Dates for 2019 are August 23-25. Please enter your e-mail at the bottom of the page and we will send you the programme when it’s ready!

AUGUST 23-25, 2019

Bear Camp by Bear Carnival held in March 2018 was Europe’s first bear campsite event: a social weekend adventure for bears and admirers, in wooden cabins up in the spectacular mountains of Gran Canaria.  Next edition will be held in Summer 2019. Meet bears and get new friends while having great fun!


Expected price

Two nights, all inclusive

per person

First price: 115 €. Last-minute price: 165 €

What's included?


Transfer from/to Maspalomas or airport


One night in a cosy wooden cabin. Bed, matress, bed linen and blanket provided.


Four meals, including BBQ! Vegetarians and allergics welcome.


Both for the relaxed bear and for wild bear in you!

Activities for relaxed bears

All of them are included in the price
  • Swimming pool
  • Walks in the forest
  • Astronomy and guided stargazing
  • Bear movies
  • BBQ
  • Gym
  • Lumberback party with free beer!

Activities for wild bears

Booking required. At least one “wild” activity per person is guaranteed (probably more). Some “wild” activities may require a minimum group.
  • Guided hiking to Roque Nublo natural monument (2h 30m; 7,2 km; easy)
  • Introduction to archery
  • Orientation in the forest
  • Bears vs Cubs (gymkhana with prizes!)

Optional activities

Not included in the price
  • Professional massage by our official bear masseur, Pedro Q, in a private cabin (40 € for one hour)
  • Guided tour on mountain bikes (6 €/person, 1 h 30 min)
  • Ping pong tables (6 € for 1 h)

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30% discount over last-minute price!
Priority access on activities with limited capacity
Priority assignment of private cabins

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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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