Tenerife Declared the First Whale Heritage Area in Europe after Receiving UNESCO World Heritage Site for Cetacean Conservation

The Canary Islands enhance their position as one of the world’s top-rated cetacean-watching destinations. Tenerife’s West Coast has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for cetacean conservation, making it the first Whale Heritage area in Europe with the Responsible Watching certification, a distinction granted by the World Cetacean Alliance. This recognition highlights the value…

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Pandemic Pre-Season: Irish Athletes Can Train in Paradise in the Canary Islands

The Canary Islands has become well-known within the global fitness community for its top-quality training facilities for elite sportsmen and women, with highly qualified professionals and services including sports healthcare, hypoxia chambers and DLF telemetry. This combined with the Canaries’ low number of Covid cases, great weather and diverse landscape make for perfect conditions for…

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Tenerife COVID-19 Regulations Update

In light of the introduction of measures to restrict mobility on the Island of Tenerife, decreed by the Canary Islands Government, between December 18th and January 2nd it is important to note that: These measures do not affect the national and international tourists who have planned to come to the Island of Tenerife. These tourists…

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Tourists may present a negative antigen test to enter the Canary Islands

The Government of the Canary Islands approves the decree that establishes the possibility of replacing the restriction of entry with the safest and most economically viable health control   The new decree states that entry restrictions will not apply to passengers who undergo a health check consisting of a responsible declaration, a symptom check to…

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Canary Islands are intensifying negotiations with Madrid so that by 1st December there will be a single criterion for the checking of travelers

The President of the Canary Islands, Ángel Víctor Torres and the Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, Yaiza Castilla, today sent a message of security and confidence in the face of the measures applied in the Canary Islands, in regards to accessing the destination from the countries sending tourists. This is in reference to arbitrating…

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Updated Release: The Canary Islands Ask Tourists to Provide a Negative COVID Test Before Accessing Tourist Accommodation

After further clarification surrounding COVID-19 testing regulations in the Canary Islands, please see the following updates to the press release. Tourists over six years of age arriving to the Canary Islands must show evidence of either a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test, certified by health authorities within a maximum period of 72 hours prior to…

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The Canary Islands Ask Tourists to Provide a Negative COVID Test Before Accessing Tourist Accommodation

The Government of the Canary Islands approved a decree-law of extraordinary measures designed to manage the health and economic crisis caused by the pandemic. The legal document states that tourists, over six years of age, must complete a COVID-19 PCR or antigen test, certified by health authorities within a maximum period of 72 hours prior…

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