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Diving Tenerife

Chapter Five. The Octopus

Jul20
The octopus is a cephalopod without internal skeleton that inhabits our coast of #Tenerife. Scuba diving in Tenerife offers the possibility of having one encounter with these magnificent animals. There are about 300 species of octopus and they have a large number of suckers that receive sensory stimuli such as

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Chapter Four. The Cuttlefish

Jun20
The cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) is the fourth protagonist of our series of species. It is a cephalopod that is widely distributed in the Canary Islands and in the southwest coast of Tenerife we can find it in multiple habitats. It can often be found in the bottoms of the bays,

Lizardfish

Chapter Three. Lizardfish

May29
3- Chapter 3 Diamond Lizardfish (Synodus synodus) This is the third chapter of a periodical series we are producing to provide a deeper knowledge about the species we see in our daily activity scuba diving in Tenerife. LIzardfish is one of the most common species that lays down in the

Green Turtle

El Palmar Diving in Tenerife

May21
Diving in Tenerife has the appeal of the simplicity and versatility of an incredible underwater experience. There are diving spots with a great diversity of fish, invertebrates and even large vertebrates such as the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) that spends in these waters part of its sub-adult life. These turtles

canary damsel

Chapter two. Canary damsel

Apr28
2- Chapter 2. Canary damsel (Abudefduf luridus) This is second chapter of our series of collaboration with Especies de Canarias. The canary damsel is one of the most common species of our coast in south Tenerife. Canary damsel defends his territory and resources fiercely with the appearance of any intruder.

Felimare picta

Chapter one. Nudibranchia

Apr11
1- Chapter 1 Nudibranchia (Felimare picta) This is the first chapter of a periodical series we are producing to provide a deeper knowledge about the species we see in our daily activity scuba diving in Tenerife. (Felimare picta) is one of the most amazing inverebrate species we can spot in

Oxford Students

Oxford University students Visit

Apr05
Great visit from students of Oxford University here in #Tenerife. Students of master on Environmental Management decided to experience our two activities of #diving and #whalewatching. We could discuss about important issues on conservation and research. See you next year guys! #divewithrespect #whalewatchingwithrespect  Phone Bookings (+34) 638 770 306

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Cueva de las Morenas Tenerife

Apr05
There are amazing places to scuba diving in Tenerife. In the cave of Las Morenas you can observe an impressive diversity. Here you can see a small sample. Common stingray, Common eagle ray, bull ray…It is what makes Tenerife a paradise, its diversity. It is essential that our interaction with