Many of us were looking forward to finish it, and we are about to do it. The 2020 will be recorded in the memory of everybody as a fateful and difficult year. The restrictions derived from the pandemic have prevented us interacting with people or working as we did before, and above all moving with freedom and enjoying the always ideal holiday. However, from Canary Trip Booking we have tried you could travel in these months, at least through our blog, taking you with it to the most impressive places from the Canary Islands, as you could feel one more time the magic of this land.
During all this time, we have stopped in must visit places like Mirador del Río, Saramago and César Manrique House in Lanzarote, or Los Coroneles House and Los Molinos Interpretation Center in Fuerteventura. But we also want to show you the wildest and the most remote corners like the Islet of Alegranza, discover the most unique craft breweries of Lanzarote, or the most “instagrammable” places of this island, visit the most remarkable lighthouses in Fuerteventura, or enjoy the views offered by some the most spectacular viewpoints of the Canary Islands.
Without a doubt, the hiking lovers have been in luck one year more if they have follow our posts, as we have taken them to explore the new routes in the archipelago, visiting for example La Graciosa, going to the Tenegüime cliff in Lanzarote or discovering on foot part of Betancuria from the Mirador Morro Velosa, or one of the most impressive landscapes of Fuerteventura, between the towns of El Cardón and El Tanquito.
We have not wanted to forget neither in this 2020 all people who love animals. For them we have made different articles, like a post about the birdwatching in the salt flats of Janubio and the camel in Lanzarote, or one about the squirrels in Fuerteventura, published on the last winter.
The traditions have been again one of our references to show you the cultural customs and above all, the history of the islands. This year we have do it to the rhythm of the “port carnival” of Arrecife and with the group Los Buches. Besides, we have wanted to pay tribute to the “timple” (the typical small guitar of the Canary Islands), and talk about the traditional clothing of the islands.
Although this summer was very unusual, it also arrived, and we enjoyed it doing water activities, sailing the coast of Lanzarote by catamaran, taking a dip in some of the natural pools of this island, or going to the fascinating black sand beaches of the Canary Islands. At the end of the summer, september gave us spectacular sunsets, which were of course shown in the blog.
In our section about charming towns,we visited Yaiza and Caleta de Famara in Lanzarote, and Pájara, El Cotillo and Tiscamanita in Fuerteventura. Also, we celebrated the incorporation this year of Teguise and Betancuria to the official list of the nicest towns of Spain. In some of these corners, we wanted to go further and we suggested you tourist tours on foot through the old towns to make you easier the visit, as we did in San Bartolomé, inviting you to discover part of its history, streets and people.
Of course this year, we have also wanted to be useful as a guide, offering you the best advices to choose well where to eat in Lanzarote, or what island you must choose according to your plans for your holiday. Without a doubt, if we look over all these visits, routes and adventures, this year looks much better, isn’t it? We hope in the next months you can put into practice many of these plans.
We wish you from here all the best for 2021!