A volcanic ocean island like the other Canary Islands, La Palma’s highest peak is over 2,400 metres above sea level, whilst its base is some 4,000 metres below sea level.
Book by May 31, 2013 and save £50 on Sep 6, Oct 4 and Dec 6, 2013 departures.
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See the Canary Islands from a fresh perspective on this island-hopping adventure, which includes stays on two of the archipelago’s lesser-known retreats, La Palma and La Gomera, as well as Tenerife.
Packed with great destinations and unmissable sights. So that you get to see as much as possible, on these well-paced tours you'll travel further and may stay in a few more hotels. There could be a greater degree of walking too, sometimes over difficult terrain.
An included excursion takes you to see the stunning laurel forests and colourful wild flowers of Garajonay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.