Canary Island Cruises You can enjoy Canary Island cruises all year round as the island benefits from year long sun. In Tenerife, the biggest of the islands, you can explore mysterious pyramids or bask on the sun-drenched beaches; take a tour of picturesque Puerto de la Cruz, or have a thrilling catamaran ride. Other destinations on our Canary Island cruises include Gran Canaria, where you can enjoy dolphin and whale watching or ride a camel through the dunes. All the Canary Islands are Duty-Free. Canary Island cruises have plenty to see and do, Lanzarote has more than 300 volcanoes, there is lots of exploring to be done. Get active and try windsurfing, or snorkel in crystal clear waters. Canary Island holidays leave our guests spoilt for choice. Search for cruises like this Gran Canaria For full-on beach action, you simply cannot beat Puerto Rico, the island's most popular resort, with all the watersports under the sun. This island is called a "Miniature Continent" due to the different climates and variety of landscapes found, with long beaches and dunes of white sand, contrasting with green ravines and picturesque villages. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (the island's capital) is also known for its annual Carnaval. It was the first stop of Christopher Columbus' expedition on his way back from the Americas. Search for cruises like this Lanzarote The next best thing to a moonwalk is a walk through the surreal Natural Park of Volcanoes, complete with lava gorges and volcanic craters. Its dramatic landscape includes the mountain ranges of Famara in the north and Ajaches to the south. The 'Tunnel of Atlantis' is the largest submerged volcanic tunnel in the world. Tenerife You don't need to go to Egypt to see the Pyramids! At Pyramid Park, you'll see some truly extraordinary constructions. For sheer natural beauty, visit the heavenly Orchid Gardens of Sitio Litre. Tenerife is the largest island in the Canaries. The oldest mountain ranges in Tenerife rose from the Atlantic Ocean by volcanic eruption which gave birth to the island around twelve million years ago.