Sipping on wine from Lanzarote's volcanic vineyards paired with Canarian tapas and conversation with new friends, a late night in Arrecife gives you time for shared culinary adventures. Safi's medina beckons with an array of food and craft stalls along the Rue du Souq, teeming with local colors and life. Alongside fellow explorers who share your passion for food and wine, discover the secrets of Moroccan cuisine with a professional chef at a unique eco-lodge in the Agadir countryside. Puerto del Rosario's stunning backdrop makes the perfect setting for a hands-on cheese-making and goat-farming experience. The diverse landscapes of the Canaries make it easy to see why Fuerteventura and La Gomera have been deemed UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. From San Sebastián, escape into the village of Arure, where local traditions continue strong and the people still practice El Silbo, a unique language created by native Canary Islanders that has been deemed a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.