Unforgettable Diving in Tenerife

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John Doe
Diving Atlantis Intern

This island offers numerous dive sites where you can fully enjoy an unforgettable experience. When diving, you can witness animals living in harmony, such as barracudas, octopuses, rays, seahorses, turtles, and other species. Tenerife is a real paradise, with beautiful reefs that are home to moray eels, cuttlefish, and triggerfish.

Diving centers offer various courses, and they also have options for beginners, where you can tour with an instructor without needing certification. Depending on where you decide to go, the depth ranges between 5 and 15 meters.

For example, you can choose to visit the volcanic rock reef, located a few meters away from the beach, or Cueva Trompeta/Trumpet Cave, which is between 7 and 12 meters deep. The main reef, located near the beach, is the deepest and has a magnificent rock formation with caves where you can observe unique striped patterns. Diving in “El Puertito” gives you the opportunity to see the big canary turtles. If you are a lover of aquatic animals, you will undoubtedly enjoy diving in Tenerife! It is one of the most famous dive sites and can be accessed by divers of all levels.

It is perfect for exploring the underwater world of the island, and in addition to turtles, you can observe other species up to 12 meters deep, such as starfish, cuttlefish, and a variety of fish. Tenerife is also perfect for resting and disconnecting from stress. As an established tourist destination, the island boasts beautiful beaches with fine, golden sand. Moreover, there are also quieter beaches further away from the towns dotted along the coast, some with dark, volcanic sand or shaped into marvelous natural pools and ponds protected from the waves.

From boat tours, you can also see dolphins that live here all year round, and this exceptional area is also visited by blue whales and orcas. Furthermore, Tenerife is famous for its extraordinary natural spaces, but one stands out more than any other: the Teide National Park, the most visited park in all of Europe. Besides being home to the impressive volcanic structure that is the Teide, the highest peak in Spain and a Natural World Heritage Site, you will find here what is possibly the most striking scenery you have ever seen.

So, if you are still wondering where you should start or continue your adventure of diving, stop thinking and just come and visit Tenerife. The island boasts beautiful weather all year round and amazing views on the surface and underwater!

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