Guide for Travelling to Canary Islands

The Canary Islands in Spain is a volcanic archipelago. With no mass-tourism development, Canaries have blissful landscapes, picturesque villages, joyful towns, and sumptuous delicacies, along with a budding local culture that is a beautiful combination of Spanish and Canarian culture. Every sunbaked island in this archipelago comes with bubbling sustainable secrets. When travelling to Canary Islands, hiking through the small islands, Vineyards, National Parks, or cloud forests will take you to a different world. You have hardly imagined such mesmerizing places ever on earth.

The best part is that there is no exact season to visit these islands. The tropical climate joins the subtropical climate, resulting in a perpetual springtime throughout the year. So, you can expect the temperature to be around 14 degrees.

Pay a Visit to Lanzarote

Whenever you are planning a trip here, make sure that your to-do list contains Lanzarote at the top. The very term refers to the white-walled magical villages, untouched coasts, enchanting beauty of bougainvillaea, the volcanic cones and the farmers’ markets. Travel to Lanzarote, the UNESCO geopark i.e. Timanfaya National Park, for an unmatched experience amidst nature with gastronomic delights and mindful arts.

Things to do In the Canary Islands

 – Visit the Works of Cesar Manrique on Lanzarote

Cesar Manrique set the island environmentally in all different ways and built a variety of tourist attractions, including landscapes, soaring cliffs, and sun-kissed beaches. You must visit his house, Taro de Tahiche, Jameos del Agua, Monumento al Campesino, Mirador del Rio and so on.

– Dolphin and Whale Watching in Tenerife

Tenerife is well-known for a whale and dolphin watching cruise where you can visit with your family. You get to watch five different species of dolphins, enjoy boat excursions and have a chance of occasional stops for snorkeling.

Apart from the scenic beauty, you will enjoy the company of the whales at La Gomera. Finding them hiding in the mists and popping out suddenly in joy is a visual treat to a visitor’s eye and soul.

Places You Must Visit in Canary Islands

Here are some of the best places you must visit when travelling to Canary Islands.

-Teide National Park, Tenerife

This is the world’s third-highest volcano, with an altitude of 3,718 meters. You will see those Teide towers above the tiny island of Tenerife. Also, do not miss your trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Teide National Park. The mountains, the wildlife, and the tour inside the crater will be the highlight of your trip. El Portillo Visitor Centre can be ideal if you are wondering where to start. You will enjoy your visit to the little museum which exhibits the formation of volcanoes and the crater’s environment.

 –Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is heaven for those looking for ‘Vitamin-Sea’. There are six major beach resorts from west to east. Among all these six beaches, Maspalomas is the largest, with cafes, amusements, and much more. The entire island is the liveliest beach throughout the year. Known as the great capital of La Palma, it has iconic adventure spots, including camel rides, scuba diving and more. La Palma is one of the most beautiful parts of the Canary Islands, with a bewildering view of the volcanic landscape.

 – Beaches at Fuerteventura

The northeastern beaches at Fuerteventura are mostly secluded, and that’s why the beauty is still untouched there. If you are into surfing, you are going to get the best waves in Europe there. Pay a visit to Corralejo, the famous surfing spot where you can enjoy the best water sports at an affordable budget.


From the feel of wilderness to cozy nature, Canaries have varied exquisiteness to offer. Four National parks, two UNESCO geoparks, a consistently growing tourism initiative, and nearness to the Atlantic have made the Canaries the most attractive tourist places in the world.