confirmed date is March 12-21, 2021

Gran Canaria is one of the safest tourist destinations in Europe.
Please read about our new, COVID19-adapted programme and plans for next year.

Updated: July 10, 2020

A safer bear holiday
 in a subtropical paradise!

Five reasons to come

Five reasons to come


Beach weather

Gran Canaria is a subtropical island. In March, we have 20-25°C with no rain. Enjoy the beach and bear pool parties 3 months before summer!


Safe programme

9 days filled with outdoor events at Yumbo's terrace bars, open-air receptions and shows, spa, and relaxing cruises and tours.


Guaranteed fun

Imagine our superlative gay scene, plus the vibe from hundreds of bears dressed up for our very own carnival!


Hot bears & chasers

Gatherings at the nude beach, and new safe kinks to try will be announced soon


No attitude

Our social programme creates an inclusive atmosphere where everyone feels welcome.

Still undecided?

Maybe you dislike carnivals? Or you cannot attend the whole event? Check out our FAQ!



Past events

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This year’s partner charity is ELOMAR, a local food bank assisting underprivileged families on the island.

A massive thank you to all our supporters! [See full list]

Bear Carnival is a registered trade mark and a production by David Lobo and Igon Canaries SL. All rights reserved. Tax number (CIF)  B76125525. Avda. de EEUU 37. 35100 Maspalomas (Spain)
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Teror's Main Street


Our capital city Las Palmas de Gran Canaria was founded before America was discovered, and it was a key stop in the colonization route. Get to know the roots of Latin American colonial art on a stroll down the historical quarter of the city, including the Cathedral and a guided visit to the House of Columbus, home to an excellent exhibition on the Discovery. We will have lunch at charming restaurant and then cross the northern lush valleys and get to Teror for a short walk around its historical streets, flanked by noble Canarian houses and religious monuments. We will finish our excursion at the impressive “Black Cathedral” in Arucas, made out of volcanic stone.

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