New dates are confirmed: March 12-21, 2021

Information on upcoming events. Updated on July 10, 2020.

On July 8th, the World Tourism Organization has declared the Canary Islands as a ‘especially safe’ destination. Even when social distancing will be with us for some time to come, this endorsement motivates Bear Carnival to move forward. As a result, we wanted to share the following decisions with our community:

March 2021 dates are confirmed (Friday 12 to Sunday 21). We are developing a provisional programme that meets the current event guidelines. It will include:

    • Daytime: beach gathering, brunch, boat trip, water park and island tour.
    • Evening: spa and receptions with shows
    • Night time: terrace bars with tables with shows and contests.

This minimum programme will be modified or expanded according to circumstances, to resemble the original one as much as possible. For this reason, the programme for March 2021 will be available online, instead of our usual printed version. The carnival theme will not change (Greeks and Romans).

  • Ticket money for events in 2020 or 2021 finally not taking place in any way will be refunded as requested, of course. VIP advantages for 2020 will still apply in 2021, and pre-booked official T-shirts will be available for collection or sent by post mail. 
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Thanks very much for your support!

 

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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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