on Timanfaya. This national park has a great wealth of landscapes: lava seas, historical eruptions, volcanic cones and tubes, jameos, hornitos or geothermal alterations. PATHWAYS
 
The Teide National Park is located in the center of the island of Tenerife. Mount Teide is atop of the Caldera de las Cañadas, above 2,000 meters of altitude. Depending on the season of the year, The Teide National Park shows different and beautiful landscapes. PATHWAYS
 
The nature in the Canary Islands is very rich and particular. Proof of this are the four national in some of its seven islands.