This is a fully supported guide walk with rather lovely accommodation throughout.
This is what it says on the event page:
'This trip is a stunner... Join Andy in his winter home for a week of walking on this highly memorable island. £100 deposit will guarantee you a place on this, I won't say trip of a lifetime, but it kind of is :)
All walking is with daypacks, your luggage being delivered to each new accommodation site on a daily basis. All bedding provided throughout. ITINERARY Monday 29th - Fly Cardiff to Tenerife South - Walk to San Miguel - Accommodation in a gorgeous small hostel with a four bed bunk room and sunny terraces :)
Tuesday 30th - Walk to Vilaflor - Accommodation in rather lovely hotel with twin rooms
Wednesday 31st - Walk to Las Cañadas del Teide where we stay in the luxury Parador Hotel! Thursday 1st - Walk to El Teide Refuge - Accommodation in the refuge at 3400 metres!
Friday 2nd - Sunrise on top of the highest peak in Spain, at 3700 metres! Walk off via the stunning Pico Viejo and Roques de Garcia and back to the car at the Parador. Transit to San Miguel and San Sofi Hostel.
Saturday 3rd - A day on the beach or take an excursion. Paragliding anyone?
Sunday 4th - Walk Masca Gorge which Andy says is the most beautiful and surreal adventure walk location that he has visited.
Monday 5th - Fly Home
This is a sea to summit challenge - a walk from the airport to the top of mighty El Teide... Week long guided walking holidays in Tenerife are usually about £1500 and unguided, so you fly in and are given a route map and set off come in at about £800 COST
I am offering this walk for a team of four for a grand total, excluding flights which are Cardiff to Tenerife South and currently costing £120 (maybe cheaper from Bristol and definitely cheaper from Stanstead at £80), and excluding food, for £435!!!
You will need to buy food along the way and likely we'll cater together. Excursions that can be arranged instead of the beach day such as swimming with turtles, paragliding, kayaking with dolphins or kite surfing lessons and would be at cost and delivered by a local provider.'