Explore the Lanzarote Biosphere Reserve, a unique landscape composed of black sand beaches, lava fields and even vineyards.. Discover the unique whistling language that echoes through the hills of La Gomera. This astounding tradition is the only whistling language in the world still practiced by a large community.. Stroll through gorgeous old towns such as Santa Cruz, a UNESCO heritage listed city whose buildings date back as far as 1546.. Gain insight into the local industries of the Canary Islands with a visit to an Aloe Vera production facility.
The Canary Islands conjure images of glamorous resorts where sun-kissed holiday-makers stretch out beside blue waters and towering volcanoes. While all this is certainly true, if you dig a little deeper you’ll also find a charmingly quaint destination seemingly untouched by time. A place where farmers still tend their land, wine and cheese is made by hand, and the famous Gomera whistling language is still practiced. Join Peregrine on an island-hopping adventure through the ‘Fortunate Isles’ and discover a subtropical playground that has more than a few secrets to share.