Dive in Canary Islands

Diving packages in Canary Islands

Rescue Diver

The PADI Rescue Diver course increases your level of expertise. The Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well being of other divers. The Rescue Diver training will prepare you to prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies, and this will increase your confidence. In the course you will learn: self-rescue and diver stress, equipment and emergency…

2 Dive Package

2 guided dives in the north of Lanzarote.This recreational guided dive package includes a guide Divemaster, Instructor orr Instructor Trainer), transportation to and from the dive site, tanks (air) and weights.The maximum mount of divers per guide will be 6! Full equipment rental for one day (mask, boots, fins, BCD, regulator (ScubaPro - DIN), depth-gauge, SPG, 7mm wet-suit) is 18 Euro to be paid…

Discover Scuba Diving

The discover scuba diver course with Ocean Trek takes3-4 hours.It include a briefing, some easy skills in the shallow water and a open water dive for about 45 minutes to max. 12 meter depth.Usually we dive twice a day at 10:00am and 2:00pm in small groups so that your personal instructor will always close to your side. During the dive you already see a big variety of fishes, often turtles or rays…

PADI Discover Scuba Diving in Tenerife

PADI Discover Scuba Diving Experience Learning to dive with the PADI Discover Scuba Diving Experience is simple, quick and safe. The diving experience certifies you to dive to a maximum of 12 metres for 12 months with a PADI Professional. Take the opportunity to experience the wonders of Tenerife’s ocean.

PADI Open Water Diver

Learn to Dive on your PADI Open Water Diver Course here with GooDiving in the South of Tenerife. Experience your first breaths underwater with the amazing aquatic life that Tenerife has to offer. The PADI Open Water Diver Course is a three day course, day one you will complete 5 confined water session in the swimming pool, as well as working on the theory for the course. Days two and three you…
Lanzarote

Travel to Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are part of Spain but they're located much closer to Africa than the Spanish mainland. The seven islands are in the Atlantic Ocean, 1,350 kilometres south of the Iberian Peninsula. Their nearest neighbour is Morocco (95 kilometres east of Fuerteventura) and the climate is wonderful all year round with temperatures rarely falling below 18C in the winter and rising above 24C in the summer.

They call the Canaries "The Land of Eternal Spring". The sub-tropical climate is regulated by the Gulf Stream and Trade Winds and any time of year is a good time to visit with guaranteed sunshine, virtually no rainfall and non-stop tourist activity. Small wonder that 11 million international tourists migrate to these shores each year!

The archipelago consists of five main holiday islands - La Palma,TenerifeGran CanariaFuerteventura and Lanzarote - and the two, small unspoilt islands of Hierro and Gomera. The islands are the tips of a vast volcanic mountain range lying beneath the Atlantic Ocean. The fact that four of Spain's seven major national nature reserves are located here reflects the extraordinary wealth of natural beauty to be found in the Canaries.

The volcanic crater of Mount Teide, the major landmark of Tenerife, was designated as a national reserve in 1954 along with the Taburiente crater on La Palma. Teide is the third tallest volcano in the world and its 3,718-metre peak is the highest in the whole of Spain. The Caldera del Taburiente on La Palma is the world's largest erosion crater with a diameter of nine kilometres and a depth of 770 metres.

The islands are also a paradise for lovers of nature and water sports enthusiasts like Diving. The Canaries are home to some fascinating indigenous animal and plant life and the local waters provide some of the world's richest diging grounds. Shark, tuna and marlin are all to be found in abundance here. Most tourists prefer to dive for a glimpse of the bottle-nosed dolphins and pilot whales which you can often see around the islands.

  • BLUE BOTTOM DIVING

    BLUE BOTTOM DIVING
  • Lanzarote, Canary Islands

    Lanzarote, Canary Islands
  • 29631

    29631
  • Lanzarote cliffs

    Lanzarote cliffs
  • la palma

    la palma
  • Lanzarote

    Lanzarote
  • Logo

    Logo
  • Logo

    Logo
  • PADI IDC Centre

    PADI IDC Centre
  • La Graciosa

    La Graciosa
  • 29615

    29615
  • Marcin Bury nie tylko p... ale tez SDI

    Marcin Bury nie tylko p... ale tez SDI
  • lucaa

    lucaa
  • BLUE BOTTOM DIVING

    BLUE BOTTOM DIVING
  • 29606

    29606
  • Los Abrigos Divers

    Los Abrigos Divers
  • Lucas

    Lucas
  • 29658

    29658