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Camp and touring. Camping zones in Tenerife zona de acampada

Notapor timinator » Mar Feb 17, 2009 7:35 pm

i want to tour the islands on bike and camp as much as possible.

i am having a hard time learning about free camping.

some info suggests there are free campsites available but this info is limited.

what can anyone tell me about FREE camping throughout Canaries.
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Zonas de acampada en Tenerife | Tenerife Camping zones

Notapor Synchronicity » Mié Feb 18, 2009 8:02 pm

tenerifehiking.com escribió:Camping in Tenerife
Camping in Tenerife is not a straightforward affair. In general its not permitted to camp on any beaches or in any areas covered by the Canary Islands Protected Natural Spaces Act, which include all nature reserves and national parks. The exception to this rule are the designated camping areas, but then only with a permit which must be obtained from the Tenerife Cabildo (Island Council) Offices at least seven days before hand.

Effectively this makes wild camping illegal, however, with the absence of any overland streams, wild camping in most areas of Tenerife, would require you bring several gallons of water with you if you planned to stay for more than one night. This isn’t exactly a practical way to camp and at least the designated camp sites all include access to fresh drinking water.

The permits required to use the designated camp site are free and serve as a health and safety measure. Most of the camp sites in Tenerife are within the pine forests where there is a risk of Forest Fire, particularly during the hotter summer months when the undergrowth becomes parched. So the permit at least allows the authorities to account for people who may be trapped out in the wild. The permits also enable the department of the environment to ensure the camp sites are not over crowded as there are limited spaces available, however my experience is that overcrowding is rarely a problem.


List of Camp Sites in Tenerife / Lista de zonas de acampada en Tenerife:

1) http://www.tenerifehiking.com/camping-in-tenerife/

2) http://www.webtenerifeuk.co.uk/PortalTe ... a/?Lang=en

3) http://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/cmayo ... &id_tipo=2

4) http://www.cabtfe.es/acampadas/site%20d ... mpadas.htm

If you can't read Spanish, here's the English translation of the camping rules:

Conditions of Use of the camping areas.

Corona Forestal.

1. The development of educational activities - environmental or recreational games that could be developed during the camp will not involve the alteration or modification of the natural resources provided by this protected natural area, which prohibits the installation of outdoor advertising and signs and / or marks for the development of the activity.

2. It is forbidden to uproot, cut, collect or damage plants or parts thereof, and the collection of any biological or geological material.

3. It is prohibited to leave any kind of waste. Once your activity has completed, the area should be in the same condition in which it was found.

4. It is forbidden to light fires.

5. It is forbidden to build any new type of accommodation other than the pre-existing offical camping huts and shelters.

6. The placement of generators is prohibited as is the use of sound equipment and/or musical instruments which play at annoying/disrupting loud volumes, especially during the breeding season of protected bird species (January and June, usually)

7. Fireworks are prohibited in the protected natural area.

8. It is forbidden to use the water access points as sinks or places of discharge of substances (toilets).

9. Any vehicle entering the camping area in the period of highest fire danger, which is from June 15 to October 15, must have fire extinguishers as well as anti-arrestor screens installed in their exhaust pipes.

10. It is forbidden to circulate with motor vehicles, horses or the like inside the camp site.

11. It is prohibited to take horses, dogs or other pets to the camping areas.

12. It is prohibited to park outside of the camping zone's dedicated parking area. Parking is also prohibited within adjacent recreational areas.

13. The users of the camping area are responsible for the location of their vehicles and must ensure that they are properly parked and abide with the places/zones adequately provided, all without compromising or threatening the physical integrity of persons and the landscape and environmental values that the environment contains. In addition, you can not block access to or exit from any track, in order to prevent any possible emergency that might arise.

14. The users of the camping area will be responsible and fined for any damage that might occur.

15. The users of the camping area must respect and obey all instructions, suggestions, comments or information they were given by the medioambiente and other figures of authority.

Anaga:

1. Any activity other than the camping and those of recreational areas must be approved beforehand.

2. Except for camping, other activities should end up at 20:30.

3. Do not leave dogs in the bush. Abandoning them may involve danger to others.


PLEASE REMEMBER:

The maximum permitted length is 7 nights.

Cabildo Insular de Tenerife in each case set the conditions under which they would be camping in the mountains individuals and private properties located within protected natural areas.

In these cases, to apply for a permit, you must attach written permission from the owner or administrator of the land where they intended to camp.

Organized groups that wish to develop camping activities, have appropriate infrastructure (classrooms Nature Camps, etc.).

Camping request permit.


El Día escribió:El mayor número de zonas de acampada se concentra en el Norte

De los 19 puntos de acampada forestal, 15 están localizados en municipios del Norte de la Isla y sólo cuatro en el Sur. Los permisos para acampar en plena naturaleza son controlados celosamente desde la Administración insular para que en la época estival no se produzcan posibles conatos de incendio.

Con la llegada de las vacaciones de verano la demanda de zonas en las que poder acampar se dispara. Ocurre, sobre todo, en aquellos enclaves cercanos a la costa pero, sin embargo, es en las zonas integradas en el monte en las que se debe tener un exquisito cuidado para que determinadas actitudes irresponsables no conlleven la aparición de posibles incendios forestales. Además, es en el Norte de la Isla donde se concentra el mayor número de campamentos, concretamente 15.

Por ello, el Cabildo insular de Tenerife fija, en cada caso, las condiciones en las que se permite la acampada en las 19 zonas públicas que gestiona la Corporación insular y en aquellos montes particulares y propiedades privadas situadas dentro de espacios naturales protegidos. En estos casos, al solicitar el permiso, es necesario adjuntar autorización por escrito del propietario o administrador de los terrenos donde se pretende acampar. Además, la duración máxima permitida es de siete noches.

Desde el área de Medio Ambiente del Cabildo también se esfuerzan en que los colectivos organizados que deseen desarrollar actividades campamentales, dispongan de otras infraestructuras más apropiadas como Aulas de la Naturaleza o Campamentos y establece las condiciones de uso de las zonas de acampada, entre las que cabe destacar las prohibiciones de arrancar, cortar, recolectar o dañar plantas silvestres o partes de las mismas, así como la recogida de cualquier otro material biológico o geológico; la de abandonar cualquier tipo de residuos y, por supuesto, la de hacer fuego.

Además, en el Parque Rural de Anaga cualquier actividad diferente de la acampada y de las propias de las áreas recreativas deben autorizarse previamente y, excepto las acampadas, el resto de actividades deben finalizar como máximo a las 20:30 horas.

En la actualidad, el número de cámping legales establecidos en la Isla son tres, de los cuales sólo el de Montaña Roja, en Granadilla, pertenece al Cabildo de Tenerife. Los otros dos son de carácter privado, el Camping Nauta, en Arona, y el de Punta del Hidalgo, en La Laguna. Existen otras propuestas, pero la moratoria turística impide legalizarlas.

A estos cámpings hay que sumarles los distintos campamentos que están situados a lo largo de la geografía insular. En total hablamos de 19 campamentos, de los cuales 8 de ellos tienen una capacidad alojativa de más de 50 personas, 7 con más de 30 y 4 con una capacidad máxima de 10 personas. Hay que señalar, además, que estos últimos campamentos están asociados con áreas recreativas. Sólo la zona de acampada de Arenas Negras, en el término municipal de Garachico, permanece cerrado temporalmente.
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Notapor timinator » Jue Feb 19, 2009 4:58 pm

ok...i understand the difficulty

can you answer this...would i be able to ride the islands and stay cheaply at hotels/guest houses/ hostles for and average of 20 euros per nite.

a review of pricing from web seems it would be hard to average under 35 euros a nite and availibilty of rooms might also be a problem.

what are your thoughts?
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The cheapest place to stay in Tenerife

Notapor Synchronicity » Jue Feb 19, 2009 5:44 pm

Have a look at this thread for cheap hostels:

http://www.tenerife-training.net/Foro-C ... .php?t=102

I've just updated it with a few new hostels. You should be able to find a place to sleep for < 20 euros per night.
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Camping Permit

Notapor Rolly54 » Dom Dic 11, 2011 7:40 pm

:-P
I'd like to know where I have to apply for the camping permit?
I'Ve printed the "Solicitud de acampada". Do I have to go there personally, or can I do it online? Where I find a"Island council" in Santa Cruz, or in Las Palmas de GC??
Thanks
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Notapor Synchronicity » Mar Dic 13, 2011 7:11 pm

I have no idea!

But if you do manage to find out, I'm sure other users of the forum would like to know. :-)
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