On Saturday, December 5, at 10 PM, the AIDA Cruises' liner AIDAperla departed Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands) for the season's first voyage around the Canaries. AIDA's second ship to be deployed in the region - AIDAmar - is scheduled to start operations on December 20.
Through the end of December 2020, AIDA is offering 5 more departures. The 7-day roundtrips with AIDAmar and AIDAperla continue in January 2021, with departures on Saturdays and Sundays from Grand Canaria.
Santa Cruz de la Palma is the itinerary's first stop, followed by Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where, due to an extended stay, AIDA passengers can discover Spain's highest peak or other natural wonders of the island for a couple of days during excursions organized by AIDA.
The route then continues to Fuerteventura Island (Puerto del Rosario), declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO back in 2009. Lanzarote (Arrecife) is the last call port before returning to Grand Canaria.