Visit Tenerife In March 2015

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The weather continues to improve in Tenerife canary islands in March, The spring season is just around
the corner. At this time of the year the average temperature is 17°C, with highs of 20°C and lows of 13°C
being common. In February he daily sunshine hours and average days of rainfall are the same, nine and 11,
respectively. The sea temperature is also the same as February and stands at 19°C, Which when combined with
the rising temperature it makes it perfect for enjoying a swim in the sea.

Forestal Park in Tenerife is a great place for families to visit during their holiday when the weather is
cool and cloudy. Situated in La Esperanza on the road up to El Teide, Forestal Park is packed with zip lines
linking obstacle courses and multiple assault courses. There are ten courses divided into two types – one suitable
for young children and the other one suitable for adults only, So everyone is able to enjoy the park.

Anyone travelling with children must visit Aqualand during their stay. Situated in Playa de Las
Americas, This family-friendly water park offers a number of waterslides, From the adrenaline-pumping
Tornado to the laid-back lava river. Definitely check out the dolphinarium, It is the highlight of the park,
You can watch fabulous daily dolphin shows. They also runs a swimming with dolphins programme, So you
can have the chance to swim with these beautiful dolphins.

A great beach to visit in Tenerife is at Playa de San Juan, It is a great place for couples and families
to enjoy the weather whilst on holiday. This small black sand beach offers a wealth of great
facilities which includes shades, Sunbeds, Showers, Beach bar and a large number of parking spaces in the
area which is always a bonus! If you’d rather relax, Visit Playa de las Vistas between
Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos. It is a very popular and provides everything you
could need to enjoy a day out in the sunshine, It also has wheelchair access and amphibian chairs for
disabled people to enjoy the sea. There are many fun water sports here to try out, Which include,
Jet skis, Pedalos, Banana boats and Para-sailing.

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