Arrive: Fri 18 February 2022 / Depart: Fri 18 February 2022 at 17:00
Barbados is sun-drenched beaches, clear blue-green waters and cool trade winds. Its capital is a UNESCO treasure and inland you’ll see lovingly preserved plantation houses, lush sugar cane fields and fragrant gardens. Reminders of former British rule abound, from cricket fields to Lord Nelson's statue and the original Trafalgar Square. Don't miss Bridgetown's bustling Careenage and the shops on Broad Street, which offer deals on luxury imports from Britain.
Arrive: Fri 25 February 2022 at 07:30 / Depart: Fri 25 February 2022 at 18:00
Porto Novo is a city in the island of Santo Antão, in Cape Verde. It is the seat of the Porto Novo municipality. At the 2010 census, the town had 9,310 inhabitants, which makes it the most populous settlement of the island.
Arrive: Mon 28 February 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Mon 28 February 2022 at 22:00
Visitors seeking shelter from the cold winter have long known about the sun-drenched Canary Islands. About 60 miles from the North African coast, Gran Canaria enjoys a mild, spring-like climate year round. Of the seven islands in the small chain, Gran Canaria is the most popular and boasts Las Palmas as its capital. This bustling Spanish city was founded in 1478 and some of the original buildings still stand. Golden beaches offer a serene contrast to the lush and rugged interior terrain. For a real treat, admire the fine beaches from the top of Bandama, one of Gran Canaria's extinct volcanoes.
Arrive: Wed 02 March 2022 at 07:30 / Depart: Wed 02 March 2022 at 18:00
The least-known of the Canary Islands, densely wooded La Gomera is home to Garajonay National Park, a World Heritage site that protects the largest laurel rainforest remaining on earth. Columbus stopped for water in the little capital of San Sebastian before crossing the Atlantic. He planned to stay four days, but spent a month when he met the lovely Beatriz de Bobadilla. On the sunny southwestern coast in the breathtaking Valle Gran Rey, Vueltas is a hot spot for dolphins and whale watching.
Arrive: Thu 03 March 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 03 March 2022 at 18:00
Flanked by fertile green hills, Santa Cruz de la Palma hugs the east coast of La Palma in the Canary Islands, a Spanish-held archipelago wrought from volcanic activity. The old town showcases a Caribbean feel and color palette, and cobbled streets lead to a marketplace where equally colorful products are sold, including mangoes, papayas, passion fruit and sugar cane.
Arrive: Fri 04 March 2022 at 10:00 / Depart: Fri 04 March 2022
The largest and most populated island of the seven which make up the Canary Archipelago, Tenerife lies northwest of the African continent. Its shape is triangular and was formed as a result of the massive volcanic eruptions, which once dominated the area. The island's original economy was based on agriculture, including the harvesting of bananas, potatoes and tomatoes. However, new industrial products and activities, such as oil, tobacco and paper mills, have slowly emerged. Nonetheless, tourism remains the main industry of Tenerife.
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