With small, friendly and informal groups brought together by Ramblers Worldwide Holidays you will enjoy a holiday that is both magical and exceptional. Come walking in the Canaries with us as the perfect way to discover these idyllic islands. Our experienced guides guarantee that you will have a unique holiday in this beautiful and diverse landscape. They’ll lead you off the beaten track for an authentic native experience which you can enjoy in the security and confidence of their trustworthy knowledge.
By walking in the Canary Islands, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays’ guests will discover a paradise that comes in many forms, from the pretty villages of Playa Santiago in Tenerife to the striking volcanic cones of Lanzarote. Canary Island walking groups can also explore the remote cave villages of Gran Canaria as well as its deep valleys and high mountain ranges.
With us you will delight in the seascapes and varied terrains at your own pace and in comfort. Whatever your level of experience, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays will reveal to you the best routes and landmarks of these glorious islands.
After all, the world’s more beautiful on foot.
Barry Trevis is our in-house bird expert. He researches our birdwatching holidays, leading many of them. He lives in the village where Ramblers Worldwide Holidays office is situated and has been the warden of Lemsford Springs Nature Reserve there for over 30 years. He has birded extensively over seven continents and carries out bird-ringing studies in the UK and abroad. He has a particular interest in watching bird behaviour wherever he goes. Showing birds and wildlife to others gives him added delight.
Walking in the Canary Islands
Exploring the delights of this beautiful island.
West of Africa is the attractive island of Gomera. First glimpses from the boat on its 90 minute journey from Los Cristianos in Tenerife to Gomera suggest that the island is barren and deserted, but you soon realise that the extraordinary fertility of the main islands is here also.
Plains, hills and coasts of a lesser explored Atlantic island.
Fuerteventura’s year round sunshine and an average temperature of 20 degrees centigrade, its equable dry climate, coastal walking, and endless remote beaches make it the perfect destination for activity holidays.
Discover a forgotten island.
Many say that Lanzarote is the most fascinating of the Canary Islands, and with winter temperatures which rarely fall below 20°C, it makes the perfect winter sun Canaries walking destination.
A week exploring the hidden depths of Gran Canaria.
A week's walking and rambling exploring the hidden depths of the volcanic island of Gran Canaria, nicknamed ’the miniature continent’. Gran Canaria is a haven of nature, with such vastly differing climates and landscapes
A week exploring ‘La Isla Bonita’.
A week's guided Canary Islands walking holiday based in La Palma. This green and beautiful island is further out into the Atlantic than Tenerife and Gomera but the wild, volcanic theme of the Canaries continues on this mountainous island. There are not just mountains and volcanoes here though; we have an impressively varied walking programme on this small island
Exploring mountains, volcanoes and gorges of the Canaries.
It is our cruises to the Canaries that really show best what Cruise & Walk is all about - a new island each day, real mountain walking, at a time of year when the weather in northern Europe makes a cruise to the warm south seem even more appealing.
Cruising the Europe and Africa's Atlantic coast and islands
On this cruise we don’t quite reach the Tropics, but the mild climate of the Azores, Madeira and the Canaries is a welcome contrast to a northern European winter. Add to that a dash of Iberia and a taste of Morocco and you have a very pleasant way to build up to Christmas.