Garajonay National Park – La Gomera
La Gomera, the second-smallest of the islands, is a subtropical paradise, where lush greenery abounds. The steep mountainous terrain has characteristic jagged edges that give this place an otherworldly feel, to the point you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve landed on a Hollywood set. Two trails make this terrain easier to cross: the first takes you to the laurel tree forest in the centre and into the Garajonay National Park and to the 1,487-metre (4,879-feet) mountain with the same name, while the second takes you in a circle around it. Make sure your camera is fully charged, as you won’t want to run out of juice tramping through this super-photogenic landscape.