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Fuerteventura, Lanzarote & Tenerife

Explore three diverse Canary Islands over three weeks with two grades, two leaders in Lanzarote & Tenerife, giving you the chance to discover why these islands are so popular for walking with their plains, hills, coast and luna like volcanic landscapes.

  • Fuerteventura

    Lanzarote

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  • 21 nights
  • Half Board with dinners at the hotels and in local restaurants
  • Coast & Islands

    Landscape

  • Jan

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Moderate Challenging

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Walking grade

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

1st Week - In Fuerteventura we only operate Grade 5

2nd Week - In Lanzarote we operate both Grade 4 & 6.

3rd Week - In Tenerife we only operate Grade 4 & 6.

Each day on Fuerteventura we will walk Grade 5 up to 5-6 hours with cumulative daily ascents and descents in the range of 400m. The paths we take can vary, some are rough and steep at times, but will be taken at a pace appropriate to the grade of the walk. 

Whilst on Lanzarote & Tenerife on a Grade 4 walk these can be full or half day walks at a moderate pace over hilly terrain and is likely to include an element of sightseeing as well. Half day walking will probably include about 3 hours of walking, with full days having around 5 hours. Expect ascents and descents of up to about 600m.

Our Grade 6 on Lanzarote & Tenerife walks are full days with appreciable amounts of ascent and descent with walks in some remote areas. Paths are mostly good, but there may be some steep and rough ground. Walks will last up to 6 hours and could involve as much as 750m of ascent and descent.

Please see our Proposed Itinerary below for more walk examples.

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Overview

Holiday Highlights

  • Explore three contrasting Canary Islands in one holiday.
  • Crossing the spine of Fuerteventura on a dramatic coast to coast walk.
  • Enjoy the coastal walk from Ye to Famara, one of the best on Lanzarote with views over La Graciosa and the other tiny islands off the north coast.
  • Ascend the formidable Mount Teide volcano by cable car then enjoy walking on its lower slopes.
  • Absorb a landscape of sheer ridges and green mountains with views across the open sea from Anaga Peninsula on Tenerife.
  • From Haria in the Valley of a Thousand Palms, follow old trading paths to Tequise, the ancient capital of Lanzarote.
  • Take a trip by ferry to the beautiful uninhabited island of Isla de Lobos to enjoy a walk and maybe a swim. Fuerteventura.

This holiday is a combination of our one week holidays in Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Tenerife.

See three Canary Islands and discover some of the best island walking in the world with Ramble Worldwide. Our first centre is Fuerteventura Grade 5 which has largely escaped the indiscriminate coastal development of the other islands of the archipelago. The interior has striking landscapes of ancient volcanoes, dry steppes and rolling sandy hills lined with stone terraces. In the middle of the island one trek visits the old historic town of Betancuria, the first European settlement in the Atlantic. Whilst in Corralejo, one day takes us by ferry to the neighbouring island of Lobos where we circumnavigate the island for great ocean visitors and views of neighbouring Canary Islands. Our highlight as we walk in the south is the Loggerhead Turtle Hatchery on Cofette Beach.

After our first week, it's a quick hop on the ferry to Lanzarote Grade 4 & 6 where you’ll discover a volcanic wonderland with a difference. There are volcanic tubes, salt-marshes and wild beaches to explore. The walking opportunities here are incredibly varied and make for a very rewarding experience – palm groves, vineyards, traditional white villages, sandy beaches and mountain vistas await you. We stay in the island’s capital, Arrecife an ideal place from which to explore the rest of the island.

We then take a short flight across to Tenerife, for our 2nd week at Grade 4 & 6 an island of contrasts, with dramatic and beautiful landscapes. We are based in San Cristobal de la Laguna, near Santa Cruz in the north of the island. Small enough to explore on foot, it’s packed with interesting architecture including its cathedral. Outside of the town you’ll explore the rugged Anaga Peninsula, a landscape of sheer ridges and green mountains with views across the open sea.

A major highlight for Tenerife is soaring to the summit of Mount Teide Volcano by cable car. As a group we will ascend the mount and take in the spectacular Pico Viejo viewpoint for what can only be described as the best views in the Canaries. Once we have come down via cable car we will have an easy walking day on the lower slopes and the famous Rocques de Garcia.

Our Christmas and New Year departures are a chance to see in the festive season in a different setting.


  • Flights from London to Fuerteventura, returning from Tenerife South
  • Inter island ferry & internal flights (Binter Canarias)
  • Airport transfers
  • En suite accommodation with breakfast
  • Dinners taken in the hotel and in local restaurants
  • All local transport costs.
  • Two Grades, Two Leaders, Two Walks
  • Mount Teide Volcano Cable Car
  • Entrance fees (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Travel Insurance

Holiday Information

Click the button below for a detailed Holiday Information Sheet containing all the particulars about this trip.

NOTE: Itineraries and Holiday Information Sheets can vary by a specific date chosen

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Itinerary & Travel

Itinerary Details

Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the outlined itinerary and advertised programme, local conditions can change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. This may mean that routes and timings need to be amended or the order of days may change, sometimes at short notice.

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Hello to the Canary Islands and Fuerteventura

Meals

Dinner

Accommodation

Our first stop on our exploration of the Canaries is Fuerteventura.

Transfer Time = 60m

Day 2 - 3

Southern Fuerteventura

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

We will use the next two days to explore the south of the island:

  • Time

    3.5 hours

  • Distance

    7.8 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    275/300m

The Pared Isthmus

Requiring no transport today this is a popular route with walkers as it crosses the island from one coast to the other across its rocky spine offering splendid panoramic coastal views.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    7 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    630m

Degollada de Cofete

This walk is an out back onto the spine of the island with different views to be had towards the remote and spectacular Cofete beach,  There will be time to explore Morro Jable before returning to the hotel at Costa Calma.

Day 4

From South to North

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    7 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    500/510m

Today we transfer from the south of the island to the North. Along the way we travel to the centre of the island for a linear walk from Vega de Rio Palmas.  On our route we pass through the historical Betancuria. This town is one of the most historically significant landmarks in the whole of the Canary Islands. This town was primarily chosen for its defensive position from Pirate attacks. We will finish our walk in Antigua and continue to Corralejo for the next part of the trip.

Day 5 - 7

Northern Fuerteventura

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

We will explore the north during three days of walking:

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    8.5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    465/520m

Walking Amongst Volcanos

In the Canaries you have to travel along way to escape volcanos. Fuerteventura is no different. This walk is of particular interest for volcanologists but equally splendid for those who are not. On the walk we meet the first of six volcanos in a chain and most recently active but not worry, it has not erupted in 10,000 years.

  • Time

    3.5 hours

  • Distance

    6.6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    270m

Isla de Lobos

The sea is our constant companion today as we head by ferry to Isla de Lobos, just off the coast of Corralejo where our hotel is located. This protected Natural Area is home to many interesting birds and plants, some only endemic to the island. Given the remote location and geographic of the island it is important to note it can be windy and there is minimal shade.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9.2 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    200/380m

Tindaya to El Cotillo

Today we walk from the centre of the island all the way down to the coast. Starting from Tindaya our walk takes us across a plain where we then begin our gradual descent through a spectacular barranco to the coast and our picnic spot on a sandy beach. After lunch our walk continues along the coast to El Cotillo for a cool refreshing drink by the sea.

Day 8

Welcome to Lanzarote!

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

It is time to leave Fuerteventura and travel by ferry from Corralejo Port to Lanzarote. To do this we walk from the hotel to Corralejo Port. From here our ferry takes us to Lanzarote. When we make landfall we then transfer by road to Arrecife and our next hotel.

Please note that due to Leader movements this may be an un escorted transfer.

Day 9 to 14

Sample Grade 4 & 6 Walks on Lanzarote

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    7.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    340/590m

Uga to Puerto del Carmen (Grade 4)

A good starter linear walk to stretch your legs on good tracks/paths, which takes in the grape pits of the La Geria district and continues through flatter residential land to the barranco of Quiquere, down to the coast and along the sea path to reach the resort of Puerto Del Carmen and refreshments.

  • Time

    5.5 hours

  • Distance

    13.6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    640/670m

Uga to Puerto del Carmen (Grade 6) 

Both groups start out from the village of Uga but the Grade 6 walk involves two additional hills to climb which afford magnificent views.

  • Time

    3 hours

  • Distance

    5.4 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    200m

Timanfaya & El Golfo (Grade 4)

Both groups start with a joint visit to the Timanfaya Visitor Centre which we believe is an essential excursion to get an understanding of the volcanic formation of the island. The visit is then followed by two circular coastal walks on lava paths, including a beach stop, a visit to the Green Lagoon and on the return journey a photo stop opportunity at the sea caves of Los Hervideros.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    7.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    420m

Timanfaya & Caldera Blanca (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 takes in a slightly higher and longer route.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9.3 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    485m

Maguez Circular (Grade 4) 

A circular walk starting from Community Centre at the whitewashed village of Maguez . The two groups walk largely independently for most of the day. The lower grade walk is less demanding in terms of distance and ascent but both groups are rewarded with magnificent views of the North of Lanzarote and the Island of Graciosa. These are both lovely walks with amazing views which many clients enjoy as a real highlight of the week.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    9.2 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    545m

Maguez Circular (Grade 6) 

The 6 grade route visits along the side of a volcano and then passes through the picturesque village of Ye before continuing on high cliff paths with spectacular views of the nearby island of La Graciosca and returning to Maguez. These are both lovely walks with amazing views which many clients enjoy as a real highlight of the week.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    250/550m

Femes to Puerto Calero (Grade 4) 

A linear walk starting in the high mountains of the south which are usually visible from Arrecife, this area offers two fine rough ridge walks of varying difficulty, then a quiet and tranquil valley, where rare birds have been seen, followed by a secluded lava beach which is an ideal location for a swim. Then it follows the coast path north with fine views. The path snakes through to the unspoiled resort of Playa Quemada where a few nice bars/restaurants are available. From there it continues on the coast path to Puerto Calero where it is possible to spend some time after the walk.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    10.1 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    665/980m

Femes to Puerto Calero (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 walk is a longer and higher variation if the Grade 4 route.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    365/360m

Haria to Teguise (Grade 4) 

Two linear walks with varying distance and ascent which basically follow old trading paths from Haria, the Valley of a Thousand Palm Trees to the ancient capital of Teguise. Both walks are on ancient and rough tracks, ascending to a high plateau and the church of Ermita de las Nieves. This walk affords both groups spectacular views inland and to the coast. There is also time for a look around tranquil Teguise. The ascent at grade 4 is all at the beginning of the walk and up to the first break, after which it is easy walking.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    9.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    540/500m

Haria to Teguise (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 walk is a longer higher variation of our Grade 4 route.

There will also be a free day generally on day five your leaders will let you know about options available to you on Wednesday evening. Note: This free day is the best opportunity for shopping as majority of shops are closed Saturday evening and Sunday.


Day 15

Onwards to Tenerife!

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

Travel by road to Lanzarote Airport for our second internal flight to Tenerife. Upon arrival into Tenerife Reina Sofia airport we will travel by road to San Cristobal de la Laguna and our hotel.

Day 16 to 21

Sample Grade 4 & 6 Walks on Tenerife

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

During our time on Tenerife we will enjoy five days of walking at Grade 4 & 6. There are lots of walks available to your leaders and the walks below will give you a flavour of what to expect.

  • Distance

    5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/600m

Las Mercedes to El Batan (Grade 4)

Nestled next to the forest of Las Mercedes adorned with tree ferns, giant laurels and succulents clinging to rock walls is a rural village of the same name. Our path leads us out the village and up through the forest. As you walk take time to admire the diverse flora and fauna along your route. As we emerge from the forest our view opens up to valley walking before our finish point of El Batan with expansive views down to the coast near Punta del Hidalgo our Grade 6 destination.

  • Distance

    5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/500m

Afur to Taganna (Grade 4)

Along with our Grade 6 walks we start out from the tiny hamlet of Afur an undulating path takes us through small parcels of farmland, crossing then following a stream with picturesque waterfalls to a beach with dramatic cliffs. Climbing eastwards, we continue along a coastal path with breath-taking views. We pass through a cluster of buildings at Auchones, famous for its wine before our final destination and the waiting bus in Taganana. Not recommended for vertigo sufferers.

To Teide! (Grade 4 & 6)

The walking around this area is leisurely enabling a more relaxed days walking, however this is still a highlight of the holiday. The landscape around Teide gives you the final different terrain the island has to offer as we will have already discovered the lush green valleys of the Anaga Peninsula to dramatic rocky coastal paths. Teide offers arid dessert, lunar-like walking.

Our route in a way takes us from the very summit of Teide down to the Famous Roque de Garcia.

The journey starts ascending Mount Teide by cable car for a guided visit of the crater and viewpoints, one of the best experiences to be had on the island. We are at 3,555m above sea level with super views from Pico Viejo Viewpoint.

After an hour at the top of Mount Teide we are back down at the cable car station where two route options are available. One slightly longer than the other. Neither route is a Grade 4 or 6 but offer a nice cross-country route down through the volcanic landscape to the Rocque de Garcia and Cathedral Rock escarpments.

Once we reach the visitor centre at Roque de Garcia our routes can then be extended for those wishing to discover more of this landscape.

It is important to note the height of 3,555m and that the weather at the top of Mount Teide will be completely different to the base of the cable car station. Sometimes in winter this can be below freezing. Layers are the order of the day to cope with our changes in temperature.

  • Distance

    6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/900m

Pedro Alvarez to Punta Hildalgo (Grade 6)

Starting at this rural village the initial ascent has spectacular views over the local area and towards the west coast. We continue uphill through the laurel forest of Anaga before the path eases for a while. This gives you the opportunity to admire the amazing flora and fauna. The path changes as we head downhill, twisting and turning before the forest opens, revealing the full beauty of the barrancos before you. This area was formed millions of years ago and hasn’t changed much. You can soak in the vista during your picnic lunch before a challenging descent takes us down to the coast.

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    850m

Afur Circuit (Grade 6)

From the tiny hamlet of Afur an undulating path takes us through small parcels of farmland, crossing then following a stream with picturesque waterfalls to a beach with dramatic cliffs. Climbing eastwards, we continue along a coastal path with breath-taking views. We pass through a cluster of buildings at Auchones, famous for its wine before an optional drink and a rest in Taganana. A challenging climb takes us up to La Cumbrecilla and a gentle descent to our waiting bus. Not recommended for vertigo sufferers.

Day 22

Goodbye Tenerife

Meals

Breakfast

It has come time to bid the Canary Islands farewell as we head to the airport for our onward flight home.

Departure dates for your selected tour

26th Oct 2024 - 16th Nov 2024 (21 Nights)

18th Jan 2025 - 8th Feb 2025 (21 Nights)

15th Feb 2025 - 8th Mar 2025 (21 Nights)

8th Mar 2025 - 29th Mar 2025 (21 Nights)

25th Oct 2025 - 15th Nov 2025 (21 Nights)

13th Dec 2025 - 3rd Jan 2026 (21 Nights)

Travel Details

  • Flights from London to Fuerteventura, returning from Tenerife South
  • Internal flights (Binter Canarias)
  • Arrival transfers by road c.60mins
  • We can offer regional flight options and often there will be up to two transfer vehicles (which may include coaches, minibuses or taxis) from the airport to the hotel and vice versa which will minimise any waiting time at the overseas airport.
  • Upgrades are available on most flights. For scheduled flights this may be Premium Economy, Business or First Class. Most low-cost carriers also have extra legroom seats.

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Hello to the Canary Islands and Fuerteventura

Meals

Dinner

Accommodation

Our first stop on our exploration of the Canaries is Fuerteventura.

Transfer Time = 60m

Day 2 - 3

Southern Fuerteventura

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

We will use the next two days to explore the south of the island:

  • Time

    3.5 hours

  • Distance

    7.8 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    275/300m

The Pared Isthmus

Requiring no transport today this is a popular route with walkers as it crosses the island from one coast to the other across its rocky spine offering splendid panoramic coastal views.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    7 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    630m

Degollada de Cofete

This walk is an out back onto the spine of the island with different views to be had towards the remote and spectacular Cofete beach,  There will be time to explore Morro Jable before returning to the hotel at Costa Calma.

Day 4

From South to North

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    7 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    500/510m

Today we transfer from the south of the island to the North. Along the way we travel to the centre of the island for a linear walk from Vega de Rio Palmas.  On our route we pass through the historical Betancuria. This town is one of the most historically significant landmarks in the whole of the Canary Islands. This town was primarily chosen for its defensive position from Pirate attacks. We will finish our walk in Antigua and continue to Corralejo for the next part of the trip.

Day 5 - 7

Northern Fuerteventura

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

We will explore the north during three days of walking:

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    8.5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    465/520m

Walking Amongst Volcanos

In the Canaries you have to travel along way to escape volcanos. Fuerteventura is no different. This walk is of particular interest for volcanologists but equally splendid for those who are not. On the walk we meet the first of six volcanos in a chain and most recently active but not worry, it has not erupted in 10,000 years.

  • Time

    3.5 hours

  • Distance

    6.6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    270m

Isla de Lobos

The sea is our constant companion today as we head by ferry to Isla de Lobos, just off the coast of Corralejo where our hotel is located. This protected Natural Area is home to many interesting birds and plants, some only endemic to the island. Given the remote location and geographic of the island it is important to note it can be windy and there is minimal shade.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9.2 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    200/380m

Tindaya to El Cotillo

Today we walk from the centre of the island all the way down to the coast. Starting from Tindaya our walk takes us across a plain where we then begin our gradual descent through a spectacular barranco to the coast and our picnic spot on a sandy beach. After lunch our walk continues along the coast to El Cotillo for a cool refreshing drink by the sea.

Day 8

Welcome to Lanzarote!

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

It is time to leave Fuerteventura and travel by ferry from Corralejo Port to Lanzarote. To do this we walk from the hotel to Corralejo Port. From here our ferry takes us to Lanzarote. When we make landfall we then transfer by road to Arrecife and our next hotel.

Please note that due to Leader movements this may be an un escorted transfer.

Day 9 to 14

Sample Grade 4 & 6 Walks on Lanzarote

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

  • Time

    5 hours

  • Distance

    7.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    340/590m

Uga to Puerto del Carmen (Grade 4)

A good starter linear walk to stretch your legs on good tracks/paths, which takes in the grape pits of the La Geria district and continues through flatter residential land to the barranco of Quiquere, down to the coast and along the sea path to reach the resort of Puerto Del Carmen and refreshments.

  • Time

    5.5 hours

  • Distance

    13.6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    640/670m

Uga to Puerto del Carmen (Grade 6) 

Both groups start out from the village of Uga but the Grade 6 walk involves two additional hills to climb which afford magnificent views.

  • Time

    3 hours

  • Distance

    5.4 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    200m

Timanfaya & El Golfo (Grade 4)

Both groups start with a joint visit to the Timanfaya Visitor Centre which we believe is an essential excursion to get an understanding of the volcanic formation of the island. The visit is then followed by two circular coastal walks on lava paths, including a beach stop, a visit to the Green Lagoon and on the return journey a photo stop opportunity at the sea caves of Los Hervideros.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    7.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    420m

Timanfaya & Caldera Blanca (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 takes in a slightly higher and longer route.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9.3 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    485m

Maguez Circular (Grade 4) 

A circular walk starting from Community Centre at the whitewashed village of Maguez . The two groups walk largely independently for most of the day. The lower grade walk is less demanding in terms of distance and ascent but both groups are rewarded with magnificent views of the North of Lanzarote and the Island of Graciosa. These are both lovely walks with amazing views which many clients enjoy as a real highlight of the week.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    9.2 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    545m

Maguez Circular (Grade 6) 

The 6 grade route visits along the side of a volcano and then passes through the picturesque village of Ye before continuing on high cliff paths with spectacular views of the nearby island of La Graciosca and returning to Maguez. These are both lovely walks with amazing views which many clients enjoy as a real highlight of the week.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    250/550m

Femes to Puerto Calero (Grade 4) 

A linear walk starting in the high mountains of the south which are usually visible from Arrecife, this area offers two fine rough ridge walks of varying difficulty, then a quiet and tranquil valley, where rare birds have been seen, followed by a secluded lava beach which is an ideal location for a swim. Then it follows the coast path north with fine views. The path snakes through to the unspoiled resort of Playa Quemada where a few nice bars/restaurants are available. From there it continues on the coast path to Puerto Calero where it is possible to spend some time after the walk.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    10.1 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    665/980m

Femes to Puerto Calero (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 walk is a longer and higher variation if the Grade 4 route.

  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    365/360m

Haria to Teguise (Grade 4) 

Two linear walks with varying distance and ascent which basically follow old trading paths from Haria, the Valley of a Thousand Palm Trees to the ancient capital of Teguise. Both walks are on ancient and rough tracks, ascending to a high plateau and the church of Ermita de las Nieves. This walk affords both groups spectacular views inland and to the coast. There is also time for a look around tranquil Teguise. The ascent at grade 4 is all at the beginning of the walk and up to the first break, after which it is easy walking.

  • Time

    4.5 hours

  • Distance

    9.9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    540/500m

Haria to Teguise (Grade 6)

Our Grade 6 walk is a longer higher variation of our Grade 4 route.

There will also be a free day generally on day five your leaders will let you know about options available to you on Wednesday evening. Note: This free day is the best opportunity for shopping as majority of shops are closed Saturday evening and Sunday.


Day 15

Onwards to Tenerife!

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

Travel by road to Lanzarote Airport for our second internal flight to Tenerife. Upon arrival into Tenerife Reina Sofia airport we will travel by road to San Cristobal de la Laguna and our hotel.

Day 16 to 21

Sample Grade 4 & 6 Walks on Tenerife

Meals

Breakfast & Dinner

Accommodation

During our time on Tenerife we will enjoy five days of walking at Grade 4 & 6. There are lots of walks available to your leaders and the walks below will give you a flavour of what to expect.

  • Distance

    5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/600m

Las Mercedes to El Batan (Grade 4)

Nestled next to the forest of Las Mercedes adorned with tree ferns, giant laurels and succulents clinging to rock walls is a rural village of the same name. Our path leads us out the village and up through the forest. As you walk take time to admire the diverse flora and fauna along your route. As we emerge from the forest our view opens up to valley walking before our finish point of El Batan with expansive views down to the coast near Punta del Hidalgo our Grade 6 destination.

  • Distance

    5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/500m

Afur to Taganna (Grade 4)

Along with our Grade 6 walks we start out from the tiny hamlet of Afur an undulating path takes us through small parcels of farmland, crossing then following a stream with picturesque waterfalls to a beach with dramatic cliffs. Climbing eastwards, we continue along a coastal path with breath-taking views. We pass through a cluster of buildings at Auchones, famous for its wine before our final destination and the waiting bus in Taganana. Not recommended for vertigo sufferers.

To Teide! (Grade 4 & 6)

The walking around this area is leisurely enabling a more relaxed days walking, however this is still a highlight of the holiday. The landscape around Teide gives you the final different terrain the island has to offer as we will have already discovered the lush green valleys of the Anaga Peninsula to dramatic rocky coastal paths. Teide offers arid dessert, lunar-like walking.

Our route in a way takes us from the very summit of Teide down to the Famous Roque de Garcia.

The journey starts ascending Mount Teide by cable car for a guided visit of the crater and viewpoints, one of the best experiences to be had on the island. We are at 3,555m above sea level with super views from Pico Viejo Viewpoint.

After an hour at the top of Mount Teide we are back down at the cable car station where two route options are available. One slightly longer than the other. Neither route is a Grade 4 or 6 but offer a nice cross-country route down through the volcanic landscape to the Rocque de Garcia and Cathedral Rock escarpments.

Once we reach the visitor centre at Roque de Garcia our routes can then be extended for those wishing to discover more of this landscape.

It is important to note the height of 3,555m and that the weather at the top of Mount Teide will be completely different to the base of the cable car station. Sometimes in winter this can be below freezing. Layers are the order of the day to cope with our changes in temperature.

  • Distance

    6 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    400/900m

Pedro Alvarez to Punta Hildalgo (Grade 6)

Starting at this rural village the initial ascent has spectacular views over the local area and towards the west coast. We continue uphill through the laurel forest of Anaga before the path eases for a while. This gives you the opportunity to admire the amazing flora and fauna. The path changes as we head downhill, twisting and turning before the forest opens, revealing the full beauty of the barrancos before you. This area was formed millions of years ago and hasn’t changed much. You can soak in the vista during your picnic lunch before a challenging descent takes us down to the coast.

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent

    850m

Afur Circuit (Grade 6)

From the tiny hamlet of Afur an undulating path takes us through small parcels of farmland, crossing then following a stream with picturesque waterfalls to a beach with dramatic cliffs. Climbing eastwards, we continue along a coastal path with breath-taking views. We pass through a cluster of buildings at Auchones, famous for its wine before an optional drink and a rest in Taganana. A challenging climb takes us up to La Cumbrecilla and a gentle descent to our waiting bus. Not recommended for vertigo sufferers.

Day 22

Goodbye Tenerife

Meals

Breakfast

It has come time to bid the Canary Islands farewell as we head to the airport for our onward flight home.

Departure dates for your selected tour

13th Dec 2024 - 3rd Jan 2025 (21 Nights)

Travel Details

  • Flights from London to Fuerteventura, returning from Tenerife South
  • Internal flights (Binter Canarias)
  • Arrival transfers by road c.60mins
  • We can offer regional flight options and often there will be up to two transfer vehicles (which may include coaches, minibuses or taxis) from the airport to the hotel and vice versa which will minimise any waiting time at the overseas airport.
  • Upgrades are available on most flights. For scheduled flights this may be Premium Economy, Business or First Class. Most low-cost carriers also have extra legroom seats.

Accommodation

Accommodation information

Below is the accommodation featured on this holiday across all departure dates. Please refer to the Itinerary for more detail about each night's accommodation for each departure date.

H10 Tindaya

Nestled in the southern expanse of Fuerteventura, the H10 Tindaya beckons you with its spacious and well-appointed accommodations, providing a delightful base for your two days of exploration in the island's southern region. Despite its slightly larger scale compared to your typical choices, the H10 Tindaya seamlessly blends a larger footprint with a welcoming atmosphere, ensuring a comfortable stay for you.

The hotel's strategic location enhances your experience, granting convenient access to the captivating landscapes and trails awaiting exploration in the southern part of the island. Beyond the comfort of the rooms, the H10 Tindaya boasts an array of amenities, emphasizing both relaxation and recreation. Multiple swimming pools beckon under the sun, providing a refreshing oasis amidst the island's warmth. Additionally, the spa facilities offer a tranquil retreat to unwind after a day of walking adventures. 

Rooms at the H10 Tindaya are designed with your comfort in mind, featuring en suite facilities, air conditioning, television, a hairdryer, and a safe—ensuring a seamless blend of modern convenience and island charm throughout your stay.

H10 Ocean Suites

Located just a few minutes' walk from the pristine white sandy beaches of Corralejo, the H10 Ocean Suites is strategically positioned for your convenient access to the captivating walking trails that characterize the northern part of the island.

Your stay at the H10 Ocean Suites promises the comforts of well-appointed en suite rooms, each equipped with its own terrace to soak in the vibrant surroundings. The amenities include essential features such as air conditioning, television, a hairdryer, and a safe, ensuring a seamless blend of modern convenience and tranquillity. Despite its size, which may differ from your usual preferences, the H10 Ocean Suites stands out as a pragmatic choice, providing you with a convenient and comfortable base for your explorations.

Hotel Lancelot

In the heart of Arrecife, discover the inviting Hotel Lancelot, infused with Canarian allure and modern facilities. Overlooking the tranquil waters of the Atlantic Ocean, as you step into the lobby, a seamless blend of contemporary design and warm hospitality welcomes you, setting the stage for an unforgettable week. 

The rooftop terrace provides a panoramic setting, ideal for soaking in the surroundings. Unwind in the comfort of your room equipped with modern amenities, including en suite bathrooms, TV, free Wi-Fi, telephone, air conditioning, minibar, safe (charge applies locally), and a hairdryer.

Hotel Lancelot extends its charm beyond the rooms, offering an array of facilities such as a restaurant, café, piano bar, terrace, laundry service, solarium, and a well-equipped gym. Just a pleasant 10-minute walk from Arrecife town centre, the capital of Lanzarote, and all its local amenities, the hotel ensures your stay is a perfect balance of luxury and tranquillity in the heart of Lanzarote's vibrant capital.

Hotel Laguna Nivaria

Our home on Tenerife is the Hotel Laguna Nivaria, a 4 star recently refurbished mansion house in the centre of San Cristobal de la Laguna, a designated UNESCO World Heritage City. Hotel facilities include a restaurant, bar/lounge, conservatory and spa (charges apply locally).

Room facilities include en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, safe, free wifi, hairdryer, TV, telephone and fridge.

This hotel has an Eco-friendly heart by way of an biomass boiler supplying all its heating and hot water, and have a farm growing their own produce so this fits in nicely with our own sustainable ethos.

Trip Information

All the details you need

Holiday Grade

1st Week - In Fuerteventura we only operate Grade 5

2nd Week - In Lanzarote we operate both Grade 4 & 6.

3rd Week - In Tenerife we only operate Grade 4 & 6.

Each day on Fuerteventura we will walk Grade 5 up to 5-6 hours with cumulative daily ascents and descents in the range of 400m. The paths we take can vary, some are rough and steep at times, but will be taken at a pace appropriate to the grade of the walk. 

Whilst on Lanzarote & Tenerife on a Grade 4 walk these can be full or half day walks at a moderate pace over hilly terrain and is likely to include an element of sightseeing as well. Half day walking will probably include about 3 hours of walking, with full days having around 5 hours. Expect ascents and descents of up to about 600m.

Our Grade 6 on Lanzarote & Tenerife walks are full days with appreciable amounts of ascent and descent with walks in some remote areas. Paths are mostly good, but there may be some steep and rough ground. Walks will last up to 6 hours and could involve as much as 750m of ascent and descent.

Please see our Proposed Itinerary below for more walk examples.

Walks & Excursions

Two Grades, Two Leaders, Two Walks

On ‘2x Walks, 2x Leaders, 2x Grades’ departures, where we provide two tour leaders and offer a choice of easier or harder walks each day, we hope to be able to accommodate your choice of walk. However, safety considerations do govern the sizes of groups in each walking grade; the minimum number of participants for a guided walk at a given grade and the maximum group size will be as indicated for the walk grade.

On most departures we are able to accommodate most clients' first choice of walk most of the time, however some flexibility and co-operation may be required. In unusual circumstances where a disproportionately high number of clients wish to walk at one grade, for safety reasons, we may not be able to provide you with your choice of walk each day. Although we will endeavour to accommodate as many clients’ choices as possible, it may be necessary for you to switch between higher and lower grade walks during the holiday. Any decision regarding group sizes and the participants in the day’s walking programme rests with our tour leader(s).

For safety reasons the minimum number of participants on a walk will be 4 plus the leader.

Local Transport Costs

In the holiday cost, we've included all local transport expenses related to the advertised activity programme for your convenience. If there are additional visits or excursions to enrich your experience, you can choose to participate and cover the costs locally. Depending on the itinerary, local transport may involve a mix of private hire coaches, taxis, local buses, and ferries.

Optional Excursions

At your destination, you may have the option to book various local excursions and activities through a local operator. It's important to note that we are not involved in these activities or excursions, and we do not operate, supervise, or control them in any way. Your contract will be directly with the local activity supplier, and we bear no responsibility for their actions or omissions.

Spending Money

Holiday Budgeting

As you plan your holiday budget, it's essential to account for expenses such as drinks, meals not covered in the holiday price, entrance fees not included, optional local excursions, and any souvenirs or additional services like laundry. For a rough estimate, budgeting around £10-£20 per person per day for lunches and drinks is a helpful guideline.

Currency in Spain

The currency in Spain is the euro. You may wish to take some euro cash with you until you reach an ATM. Credit cards may not be accepted in smaller towns and rural areas.

Tipping

In your holiday price, we've included tipping for our local suppliers, covering hotel and restaurant staff, local guides, and drivers. Should you wish to make an extra contribution for a specific service, this should be given directly to the recipient at your discretion.

Tour Leaders & Local Guides

Tour Leaders

Your tour leader plays a crucial role in enhancing your holiday experience, and they share your passion for exploring the world on foot. In addition to being resourceful and organized they are also well-travelled and deeply enthusiastic about showing you new destinations.  Your tour leader takes care of all the local administration, ensuring you can fully enjoy your holiday without worrying about the logistics. While leading group holidays, they always keep in mind that each group is composed of individuals. Each tour leader brings their unique style, talents, and professional background to the table. Rest assured, they are all trained, qualified, experienced, and dedicated to making your holiday as enjoyable, interesting, and inspiring as possible. Remember, your leader, while on holiday, is your first port of call for any issues, ensuring a smooth and worry-free experience for you.

Leader's Evening Briefing

Each evening, your tour leader will meet with you to review the programme for the next day. This is your chance to discuss details and ensure that the planned activities align with your walking ability. If you have any concerns about clothing or equipment, feel free to bring them up during this discussion. If, for any reason, you prefer not to participate in the organized group program, please inform your leader. Your preferences are important, and your leader is there to make sure your experience aligns with your expectations.

Your Travel Details

Flights: London to Fuerteventura and return from Tenerife South (Refina Airport).

Travel in the Canaries will be by ferry, road and on foot.  Approximate journey times are as follows:

  • Fuerteventura Airport to Costa Calma - 60 minutes (by road)
  • Fuerteventura to Lanzarote - by foot, ferry and road
  • Arrecife to Arrecife  Airport - 15 minutes (by road)
  • Tenerife North Airport to San Cristobel - 10 minutes (by road)
  • San Cristobel to Tenerife South Airport - 1 hour (by road)

When you transfer from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote this will be by ferry and coach.  To do this we walk from the hotel to Corralejo Port taking around 25 mins. Luggage if needed will be transferred via local taxis to the port. From here our 25 minute ferry journey takes us to Lanzarote. When we make landfall we then transfer for 45 minutes by road to Arrecife and our next hotel.

Please note that due to Leader movements this may be an un escorted transfer.

Our internal flight from Lanzarote to Tenerife will operate through Air Bintas inter island flights.

Booking Your Own Travel Arrangements

If you prefer to arrange your own flights from a non-UK or regional airport or travel to your holiday destination by rail or car, you may qualify for 'land only' reductions, and we can provide details upon request. Feel free to reach out to us for more information.

Before finalizing any independent travel arrangements, especially if you're doing so 12 weeks or more before your intended travel date, please check with us first to ensure your holiday has been cleared to operate. If you plan to join your holiday locally, kindly inform us at least 14 weeks in advance.

If you're joining and leaving your holiday overseas, we assume, unless you specify otherwise, that you will join and leave the holiday at your hotel.

Although airport transfers are not included for those making independent travel arrangements, you may have the option to join the group at the overseas airport, depending on your flight arrival time. If interested, contact us at least 5 weeks before departure for more details.

Please be aware that your flight must arrive within 30 minutes of the group flight to be eligible for the group transfer. Additionally, we'll need your flight number, arrival time, and departure point to ensure the group leader can meet up with you. If you have a mobile, please ensure we have the number, and it is turned on while you are traveling for effective communication.

Hotel Transfers

When you book a Flight-Inclusive holiday, transfers between the airport and hotel and back are included. On some holidays, where we offer various flight options, the transfer vehicle may wait for all flights to land before transferring to the hotel.  

Luggage Allowance & Travel Documents

If you're booking a flight or rail inclusive holiday, rest assured that details of your travel arrangements and baggage allowance will be clearly outlined in your 'Final Travel Documents'. These will be sent to you approximately 10 days before your departure, ensuring you have all the necessary information for a smooth and well-prepared journey.

Personal Details Check

To ensure the accurate administration of your holiday arrangements, kindly verify that the personal details we have for you are current and correct. Confirm that you've given us all the necessary information for securing your travel and accommodation. Please review your passport details, date of birth, and any other pertinent information crucial for the management of your holiday.

Additionally, please make us aware of any dietary allergies or intolerances you may have. Your well-being is important to us, and this information will help us make appropriate arrangements for your meals during the trip.

You can access and update the provided information or add missing details through the "Manage My Booking" feature on our website at www.rambleworldwide.co.uk. Alternatively, reach out to our Sales and Reservations team at +44 (0)1707 331133. Upon receiving your booking confirmation, promptly check the details. Your cooperation ensures a seamless and enjoyable holiday experience.

Passports and Visas

European Passport Advice

If you are planning to travel to an EU country (except Ireland), or Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino or Vatican City, you must meet the Schengen area rules.

Your passport must meet 2 requirements. It must be:

  • less than 10 years old on the day you enter (check the ‘date of issue’)
  • valid for at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave (check the ‘expiry date’)

For some Schengen countries your passport may need to be less than 10 years old during your whole visit, and the 3 months at the end of your visit may need to be within 10 years of your passport’s issue date.

Check both the issue date and the expiry date in your passport. If you renewed your passport early, extra months may have been added to its expiry date. This could affect the requirement for your passport to be less than 10 years old.

Non British Passport holders should consult the host country’s embassy for applicable passport and visa entry requirements.

Footwear & Kit List

Footwear

Lightweight waterproof walking boots with a good moulded sole (such as Vibram or similar) and a deep tread and which provide ankle support are strongly recommended and may be essential for some walks.

General Kit List

Outdoor activities are always safer and more enjoyable if you are prepared.

If you have not travelled with us before the following list might be of use:

  • Waterproof jacket (Goretex or similar) and trousers
  • Lightweight quick-drying trousers
  • Walking T-shirt/shirts
  • Walking socks
  • Fleece or jumper
  • Sun hat, sunglasses, lip salve and sun block
  • Warm hat and gloves (if appropriate)
  • Swimwear (if appropriate)
  • Day sack (this should be able to carry all you would need for the day's activity)
  • Day sack liner
  • Water bottle - at least 1 litre capacity (more than 1 bottle may be required)
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Lunchbox
  • Walking poles (should you find them useful)
  • Sit mat

This list is not exhaustive and every walker is different and may have their own preference.

Travel Documents Checklist

Documents and Information to take with you:

  • Passport (make sure it's yours and valid)
  • Your travel tickets or e-ticket itinerary
  • Any visa or electronic travel authorisation (if required)
  • Holiday money
  • Credit or debit cards (and separate details of who to call if lost)
  • Car parking ticket and car park directions (if prebooked)
  • Coach or rail travel tickets (if prebooked)
  • Your holiday Booking Confirmation document
  • Your travel insurance details
  • Alternative form of identification (such as a driving licence)
  • Photocopy of the personal details pages of your passport
  • A valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) if relevant
  • Details of any medical condition or allergy your holiday leader should know about

Electricity in Spain

Electricity is supplied at 220 Volts. If you wish to use electrical equipment you will need a European two pin adaptor with round pins. More information can be found at https://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/

Water To Go

Opting for filtered water from a reusable bottle with its built-in water filter, like the Water-to-go bottle available at www.watertogo.eu, is a sustainable alternative to single-use sealed water bottles. Simply refill it from any water source and contribute to saving the environment from disposable plastic bottles.

Exciting news: Water-to-go has introduced two new bottles to their collection. The Active bottle is designed to fit bike water bottle holders, and the Sugarcane bottle is an even more planet-friendly option. Crafted from fibrous cane, a by-product of liquid extraction, it undergoes a process to create plant-based plastic. Explore the details on the Water-to-Go website for this innovative new range.

As a token of appreciation for your commitment to the environment, we've secured an exclusive 15% discount with Water-to-Go for you. Visit www.watertogo.eu and use the code RWW15 during your order.                        

Note: If you're booked on a long-haul holiday departing after November 1, 2023, you'll receive a complimentary Water to Go bottle, sent to your home address 2 or 3 weeks before your holiday. Thank you for being a part of our sustainable journey!

Maps, Guidebooks & Other Information

The Map Shop

If you cannot find the maps or books locally we recommend:

The Map Shop
5 High Street
Upton upon Severn, Worcs
WR8 0HJ
England

Tel: 01684 593 146
Website: www.themapshop.co.uk
E-mail: themapshop@btinternet.com

If you key many of the local places mentioned in this holiday fact sheet into YouTube, you will find a vast array of spectacular footage of the area.

Weather

Visit the following websites for an idea of the climate in your destination:

Staying Healthy On Holiday

Health requirements in destination can change, and it's crucial for you to take responsibility in staying informed. Ensure that you consult a professionally qualified source and comply with any health requirements at least 6 to 8 weeks before your departure. Your GP can provide advice on vaccinations. Stay proactive about your health preparations to ensure a safe and enjoyable travel experience.

Health Advice for Spain

No compulsory immunisations are required for visits to Spain. You should be up to date with the usual immunisations recommended in the UK. Tetanus immunisation is recommended.

Further Travel Advice

For further advice please visit:

You might wish to take a small bottle of antibacterial hand gel with you for times when you're unable to wash your hands.

Travel Insurance

It’s a condition of booking that you obtain adequate travel insurance, from a reputable provider, to undertake the holiday, including UK trips chiefly due to the cancellation element of cover.

The policy must cover the period from the date of booking to the last day of your trip and should include, as a minimum, cover for: medical expenses (including the consequences of a Covid positive test result), mountain rescue including helicopter rescue, death, repatriation, cancellation and curtailment and shall not have exclusion clauses limiting cover for the activities you will partake in on your trip, including altitudes reached in the holiday arrangement. It is your responsibility to check that your policy is adequate for the nature and destination of the holiday booked.

Once you have obtained your travel insurance, please provide us with the name of your travel insurer, the policy number and the insurer’s 24 hour emergency assistance number.

In the event that you fail to obtain suitable Travel Insurance we shall not be liable for any costs incurred or claims made against us due to your failure to comply with this term.

If travelling outside the UK you must carry proof of insurance with you and produce it if reasonably requested to do so by RWH Travel staff, tour leaders or suppliers. No refunds will be made should you be excluded from the walking programme through being uninsured or you being unable to demonstrate that you are insured.

Our house broker MPI should be considered for whom we are an affiliate and contact information is on our website and will be referred to in your booking confirmation.

If you are travelling to an EU country or Switzerland please also ensure that you have either an existing valid EU EHIC card (European Health Insurance Card) or a valid UK GHIC (Global Health Insurance Card). You can apply for a UK GHIC free of charge on the NHS website at https://services.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/cra/start.

EHIC & GHIC Cards

Starting January 1st, 2021, you, as a UK traveller, can continue using your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) throughout its valid five-year period, granting you access to medical assistance during your holiday until its expiry date. Be aware, though, that this coverage will no longer extend to Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, or Switzerland. In case you don't have a valid EHIC, you can apply for a new UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC), which will replace the EHIC as it gets phased out.

It's essential to emphasize that the EHIC/GHIC, while valuable, should not be regarded as a substitute for comprehensive medical or travel insurance. For your peace of mind and comprehensive coverage, considering additional insurance is highly recommended.

For more information, please visit www.nhs.uk/ehic

Personal Safety

The UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office is your go-to for the latest info on security, local laws, and the nitty-gritty of passports and visas at www.gov.uk/travelaware. Make sure to take a quick peek at the current advice for your upcoming destination—it'll only take a few minutes.

When you're out and about, stay aware of your surroundings. Take smart precautions with your credit cards and passport, and maybe tone down the flashy accessories. Less is more, especially when it comes to carrying cash—just enough for the day will do. Consider using a money belt for that extra layer of security. Stay alert, stay safe, and make the most of your travels!

Cultural Awareness

Responsible Travel

We are dedicated to promoting responsible travel practices that prioritise the well-being of both the environment and local communities. We believe in the transformative power of travel and aim to minimize our ecological footprint by selecting eco-friendly accommodations, encouraging waste reduction, and supporting sustainable transportation options where possible. Our walking tours are designed to immerse participants in the local culture, fostering meaningful connections with the communities we visit. We strive to leave a positive impact by engaging in responsible tourism activities, respecting local customs, and contributing to the preservation of natural landscapes. Through our commitment to responsible travel, we aim to create enriching experiences for our guests while actively contributing to the conservation of the destinations we explore.

The Ramble Worldwide Outdoor Trust

Unlike many other tour operators, we take pride in our unique approach. Ramble Worldwide channels its surplus profits back into various outdoor, walking-related, or environmental conservation projects in the UK through our own trust. When you choose us, you contribute to this impactful initiative.

The primary focus of our Trust's financial support is directed towards Britain's premier walking charity, The Ramblers. They play a crucial role in advocating the benefits and significance of walking to the British public. Additionally, our Trust invites applications for small grants from local organizations in the UK that require support for walking-oriented activities. This encompasses initiatives such as establishing footpaths and bridleways, funding for the reconstruction of bridges and refurbishing huts, and bursary funding for organisations that support individuals to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors..

For more comprehensive details, please visit the 'About' section on our website and click on the Charitable Trust link. Your choice to travel with us goes beyond a memorable vacation; it contributes to meaningful projects that have a positive impact on our community and environment.

Heart and Sole

We appreciate that we are in a fortunate position to be able to use our profits to help make a difference to people's lives. Heart & Sole is a venture managed by our office staff, whose aim is to reach the heart of the communities in the countries we visit. Through Heart & Sole, we hope to make more of a long term, direct impact to these communities, particularly in less developed countries where even a small amount goes a long way. See our website for more information and details of some of the projects we support.

Staying In Touch

Mobile Phones

Kindly share a mobile phone contact number with us. We'll utilize this solely for crucial communication pertaining to your holiday arrangements.

Ensure your mobile phone remains switched on and easily accessible when en route to the airport or during transit delays. This way, we can promptly reach you with any last-minute updates concerning your travel plans.

In consideration of others, we request that you switch off your mobile phone during walks or make an effort to limit its usage. Additionally, during group meals, please minimize the use of mobile devices. Your cooperation ensures a seamless and enjoyable experience for everyone on the journey.

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Lanzarote

  • Capital

    Arrecife

  • Currency

    Euro

  • Language

    Spanish

  • Time Difference

    None from UK

  • Flight duration

    4.5hrs

Visas and Passports

No Visa Required for British citizens

Average weather

  • January

    21°C

    Avg. Rain: 20mm

  • February

    21°C

    Avg. Rain: 15mm

  • March

    23°C

    Avg. Rain: 12mm

  • April

    24°C

    Avg. Rain: 5mm

  • May

    25°C

    Avg. Rain: 1mm

  • June

    26°C

    Avg. Rain: 0mm

  • July

    28°C

    Avg. Rain: 0mm

  • August

    29°C

    Avg. Rain: 0mm

  • September

    28°C

    Avg. Rain: 2mm

  • October

    27°C

    Avg. Rain: 10mm

  • November

    24°C

    Avg. Rain: 11mm

  • December

    22°C

    Avg. Rain: 24mm

Tenerife

  • Capital

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife

  • Currency

    Euro

  • Language

    Spanish

  • Time Difference

    n/a

  • Flight duration

    4.5 hours

Visas and Passports

No Visa Required

Average weather

  • January

    17.4°C

    Avg. Rain: 44mm

  • February

    17.4°C

    Avg. Rain: 38mm

  • March

    18.3°C

    Avg. Rain: 28mm

  • April

    19.1°C

    Avg. Rain: 13mm

  • May

    20.3°C

    Avg. Rain: 4mm

  • June

    22.3°C

    Avg. Rain: 2mm

  • July

    24.3°C

    Avg. Rain: 0mm

  • August

    25.2°C

    Avg. Rain: 0mm

  • September

    24.5°C

    Avg. Rain: 3mm

  • October

    22.7°C

    Avg. Rain: 29mm

  • November

    20.3°C

    Avg. Rain: 49mm

  • December

    18.6°C

    Avg. Rain: 56mm

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