Northeast La Palma holds the secret to why it's known as the Green Island, and on this full day tour, you'll experience its fragrant forests, banana plantations and volcanic rock pools. Along the way you'll also visit colonial villages such as San Andres and La Galga, and even get to try some local rum.
Kick off this action-packed tour with a drive through the capital, Santa Cruz, to Casa Lujan, a historic building in Puntallana, and San Bartolo lookout point – just make sure you have your camera ready as you overlook steep gorges and beyond.
From here, we'll continue to the village of La Galga, which boast equally impressive views, before we arrive in Charco Azul. Here, you'll walk beside tropical plantations, see the volcanic shoreline and stop for a quick rum tasting. Next, you'll be whisked off to the wonderful hidden waterfall inside the dewy and moist laurel rainforests at Los Tiles – a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.