A walk beside an irrigation canal to a misty waterfall. The Los Tilos rainforest is an adventure playground of cool, moist laurel forest. Within minutes of leaving the car park you can be stooping through damp tunnels or clambering up to waterfalls. The sub-tropical forest is nestled between colossal mountains and has thrived for twenty million years. In 1983 it became a part of La Palma’s first UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, making it an officially protected area.
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Camera: Sony RX100 V.