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Canary Islands Intensive Voyage - JR11U092 Azamara Journey departing 18 Jan 2022

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Azamara Journey
Ship
Cruise Line
Embark
18 Jan 2022
Duration
10 Nights
From / To
Gran Canaria / Gran Canaria
Ports of call
Gran Canaria - Funchal - Funchal - Lanzarote - Fuerteventura
Rating

Inside from £1,569pp

Outside from £1,772pp

Balcony from £2,094pp

Suite from £3,050pp

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Itinerary

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Date Date
Location Location
 
In In
Out Out
Date 18/01/2022
Location Gran Canaria
In
Out 20:00

Located in the Atlantic Ocean about 800 miles off the coast of Europe, Gran Canaria is like a little slice of Spanish paradise.

In fact, even though it’s just 29 miles across, with its variety of landscapes, climates, and attractions, Gran Canaria is sometimes referred to as a “Miniature Continent”, and a third of the island under protection as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The south features sunny resort communities, the bird sanctuary of Palmisos Park, and Maspalomas (renowned for its beaches, sand dunes, and lighthouse), while the east has the fishing village of Puerto de Mogan, otherwise known as “Little Venice” due to its many canals.

Date 19/01/2022
Location At Sea
In
Out
Date 20/01/2022
Location Funchal
In 08:00
Out

Madeira has its share of captivating squares, picturesque villages, idyllic landscapes, and stunning views; it also offers some unexpected pleasures.

There are numerous parks and gardens – wild and natural, manicured, Oriental in sensibility, and one attached to the villa of an erstwhile prince.

Date 21/01/2022
Location Funchal
In
Out 14:00

Madeira has its share of captivating squares, picturesque villages, idyllic landscapes, and stunning views; it also offers some unexpected pleasures.

There are numerous parks and gardens – wild and natural, manicured, Oriental in sensibility, and one attached to the villa of an erstwhile prince.

Date 22/01/2022
Location Lanzarote
In 13:00
Out 20:00

Lanzarote’s most famous feature is its otherworldly landscape, born of hundreds of fire-breathing peaks. The last eruption was in 1824, and though the region is now classed as dormant, you can still feel the heat under the surface at Timanfaya National Park. Considering that the island is a desert with only 5-6 inches (125-150 mm) of rain a year, the ingenious farmers of Lanzarote have worked agricultural miracles, especially in the wine region of Geria, where vines are planted and flourish in a layer of black volcanic sand, which holds on tight to every last drop of moisture. It is an amazing sight to see, and produces a nectar that is a delight to sip.

Date 23/01/2022
Location Fuerteventura
In 08:00
Out 17:00
Date 24/01/2022
Location La Palma
In 09:00
Out 22:00

This colonial city of brightly colored homes, ornate balocnies, charming plazas and steep alleyways is worth exploring. Highlights include Espana Square, the church Iglesia del Salvador and the Maritime Museum, located in a replica of Columbus’s ship the Santa Maria.

Date 25/01/2022
Location La Estaca, El Hierro, Canary Islands
In 08:00
Out 20:00
Date 26/01/2022
Location San Sebastian De La Gomera Island
In 08:00
Out 18:00

One of the lesser known of Spain’s Canary Islands, La Gomera is located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, and is relatively untouched by tourism. Those who do visit are drawn to La Gomera’s indescribable beauty, steady pace and lush landscape. The highest peak, Garajonay, sits at the island’s center, and is surrounded by ravines, valleys and the dense, misty “El Cedro” cloud forest. It is also home of Garajonay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Venture by boat to admire Los Organos and its basalt rock formations in the shape of organ pipes. Step back in time at the preserved medieval Tower of The Peraza in San Sebastian or the neo-Gothic Church of San Marcos in Agulo, so simply enjoy wine and tapas against a volcanic backdrop. Be enthralled by the sounds of Silbo Gomero, the indigenous, whistled language used to communicate over long distances.

Date 27/01/2022
Location Tenerife
In 08:00
Out 22:00

A notoriously festive destination, Tenerife is the biggest, most well-known of Spain’s Canary Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa. The volcanic island is characterized by rugged, steep coastline and miles of beaches, popular for kite surfing and swimming. Teide-Pico Viejo, Spain’s tallest peak, towers over the island, and its national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Date 28/01/2022
Location Gran Canaria
In 08:00
Out

Located in the Atlantic Ocean about 800 miles off the coast of Europe, Gran Canaria is like a little slice of Spanish paradise.

In fact, even though it’s just 29 miles across, with its variety of landscapes, climates, and attractions, Gran Canaria is sometimes referred to as a “Miniature Continent”, and a third of the island under protection as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The south features sunny resort communities, the bird sanctuary of Palmisos Park, and Maspalomas (renowned for its beaches, sand dunes, and lighthouse), while the east has the fishing village of Puerto de Mogan, otherwise known as “Little Venice” due to its many canals.

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