Elves, Wizards and Fairies sell Canary Islands as family destination.

The Canary Islands government this week launched a new website The Adventure Begins to strengthen the image of the islands as a destination for family tourism. This new platform, especially designed for children, offers children the opportunity to discover useful information on each of the Islands, but also makes available several videos in story form, describing the peculiarities of the archipelago. With titles like “The Wizard of Waters”, The Guardian of the Volcanoes” or ‘The Genius of the Magic Mountain“, children of all ages can discover features of the islands in an educational and accessible way.

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Seven stories portray particular islands and invite children to experience sensations such as the trade winds, and climatic peculiarities that contribute to the temperatures in the Canaries. For example the story “The Empress of the Trade Winds”.

At the same time, the Deputy Ministry of Tourism has implemented a a new website www.holaislascanarias.com dedicated to parents and organizers of travel, to encourage them to start their adventures for the whole family in the Canaries. “We want with this platform to invite parents to think about their holiday, considering all the activities they can do with their children,” said the Deputy Minister. The Manager for Turismo de Canarias, Maria Mendez said this promotion assumes that “The Canary Islands are a perfect holiday destination for children and families.”  Source ATCPRESS

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