If you wish to arrange access to the trail with transfers included, you can hire the services of any of the Camino del barranco de Masca partner tourism companies.
If you are making your own way
Before starting on the trail, you must register at the access control point, where a check will be made to ensure you have all the compulsory equipment and documentation. For this reason, you need to arrive half an hour in advance of your slot at the Masca Visitors’ Centre.
At the checkpoint, you’ll be asked to show the entrance ticket for your trail booking.
Please remember that there are few or no car parks in the Masca hamlet, which is why it is recommended to travel to Masca by public transport so as not to lose the reservation and the amount paid.
For more information, please check the Getting here section.
Below, we have provided a list of the transport companies providing services which comply with the access requirements described.
Land transport companies
Sea transport companies
Please remember that the jetty is not currently open for public use. You can complement your visit to the gorge by enjoying other maritime services offered by the following companies:
You may find it helpful to visit the Los Gigantes Marina website. Although it does not offer boat transfer services, it does provide other services, including parking.
You may also wish to contact:
- The Puerto de Los Gigantes Tourist Office, either by e-mail, or by telephone on +34 922 868 186.
- The Buenavista del Norte Tourist Office, either via their contact page, or by telephone on +34 922 128 080.
- The Santiago del Teide Tourist Office, either by e-mail, or by telephone on +34 992 839 220.
- The Los Pedregales Visitors’ Centre in Teno Rural Park, either by e-mail, or by telephone on +34 922 447 974.