Helpful Tips Before You Go
You’ll find most Canary Islands cruises occur during the autumn months, with most departing in October and November.
The Canary Islands are also popular stops on Transatlantic cruises and make for a blissful day in port before or after making the journey across the Atlantic Ocean. Transatlantic cruises usually occur in April or November.
The itinerary lengths vary from ten days to sixteen days, providing a long and restful vacation with some island adventure mixed in. Depending on the itinerary, you may only visit Tenerife, though some – like the ones aptly titled Canary Islands Cruise – include all three of our Canary Islands ports of call.
Some of these itineraries are on two of our new Edge-class ships: Celebrity Edge and Celebrity Apex.
The Canary Islands have a climate that varies between tropical and arid depending on where you are exploring, so pack accordingly with clothes suitable for warm weather that will dry quickly in the event of a tropical rain shower. You’ll want to stick in bathing suits for the beaches and water sports, action appropriate clothes for hiking, and sunhats and sunglasses to see all those gorgeous Canary Islands sights without having to squint through the lovely sunshine.