Tamadaba Natural Park is a Spanish protected natural area located in the northwest of the island of Gran Canaria.
It has been a Natural Park since 1987. In addition, since 2019 it has been home to most of the cultural landscape of the Risco Caído and sacred mountains of Gran Canaria, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The terrain is notable for its unique network of ravines, escarpments and massifs, divided by interfluves and valleys. Tamadaba is home to one of the best-preserved natural pine forests on the island.