We explored quite a bit during our trip. We based ourselves in the capital, Andorra La Vella and took day trips from there. On day 1, we got there by afternoon so had half a day to explore the capital. We spent the entire Day 2 at Naturlandia which is an adventure park situated on two different altitudes in the middle of the forest area of La Rabassa - one at 1600 meters and one at 2000 meters. Not only does this place have the most breathtaking views of the fauna but also the most exciting adventures for people of all age groups. Did I mention, they also have the world's longest alpine coaster? We started our day going to their highest area at 2000 meters. They have a natural zoo there and some tube rides for the kids. We saw some fascinating breeds of deer, cats and other animals wandering in their natural habitat. We spent the most amount of time at 1600 meters. This space had all the exciting adventure activities including the alpine coaster, zip line, rifle shooting and more. We were back to base by evening after a long tiring but fun day at Naturlandia. This was the perfect time to visit Caldea, which is the largest thermal spa in Southern Europe. It was cold outside and we were exhausted, so a visit to Caldea was much needed. They had all sorts of baths inside including Moroccan Spa, Sauna, Thermal pools that lead to an outer open roof area and also an exclusive VIP section with some more pampering massages. We were lucky enough to get a combo ticket at of Naturlandia and Caldea at a promotional price saving us a fair bit of money on both.