Sailing from island to island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is a unique experience. Journeys that take us to the most remote islands of the Canary archipelago, discovering these incredible destinations that have a lot to offer and that never cease to amaze us.
On this trip, we will leave Tenerife South on a journey of about 70 miles that will take us to the southernmost point of the Canary archipelago, the island of El Hierro, the place that was considered before the discovery of America, the end of the world.
We will explore the island of El Hierro, declared a World Biosphere Reserve, Geopark and considered one of the world's benchmarks for scuba diving.
We will spend time exploring the interior of the island, full of scandal viewpoints, black volcanic earth, lava tubes, steep cliffs, puddles and natural pools.
We can organize dives with local companies to explore the seabed of this wonderful place, a sanctuary for diving. Whether you are experienced or want to start in this sport, there are numerous options that adapt to all types of profiles.
On the return journey, we will stop at the Island of La Gomera, a paradise full of nature and exuberant Laurisilva forests, where it is worth stopping and entering the Garajonay National Park, the best representation of this subtropical jungle.
A magical place to explore, and a unique journey.