Tourist numbers hit a record peak with over 185,000 visitors attending the Carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
These Tenerife tours will include trails that are suitable for the entire family.
The State Meteorological Agency indicates in its weather report that Tenerife and Gran Canaria will experience coastal winds.
As the calima subsides, temperatures in the Canary Islands are anticipated to increase.
The tourist shares every detail of her Tenerife trip in a video that has garnered over 6,000 views.
Year after year, Santa Cruz de Tenerife reinforces the economic significance of the festival, projected to draw 185,000 tourists to the capital in 2024.
Simultaneously, the Canary Islands Government has issued a pre-alert status due to calima conditions on the islands.
Winds in the Canary Islands could also blow with very strong gusts.
Today, thousands will revel in 18 hours of non-stop music in Tenerife’s capital.
According to Aemet’s forecast, the Canary Islands are under a yellow weather warning.