Hotel Grand Teguise Playa.
Avenida del Jablillo, 1
35508, Costa Teguise - Lanzarote
Tel. (+34) 928 346 096
Tel. (+34) 627 839 208
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The Canaries are one of those places in which one should go diving at least once. They are renowned worldwide for their fabulous year-around climate, but also for the wealth of marine biodiversity, with waters of a great visibility that can reach up to 30 metres, and with volcanic seabeds filled with wildlife.
Twists and bends, grottos, reefs, areas of great depth and other flatter expanses, where many wildlife species, have all resulted in various areas of Lanzarote, El Hierro and La Palma attaining designation as a Marine Nature Reserve.
Its waters are always at around 20º centigrade, a pleasant temperature that leads countless species to choose Canaries as their home. In fact, the Canary Islands are considered as a true cetacean sanctuary, as it is very common to see dolphins near the coast, whales, etc. Up to 26 different species of cetaceans (toothed whales) live around the Canaries, which has made the islands one of the preferred destinations in Europe for the sighting of these animals.
In the Canaries, there also lives a shark currently at risk of extinction, the angelshark, and can be spotted in shallow-depth dive outings.
PETER Diving is also present on the Canary archipelago. The Canaries are a very popular diving destination both for beginners and for highly experienced divers, with everyone being able to benefit from the particular attributes of the PETER Diving Experience.
With only 10 minutes of instruction and under the guidance of a qualified PETER instructor, you’ll enjoy an experience of absolute freedom, thanks to the equipment’s simple design and straight-forward method of use. Forget about carrying a compressed air tank on your back, and feel all of the magic of the Canaries’ seabeds.
We gladly await your visit to any of the PETER Points on the islands, for your chance to experience an unforgettable adventure.