La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Cityscape, Landscape, Photography

We made three port stops in Canary Islands, namely, Arrecife, Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. While in Santa Cruz de Tenerife we took a shore excursion for a walking tour of the town of La Orotava, a beautiful town with narrow winding cobblestone streets, so photogenic!

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6 thoughts on “La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands”

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, I wish I could stay for a few extra days to explore more of this magnificent town!

  1. I really think your pictures of La Orotava are fantastic. You caught the clarity and colours and made us feel like walking these
    beautiful streets and stop to admire so many things.

    Years ago I spent a fortnight on Tenerife and remember it’s diversity with fondness. The visit to Mount Teide was magic and
    it was still enough heat from the volcano to fry food … not dead, just resting.
    The desert was also fascinating, you have to go back and take more photos. ๐Ÿ˜Š .

    miriam

  2. shungphotography says:

    Thank you , Miriam. I love the town of La Orotava, I only wish I could stay longer to explore more. Yes, Mt. Teide with snow cap looks beautiful. A friend who came with us on the trip booked the Mt. Teiide cable car ride but was cancelled due to ice. Please note I added a photo of Mt Teide (the 3rd one) for you.

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you, it’s one of my most favorite places to visit during the entire trip. I could easily spend a few more days to wander around and photograph these magnificent streets and architectures.

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