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The Canary Islands, with their 8 islands as a whole, offer you an enormous diversity of landscapes and ecosystems that invite you to discover them by participating in hiking guided group. The islands will show you an interesting cultural mix, simmered for more than five centuries.

Choose your island

Choose your island

La Laguna Gran Hotel

Staying in charming hotels

For walking groups, we choose charming accommodation in areas far from conventional tourism but with a genuine atmosphere.

Tenerife GR131

Spectacular walks

We choose walks that run through stunning landscapes, with great diversity and provide a deep understanding of the place.

Mallorca - Soller tren

Exclusive transfers

We use exclusive air-conditioned buses and taxis for the transfers of our groups. All transfers are included.

Ruta de senderismo en Masca con el Cardon

Expert local guides

Our local guides live where they lead their walks. They are charismatic and experienced and have extensive knowledge of their surroundings.

Hiking groups, our suggestions

The volcanic activity of the Canary Islands, together with the influence of the trade winds, which provide humidity and a mild climate, has created beautiful natural spaces full of biodiversity. In addition, its extraordinary Atlantic-Portuguese architecture, visible in the old part of its cities, complements a singular cultural richness. The gastronomy of the islands is determined by an abundant fishery and is influenced by the close link between the Canary Islanders and the Ibero-American continent. A perfect cocktail to discover and enjoy intensely, joining our…

 hiking in a guided group

The volcanic activity of the Canary Islands, together with the influence of the trade winds, which provide humidity and a mild climate, has created beautiful natural spaces full of biodiversity. In addition, its extraordinary Atlantic-Portuguese architecture, visible in the old part of its cities, complements a singular cultural richness. The gastronomy of the islands is determined by an abundant fishery and is influenced by the close link between the Canary Islanders and the Ibero-American continent. A perfect cocktail to discover and enjoy intensely, joining our…

 hiking in a guided group

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From 25th January  to  1st  February 2025

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El Hierro

 

The smallest and least known of the Canary Islands. It is also the most remote, located at the western end of the archipelago, with the Orchilla lighthouse indicating the end of the ancient world. A very sparsely populated island with a rugged relief that has large forests of fayas and heather on its northern side and huge pine forests in the sunny south. The scars of recent volcanoes are criss-crossed by ancestral trails to their crests, through untouched landscapes, penetrating through extensive pine and juniper forests. An island with rare endemic animals, such as the giant lizard. And the superb landscapes with grandiose views of the other islands of the archipelago will amaze you as you take part in our group hikes around the island.

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    book with 10% discount before 30th September

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La Palma

 

The Isla Bonita lives up to its name, offering hikers its enormous diversity of landscapes, splendid views and pure nature. With volcanoes as recent as Tajogaite, La Palma is a young island with extensive volcanic areas in the south. In its centre, the huge crater of La Caldera de Taburiente shows a unique depression, a product of erosion. The peaks of La Palma in the north reach 2,426 metres at Roque de Los Muchachos. The small villages in the north and their spectacular ravines offer an unusual landscape of exquisite beauty. And walking is undoubtedly the best way to perceive the essence of an island that has managed to preserve itself over time. Join our group trekking on the island of La Palma !

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next group:

From 8th  to 15th  March 2025

14

available places

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La Gomera

 

La Gomera is the small pearl of the Canary Islands and can be explored in all its dimensions on foot. Its splendid forests of lush laurisilva spread throughout the central part, projecting a mantle of clouds that provides them with permanent humidity. A lush green island with a jungle-like appearance, with monolithic basalt rocks standing in the middle of the landscape. Its proximity to Tenerife facilitates a quick ferry connection where, with luck, dolphins and whales appear. Due to its rugged terrain, La Gomera also has its own language: the ‘silbo gomero’, which you will be able to appreciate on our group hiking programme, walking in La Gomera.

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    book with 10% discount before 30 September

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Gran Canaria

 

Gran Canaria is the administrative centre of the eastern province and has institutions of regional government shared with Tenerife for the Canary Islands as a whole. In the south, tourist activity is intensive. But its inland area is surprising for its rural character, which has remained untouched by the developmentalism of the last 40 years. Gran Canaria has a mountainous relief and is criss-crossed by deep ravines. Extensive wooded areas populate the entire northern half of the island, where countless ancestral trails connect towns and villages. An ideal environment to enjoy hiking in a group and absorb all the rural essence of a mythical island. Enjoy our proposal for hiking in Gran Canaria !

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Tenerife

 

At 3,715 metres, the island of Tenerife is the highest island in the archipelago and has the highest peak in Spain: Mount Teide. It is a large and very mountainous island, with splendid pine forests and recent volcanic areas. A real gem for hiking enthusiasts. With three geologically differentiated areas: Anaga, in the north, Teno in the west, Cañadas in the centre. Three ancient islands that joined together millions of years ago to form one single island. Today, Tenerife is criss-crossed from north to south and from east to west by legendary paths already used by the aborigines. A perfect island to join a hiking group and discover all that hiking in Tenerife has to offer.

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in the pipeline

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Lanzarote

 

An island that reflects its volcanic dimension in its purest form. Dark and rough at first sight but full of contrasts and magical colours. A different island that never ceases to surprise. Walking along its paths means penetrating into the soul of Lanzarote and enjoying landscapes full of exoticism, practising hiking in Lanzarote. In addition, Lanzarote has a bohemian and cultural side under the imprint of the artist Cesar Manrique. With spectacular viewpoints, Art Centres, volcanic caves and unique architectural spaces. A unique island for hiking in groups.

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Fuerteventura

 

Fuerteventura’s antiquity has redrawn its outline. It is the largest of the Canary Islands, from end to end. The modulation of its mountains and its soft shapes captivate at first sight. Soft landscapes, rounded shapes and light colours, with a spectacular turquoise sea and white beaches as a backdrop. But Fuerteventura also has hidden corners and spectacular paths that you can only discover with the help of expert guides, practising hiking in groups.

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Fuerteventura GR131

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    Hiking in a group offers a number of unique advantages that make this outdoor activity especially rewarding and enriching. Walking in the company of other hiking enthusiasts in a group provides a sense of camaraderie and mutual support that is difficult to replicate when hiking alone.

    One of the main advantages of group trekking is the safety it provides. By hiking in a group, participants can rely on the support and assistance of their companions in case of emergency, injury or loss along the way. This extra sense of security allows hikers to enjoy the experience to the fullest, knowing that they are not alone in case of need.

    In addition, group hiking facilitates the exchange of knowledge and skills among participants. By walking with other hiking enthusiasts in a group, hikers have the opportunity to learn from each other, share useful tips and tricks, and improve their hiking skills. This collaboration and camaraderie contribute to enriching the collective experience and strengthening the bonds between group members.

    Another important advantage of group walking is the motivation and encouragement it provides. By committing to walking in a group, hikers are more motivated to stay active and meet their hiking goals. The support and companionship of other group hiking enthusiasts helps to overcome the mental and physical barriers that can sometimes arise when engaging in outdoor activities, allowing participants to reach new heights and explore new trails together.

    In addition, group trekking offers a unique opportunity to create shared memories and experiences that will last long after the trek is over. From the thrill of reaching a summit to the satisfaction of overcoming a challenge together, the shared experiences of group trekking can strengthen the bonds between participants and create lasting bonds that will last long after the trek has ended.

    In short, group hiking offers a number of significant advantages that go beyond simply walking in company. From safety and knowledge sharing to motivation and shared experiences, this outdoor activity provides an enriching and rewarding experience for all participants.

     

    Here are some websites that offer information and resources on group trekking:

    1. AllTrails is a site that offers a wide variety of hiking routes, trail reviews and tips for hikers. It also includes functions for creating groups and organising group hikes with other members of the community.

    2. Meetup is a platform that connects people with common interests, including group walking. You can find local walking groups in your area, join them and participate in walks organised by other group members.

    3. La American Hiking Society is a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting and preserving trails and promoting hiking as a healthy and sustainable activity. Their website offers useful resources, including guides for organising group hikes and safety tips.

    4. REI is an outdoor gear shop that also offers useful resources and guides for hikers, including articles and videos on group hiking.