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This was one of the many stops on our tour up to Mount Teide. We couldn't believe our eyes! This magnificent looking tree, absolutely brilliant
There were other trees around the area just exactly the same but smaller. We cannot wait to go back and...More
It might seem it is just a strange tree - but you should come see this one up close. It is truly majestic. The parque itself also has a nice area with different local vegetation, so it is a nice place to spend 1-2 hours.
What can I say, we stopped off on a coach tour and was told all the blah blah about it being between 300 and 5,000 years old. We didn't pay to get closer as you can see it from the road. You can also see...More
Hiya 23 years ago me and my husband went to see the tree with our daughter penny who was 3 years old at the time also with my mum n her husband, we went back last year to see the tree with a couple of...More
i visited this tree some forty years ago (so it's even older now!)
i entirely disagree with all the "clever" people who suggest it's not worth the effort. local people are very proud of this tree and consider it part of their heritage ~ so...More
Drago tree in Tenerife - EL DRAGO located in northern Tenerife town of Icod de los Vinos, one of the most visited place in Tenerife.
There are problems in with parking the car.
Shops r very expensive double the the shops in the other town...More
An odd place to find the weirdest dioramas ever: there's a big diorama of the aboriginal Guanches people (which was still under construction when we were there), and it features a real mummie (or so it seemed). Also dioramas of biblical places and a life...More
We really enjoyed visiting this garden. The star of the show is obviously the 1000 year old dragon tree which is amazing, but the whole garden was worth spending the time looking at. It had many nooks and crannies, caves, amazing palms, ferns and plants...More
Luckily we had seen Trip Advisor before visiting the tree so did not pay to enter the park as we only wanted to see the tree. We therefore viewed the beautiful tree from a terrace in the village which gives a great view of it....More