The Tenerife.buzz App is Now in Store

The Tenerife.buzz App is Now in Store

We are pleased to announce that the Tenerife.buzz is now in both Apple and Android stores.

Simply search for Tenerife Buzz, alternatively click here for download links.

It’s impossible to miss anything whilst you’re in Tenerife with the Tenerife.Buzz app, do you want to find a restaurant for you and your partner to eat at? Our app can get you there! How about a money off voucher for that meal? Our app can give you one! But what about after? Maybe you want to go out dancing! Tenerife.Buzz can help you out, we can point you to the closest venue or even get you a ticket into the big beach party happening at sunset! So cool!

  • Find Deals
  • Purchase tickets
  • Find restaurants, stores, attractions and more
  • Get Directions
  • Get the most out of your stay

There is so much to see and do on the island and now we’ve made it so much easier for you to explore the whole island! No need to buy tickets in cash anymore save that for tips, it’s all digital now, quick, efficient and easy.

Tenerife.Buzz is so simple to use you can plan out your whole day before even eating your breakfast, it is a must have tool for anyone visiting Tenerife.

You can download the app now on ios and android

Please leave a review and tell us what you think!

The Languages of Tenerife

The native language is Spanish. In the south English is spoken by everyone with German and Italian common too, but in the north, fluent English is spoken by fewer people. No big problem should be anticipated regarding communication, though. A good tip is to pronounce...

The Beautiful Garachico

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Awe-inspiring Punta de Teno,

This rugged, rocky headland ten kilometers from Buenavista is the most westerly point on the island and a great place to get away from the crowds and blow away the cobwebs with a bit of bracing sea air. Admire the active lighthouse perched precipitously on the rocks,...

The Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Güímar are six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona, part of the town of Güímar on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain. The...

Anaga Mountains

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Ancient Drago Milenario Tree

No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. So-called because of its red resin, which looks like ‘dragon’s blood’ and is reputed to have numerous medicinal benefits, it has been...

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Loro Parque, Saviors of a Species

Loro Parque, Saviors of a Species

Photos: Loro Parque.

Updated 15 February 2019: We’ve been following this story for almost a couple of years now, and at last Loro Parque is able to say that it is extraordinarily proud that its success with Lear’s Macaw has not only brought the bird back from the brink of extinction but that the Fundación has been able to start its programme of release to the wild in Brazil. The video below, released by the park, shows how the birds started to be acclimatized to their new free environment before they even left Tenerife, living in a mock-up of their natural territory and being provided with the food – and the need to search for it – that they will have to find for themselves in Brazil. This gradual and supported reintroduction is known as  “soft release”, and is used to allow the birds to be as prepared as they can be for their life of freedom in their natural habitat, no longer at extreme species risk.The Lear’s Macaw is still “endangered” but it’s no longer on the brink of being lost for ever. No wonder Loro Parque is proud!

Updated 25 August 2018: After bringing the Lear’s macaw back from the brink, Loro Parque says that it’s delighted that the Foundation has managed not only to bring the species from “critically endangered” to “endangered” on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Red List, but is also releasing six birds bred in Tenerife into the wild in Brazil. The birds have already left the island for the new life of freedom in a species success story that mirrors the Foundation’s work with the blue-throated macaw. The following video has been released by Loro Parque with an English text bar.

 

Original post 7 June 2017: Loro Parque Foundation has said that its breeding programme for Lear’s macaw (Anodorhynchus leari), an endangered species from north Brazil, continues to be successful, and that the Puerto de la Cruz facility is the the only zoological center in Europe to achieve this. LPF says that the Brazilian government first sent a pair of Lear’s macaws for reproduction to Loro Parque in 2006, and since then 30 have been hatched in Tenerife, nine of them already having been returned to Brazil.

Whatever else people feel about Loro Parque, and there are always strong feelings about the Orca facility, and some people dislike the ideas of zoos altogether, their work with birds is exceptional, and when it comes to macaws and parrots, their acclimatization has been fundamental in order to achieve such a successful breeding programme. LPF says that the imitation of their natural habitat, the good climate and the food from the licuri palm tree – the same they feed on in Brazil – have been the keys of producing such good results.

Lear’s macaws suffer illegal trade with the capture of chicks, and mature birds are not protected and indeed are harrassed by agriculturalists. Their habitat is also increasingly degraded by the use of land for cattle, and by indiscriminate collection of leaves and fruits of the licuri palm.

Along with its work on the Blue Throated macaw, LPF has almost single-handedly brought these birds back from the brink of ‘critically endangered’ status. The Lear’s macaw is still categorized as a species under threat, but so far nearly €500,000 has been invested in the protection of the birds in their natural habitat through the Foundation in addition to work done in Puerto de la Cruz itself. The objective remains to situate the Lear’s macaw as an unmanaged species, reducing the threats it faces and restoring the wild population, as well as protecting the palm tree which is essential for the long-term recovery of the species.

 

 

The Languages of Tenerife

The native language is Spanish. In the south English is spoken by everyone with German and Italian common too, but in the north, fluent English is spoken by fewer people. No big problem should be anticipated regarding communication, though. A good tip is to pronounce...

The Beautiful Garachico

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Awe-inspiring Punta de Teno,

This rugged, rocky headland ten kilometers from Buenavista is the most westerly point on the island and a great place to get away from the crowds and blow away the cobwebs with a bit of bracing sea air. Admire the active lighthouse perched precipitously on the rocks,...

The Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Güímar are six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona, part of the town of Güímar on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain. The...

Anaga Mountains

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Ancient Drago Milenario Tree

No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. So-called because of its red resin, which looks like ‘dragon’s blood’ and is reputed to have numerous medicinal benefits, it has been...

Cheaper Rental Property Fail

Updated 7 February 2019: The Spanish Congress has failed to approve this legislation, and so all the law reverts to the previous measures. This means that there now will not be an increase in the period of residential rental contracts which will continue to be...

Tenerife Business or Attraction Submit Your FREE Listing

Tenerife Business or Attraction Submit Your FREE Listing

Please use the form below to submit your listings to us while we get the Business Dashboard finalised.

Please enter your submission in English as we will be targeting UK tourists (first) you can use Google Translator to help with translations.

Submit Your Free Listing

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Tenerife.buzz a Marketing Tool for your Tenerife Business

Tenerife.buzz a Marketing Tool for your Tenerife Business

What is Tenerife.Buzz?

Tenerife.Buzz is not just an app, it is a business marketing tool catering specifically for businesses within Tenerife wanting to gain exposure, advertise, sell tickets to, and also help draw in British tourists.

App available to download TODAY!!!

Every and any Business Can Benefit

Our system has been designed and built so not matter how large or small you are, you get a position on the map, and even better than that – we do it for FREE! Learn more about how to promote your business for FREE

For Residents & UK Tourists

Whilst the system has been built with UK tourists in mind, to give them one simple place to buy and store tickets and vouchers. However, you can also use to promote services to locals and ex Pats… the only limit is your imagination to what you list!

For example: Let’s say you own a restaurant and you create a voucher which allows a meal for two at half price. The customer looking for a good deal spots this and claims the voucher, they then receive it in the form of a QR code, which they present to you at payment. Easy!

What is the cost of this service?

Firstly, it’s FREE to list everything and you only pay commission on sales made, so why wouldn’t you add as may listings as possible?!

The app is FREE to download and use, so ensuring your business is on the map and in the directory and your listing are up to date makes it easy for anyone to find you.

As we move forward we will be providing you with user guides and inspiration posts to help you make the most of your listing, if you would like to meet with one of our representatives please contact us.

We have many options for advertising, and we are looking for partners to co-promote, get in touch if you feel we could mutually benefit.

Get Started On The Business Dashboard 

  • Create your FREE account here
    All you need is an administrator email address and password
  • Under the your listings section (on the right)
    Click the ‘Add New Listing’ button
  • Fill in all the sections as best as you can
    Click ‘Submit free listing’ button
  • Download the App
    So you can check your listing immediately!
  • Once your listing is set up you can get started right away with setting up your tickets events and vouchers.
  • Once you are registered we will be in touch soon via email with tips and help with things you might not be sure on.
  • Please send us any feedback so we can continue to improve

We look forward to doing business with you!

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Updated 11 January: Perhaps the same international series as mentioned yesterday, but this time Casting Canaries isn’t just seeking infants for filming in March, but girls and boys between 10 and 14 years of age. Parents should send an email toinfo@castingcanarias.com...

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