Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime

locationArrecife(lanzarote) - Arrecife - Rosario(fuerteventura) - Laspalmas(grancanaria) - Sansebastian(lagomera) - Santacruzdelapalma(lapalma) - Santacruzdetenerife(tenerife) - Santacruzdetenerife
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
Cruise through the Canary Island Archipelago, eternal Springtime
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Duration

8 days

Trip code

LZT_PP

Operator

CroisiEurope Cruises

Overview

This superb itinerary takes you to six islands with wonderfully mild weather. Discover each island and the contrasts that set them apart. On Tenerife and Gran Canaria, flourishing gardens transport visitors to fresh, fragrant heights. Peaceful La Gomera and La Palma offer jungle-like, lush vegetation. Lastly, the gray, imposing cliffs on unrivaled Lanzarote emphasize the immense, infinite beauty of each. The uniquely landscaped, balmy paradise of Fuerteventura began to emerge from the ocean millions of years ago. Don't miss Timanfaya National Park and the lava flows on the lunar-landscaped Fire Mountains.

Highlights

  • THE CANARY ISLANDS: A BIOSPHERE RESERVEBlack sand beaches; lush forests; steep cliffs; dark, ragged crags; waves of dunes; charming, colonial towns; and bustling cities: The Canaries are a study in contrasts.
  • Black sand beaches; lush forests; steep cliffs; dark, ragged crags; waves of dunes; charming, colonial towns; and bustling cities: The Canaries are a study in contrasts.
  • VISIT THE HEART OF SIX ISLANDS(1)Three national parks: Teide, Garajonay, and TimanfayaTours of Gran Canaria, La Gomera, and Fuerteventura
  • Three national parks: Teide, Garajonay, and Timanfaya
  • Tours of Gran Canaria, La Gomera, and Fuerteventura
  • A DELICIOUS EXPERIENCE(1)Local wine and cheese tastings
  • Local wine and cheese tastings
  • All meals included - DRINKS INCLUDED with meals and at the bar
  • Refined French cuisine - Gala dinner and evening - Welcome cocktail
  • Free Wi-Fi onboard
  • Headsets are included for excursions
  • Official welcome from the captain and crew
  • Onboard activities
  • Travel assistance and repatriation insurance
  • All port fees included

What's Included



    Itinerary



    Shore Excursions

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We'll begin our excursion at the northern part of the island at the Finca Torres to learn about local goat cheese production. The internationally renowned goat cheeses produced in Fuerteventura have been awarded the highest "Golden Cheese Award" for five consecutive years. At the end of our tour, we'll enjoy a tasting of this famous delicacy. We'll then continue on to the small village of Tiscamanita to visit a cosmetics producer who uses aloe vera, one of the most prominent crops on the island. We'll learn about the plant's surprising healing powers, and you'll be able to purchase products. Next stop will be Betancuria, founded by French explorer Jean de Béthencourt at the beginning of the 15th century. He chose the area within the valley to be protected from pirate attacks.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_FUERTE

    Pre-paid: $77

    On-board: $86

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    We'll begin our excursion at the northern part of the island at the Finca Torres to learn about local goat cheese production. The internationally renowned goat cheeses produced in Fuerteventura have been awarded the highest "Golden Cheese Award" for five consecutive years. At the end of our tour, we'll enjoy a tasting of this famous delicacy. We'll then continue on to the small village of Tiscamanita to visit a cosmetics producer who uses aloe vera, one of the most prominent crops on the island. We'll learn about the plant's surprising healing powers, and you'll be able to purchase products. Next stop will be Betancuria, founded by French explorer Jean de Béthencourt at the beginning of the 15th century. He chose the area within the valley to be protected from pirate attacks.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_FUERTE

    Pre-paid: $77

    On-board: $86

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    This excursion is a trip through Garanojay National Park. The park is named after the Alto de Garajonay, the island’s highest summit, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park has an excellent example of subtropical forests, known as the laurisilva. We’ll then pass through the quaint villages of Hermigua and Agulo, two typical island towns. After colonization, the Europeans built a port in this area to export the sugar they were producing. The El Cedro Forest in Hermigua feels like something out of a fairytale. Agulo—whose sweet charm led to the nickname “The Bonbon of La Gomera”—has cobblestone streets and quaint houses that are reflections of the local architecture. We’ll stop a restaurant to enjoy a refreshment and listen to a demonstration of Silbo Gomero, the whistled language used by the islanders.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GOMERA

    Pre-paid: $108

    On-board: $120

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    This excursion is a trip through Garanojay National Park. The park is named after the Alto de Garajonay, the island’s highest summit, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park has an excellent example of subtropical forests, known as the laurisilva. We’ll then pass through the quaint villages of Hermigua and Agulo, two typical island towns. After colonization, the Europeans built a port in this area to export the sugar they were producing. The El Cedro Forest in Hermigua feels like something out of a fairytale. Agulo—whose sweet charm led to the nickname “The Bonbon of La Gomera”—has cobblestone streets and quaint houses that are reflections of the local architecture. We’ll stop a restaurant to enjoy a refreshment and listen to a demonstration of Silbo Gomero, the whistled language used by the islanders.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GOMERA

    Pre-paid: $108

    On-board: $0

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    This excursion is a trip through Garanojay National Park. The park is named after the Alto de Garajonay, the island’s highest summit, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park has an excellent example of subtropical forests, known as the laurisilva. We’ll then pass through the quaint villages of Hermigua and Agulo, two typical island towns. After colonization, the Europeans built a port in this area to export the sugar they were producing. The El Cedro Forest in Hermigua feels like something out of a fairytale. Agulo—whose sweet charm led to the nickname “The Bonbon of La Gomera”—has cobblestone streets and quaint houses that are reflections of the local architecture. We’ll stop a restaurant to enjoy a refreshment and listen to a demonstration of Silbo Gomero, the whistled language used by the islanders.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GOMERA

    Pre-paid: $108

    On-board: $120

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We'll head to Arucas, dominated by its imposing, black cathedral. The lovely Garden of La Marquesa de Arucas is a lush paradise overflowing with flowers, plants, and trees from the world's various tropical and subtropical regions. After, we'll head over to Teror and delight in its tableaux of whitewashed homes with red tile roofs, decorative balconies, and charming patios hidden behind grand wooden doors. Teror is a great place to grab a souvenir or two, admire the local architecture, and visit the Our Lady of the Pine Basilica.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GRAND6

    Pre-paid: $100

    On-board: $111

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    We'll head to Arucas, dominated by its imposing, black cathedral. The lovely Garden of La Marquesa de Arucas is a lush paradise overflowing with flowers, plants, and trees from the world's various tropical and subtropical regions. After, we'll head over to Teror and delight in its tableaux of whitewashed homes with red tile roofs, decorative balconies, and charming patios hidden behind grand wooden doors. Teror is a great place to grab a souvenir or two, admire the local architecture, and visit the Our Lady of the Pine Basilica.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GRAND6

    Pre-paid: $100

    On-board: $111

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Visit the National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente, in the heart of La Palma, and enjoy spectacular vistas. Sit back and relax, as you embark on a scenic drive to Santuario Virgen de Las Nieves. Inside the small whitewashed church, you’ll find the island's most sacred icon, the Virgin Mary of the Snows, the patron saint of the island. Travelling through the mountain roads, which offer spectacular views, you’ll arrive at La Caldera de Taburiente. Located within the National Park, the 5 mile wide volcanic reach up to the mountain ridge that runs from the north to the south of the island. The formed as a result of volcanic activity, but from subsequent erosion, and it is forested with the exceptional fire- crater was not actually resistant Canary Pine. We will have time to stop and see the new Volcano on the way back. Next, it’s time to sample some local refreshments in a traditional 17th century farm, set in beautiful gardens with breathtaking views. On the way back, a brief photo stop will be made at the viewpoint Mirador de la Concepcion where you can admire the stunning views along the coast and to the north of the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LAPAL2

    Pre-paid: $84

    On-board: $93

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Visit the National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente, in the heart of La Palma, and enjoy spectacular vistas. Sit back and relax, as you embark on a scenic drive to Santuario Virgen de Las Nieves. Inside the small whitewashed church, you’ll find the island's most sacred icon, the Virgin Mary of the Snows, the patron saint of the island. Travelling through the mountain roads, which offer spectacular views, you’ll arrive at La Caldera de Taburiente. Located within the National Park, the 5 mile wide volcanic reach up to the mountain ridge that runs from the north to the south of the island. The formed as a result of volcanic activity, but from subsequent erosion, and it is forested with the exceptional fire- crater was not actually resistant Canary Pine. We will have time to stop and see the new Volcano on the way back. Next, it’s time to sample some local refreshments in a traditional 17th century farm, set in beautiful gardens with breathtaking views. On the way back, a brief photo stop will be made at the viewpoint Mirador de la Concepcion where you can admire the stunning views along the coast and to the north of the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LAPAL2

    Pre-paid: $90

    On-board: $100

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Visit the National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente, in the heart of La Palma, and enjoy spectacular vistas. Sit back and relax, as you embark on a scenic drive to Santuario Virgen de Las Nieves. Inside the small whitewashed church, you’ll find the island's most sacred icon, the Virgin Mary of the Snows, the patron saint of the island. Travelling through the mountain roads, which offer spectacular views, you’ll arrive at La Caldera de Taburiente. Located within the National Park, the 5 mile wide volcanic reach up to the mountain ridge that runs from the north to the south of the island. The formed as a result of volcanic activity, but from subsequent erosion, and it is forested with the exceptional fire- crater was not actually resistant Canary Pine. We will have time to stop and see the new Volcano on the way back. Next, it’s time to sample some local refreshments in a traditional 17th century farm, set in beautiful gardens with breathtaking views. On the way back, a brief photo stop will be made at the viewpoint Mirador de la Concepcion where you can admire the stunning views along the coast and to the north of the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LAPAL2

    Pre-paid: $90

    On-board: $100

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We’ll begin in Vegueta, founded in the 15th century. Its narrow streets and attractive town square are home to some fantastic sites, such as the Casa de Colon, a colonial-style mansion with exhibits about the history of the Canary Islands and their link with the New World. We’ll continue on to the Bandama Caldera, a volcanic crater that reaches 1,867 feet above sea level (569 m). Enjoy the breathtaking views of the scenery and the crater below from the observation point.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GRAND5

    Pre-paid: $88

    On-board: $97

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    We’ll begin in Vegueta, founded in the 15th century. Its narrow streets and attractive town square are home to some fantastic sites, such as the Casa de Colon, a colonial-style mansion with exhibits about the history of the Canary Islands and their link with the New World. We’ll continue on to the Bandama Caldera, a volcanic crater that reaches 1,867 feet above sea level (569 m). Enjoy the breathtaking views of the scenery and the crater below from the observation point.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_GRAND5

    Pre-paid: $88

    On-board: $97

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We’ll begin at the northern tip of Lanzarote to learn more about the island’s most revered artist, César Manrique. He was a painter, architect, builder, and sculptor. He was also an ecologist and activist for sustainable development in the local construction industry. Jameos del Agua is the art, culture, and tourism center where his talents can be experienced firsthand. Afterwards, we’ll head to the Mirador del Rio to take in the outstanding views of the moon-like landscape. You’ll be able to catch a glimpse of another volcanic island, La Graciosa, from the overlook as well. The combination of the sky, the water, and the steep cliff is an unbelievable experience. Lastly, we’ll visit the César Manrique House Museum, an incarnation of his talents. The lower floor is built around five natural volcanic bubbles, and his former studio has been converted into an exhibition for his paintings.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ1

    Pre-paid: $120

    On-board: $133

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    We’ll begin at the northern tip of Lanzarote to learn more about the island’s most revered artist, César Manrique. He was a painter, architect, builder, and sculptor. He was also an ecologist and activist for sustainable development in the local construction industry. Jameos del Agua is the art, culture, and tourism center where his talents can be experienced firsthand. Afterwards, we’ll head to the Mirador del Rio to take in the outstanding views of the moon-like landscape. You’ll be able to catch a glimpse of another volcanic island, La Graciosa, from the overlook as well. The combination of the sky, the water, and the steep cliff is an unbelievable experience. Lastly, we’ll visit the César Manrique House Museum, an incarnation of his talents. The lower floor is built around five natural volcanic bubbles, and his former studio has been converted into an exhibition for his paintings.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ1

    Pre-paid: $131

    On-board: $145

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    We’ll begin at the northern tip of Lanzarote to learn more about the island’s most revered artist, César Manrique. He was a painter, architect, builder, and sculptor. He was also an ecologist and activist for sustainable development in the local construction industry. Jameos del Agua is the art, culture, and tourism center where his talents can be experienced firsthand. Afterwards, we’ll head to the Mirador del Rio to take in the outstanding views of the moon-like landscape. You’ll be able to catch a glimpse of another volcanic island, La Graciosa, from the overlook as well. The combination of the sky, the water, and the steep cliff is an unbelievable experience. Lastly, we’ll visit the César Manrique House Museum, an incarnation of his talents. The lower floor is built around five natural volcanic bubbles, and his former studio has been converted into an exhibition for his paintings.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ1

    Pre-paid: $131

    On-board: $145

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Timanfaya National Park, which occupies 25% of the island, is an amazingly surreal place to visit. The Fire Mountains in the park possess a singular beauty. Before the eruptions, this area contained vast, fertile grounds. Today, the zone is covered with lava, ash, and dust. Nevertheless, nature continues to persist in some beautiful and unique ways. We’ll enjoy a panoramic tour of the park to see as much of the changing landscape as possible before reaching the Islote de Hilario. Here, we’ll take part in geothermic demonstrations and learn about the immeasurable energy stored within the earth. After, we’ll hit the Volcano Route on our return and cross the through Geria, which contains thousands of semicircle stone-and-rock vineyards patiently built by winegrowers over the years. We’ll finish up with a tasting of wine at one of the oldest bodegas on the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ2

    Pre-paid: $120

    On-board: $133

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Timanfaya National Park, which occupies 25% of the island, is an amazingly surreal place to visit. The Fire Mountains in the park possess a singular beauty. Before the eruptions, this area contained vast, fertile grounds. Today, the zone is covered with lava, ash, and dust. Nevertheless, nature continues to persist in some beautiful and unique ways. We’ll enjoy a panoramic tour of the park to see as much of the changing landscape as possible before reaching the Islote de Hilario. Here, we’ll take part in geothermic demonstrations and learn about the immeasurable energy stored within the earth. After, we’ll hit the Volcano Route on our return and cross the through Geria, which contains thousands of semicircle stone-and-rock vineyards patiently built by winegrowers over the years. We’ll finish up with a tasting of wine at one of the oldest bodegas on the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ2

    Pre-paid: $131

    On-board: $145

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Timanfaya National Park, which occupies 25% of the island, is an amazingly surreal place to visit. The Fire Mountains in the park possess a singular beauty. Before the eruptions, this area contained vast, fertile grounds. Today, the zone is covered with lava, ash, and dust. Nevertheless, nature continues to persist in some beautiful and unique ways. We’ll enjoy a panoramic tour of the park to see as much of the changing landscape as possible before reaching the Islote de Hilario. Here, we’ll take part in geothermic demonstrations and learn about the immeasurable energy stored within the earth. After, we’ll hit the Volcano Route on our return and cross the through Geria, which contains thousands of semicircle stone-and-rock vineyards patiently built by winegrowers over the years. We’ll finish up with a tasting of wine at one of the oldest bodegas on the island.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_LANZ2

    Pre-paid: $131

    On-board: $145

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Puerto de la Cruz is a hopping seaside resort overflowing with lush vegetation and must-see sites that include the Plaza del Charco and the Plaza Concejil, surrounded by old mansions and palaces. The Plaza de la Iglesia sits in front of the city’s main church, which has one of the most stunning interiors on the island. We’ll also pass in front of the Castillo San Felipe, the hermitage of San Amaro, the Church of San Francisco, and Parque Taoro. The park has superb views, ample shady areas under giant trees, sandy pathways, and lush Canarian vegetation. We’ll pause at the Mirador de Humbolt, a lookout point with sweeping views of the Orotava Valley. Our last stop will be the Orchid Garden Sitio Litre, home to the most extensive collection of orchids on the island. The owners decided to open their 18th-century garden to the public, which boasts the largest collection of orchids and the oldest dragon tree on the island. Agatha Christie is just one of the famous names to have passed through that you might recognize.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN1

    Pre-paid: $58

    On-board: $65

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Puerto de la Cruz is a hopping seaside resort overflowing with lush vegetation and must-see sites that include the Plaza del Charco and the Plaza Concejil, surrounded by old mansions and palaces. The Plaza de la Iglesia sits in front of the city’s main church, which has one of the most stunning interiors on the island. We’ll also pass in front of the Castillo San Felipe, the hermitage of San Amaro, the Church of San Francisco, and Parque Taoro. The park has superb views, ample shady areas under giant trees, sandy pathways, and lush Canarian vegetation. We’ll pause at the Mirador de Humbolt, a lookout point with sweeping views of the Orotava Valley. Our last stop will be the Orchid Garden Sitio Litre, home to the most extensive collection of orchids on the island. The owners decided to open their 18th-century garden to the public, which boasts the largest collection of orchids and the oldest dragon tree on the island. Agatha Christie is just one of the famous names to have passed through that you might recognize.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN1

    Pre-paid: $67

    On-board: $74

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Puerto de la Cruz is a hopping seaside resort overflowing with lush vegetation and must-see sites that include the Plaza del Charco and the Plaza Concejil, surrounded by old mansions and palaces. The Plaza de la Iglesia sits in front of the city’s main church, which has one of the most stunning interiors on the island. We’ll also pass in front of the Castillo San Felipe, the hermitage of San Amaro, the Church of San Francisco, and Parque Taoro. The park has superb views, ample shady areas under giant trees, sandy pathways, and lush Canarian vegetation. We’ll pause at the Mirador de Humbolt, a lookout point with sweeping views of the Orotava Valley. Our last stop will be the Orchid Garden Sitio Litre, home to the most extensive collection of orchids on the island. The owners decided to open their 18th-century garden to the public, which boasts the largest collection of orchids and the oldest dragon tree on the island. Agatha Christie is just one of the famous names to have passed through that you might recognize.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN1

    Pre-paid: $67

    On-board: $74

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Teide National Park is located in the heart of Tenerife. Created in 1954, it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The last time the volcano erupted was in 1909. The national park system throughout the Canary Islands protects the important ecosystems found within. Teide National Park is an excellent example of the vegetation in Tenerife at the high mountain level. It sits at an altitude between 5,413 ft. and 12,198 ft (1,650 and 3,718 m) and gives a great opportunity to visit a dormant volcano and its surroundings. We’ll make several stops during this excursion to take in the beauty of the landscape and the views.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN2

    Pre-paid: $58

    On-board: $65

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Teide National Park is located in the heart of Tenerife. Created in 1954, it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The last time the volcano erupted was in 1909. The national park system throughout the Canary Islands protects the important ecosystems found within. Teide National Park is an excellent example of the vegetation in Tenerife at the high mountain level. It sits at an altitude between 5,413 ft. and 12,198 ft (1,650 and 3,718 m) and gives a great opportunity to visit a dormant volcano and its surroundings. We’ll make several stops during this excursion to take in the beauty of the landscape and the views.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN2

    Pre-paid: $67

    On-board: $74

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Teide National Park is located in the heart of Tenerife. Created in 1954, it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The last time the volcano erupted was in 1909. The national park system throughout the Canary Islands protects the important ecosystems found within. Teide National Park is an excellent example of the vegetation in Tenerife at the high mountain level. It sits at an altitude between 5,413 ft. and 12,198 ft (1,650 and 3,718 m) and gives a great opportunity to visit a dormant volcano and its surroundings. We’ll make several stops during this excursion to take in the beauty of the landscape and the views.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    • Good walking shoes are recommended.
    EXC_TEN2

    Pre-paid: $67

    On-board: $74



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