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Dancing with Vulcano... (10 pics from Tenerife)

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Apr 5, 2005
The volcanic nature of Tenerife has created a beautiful coast with fascinating marine bottoms for the divers’ community, characterized by original basaltic formation, a great animal biodiversity and fantastic natural wealth.

With a fauna formed by more than 500 different species, a comfortable temperature of the almost tropical water (19º-26º) and visibility superior to 40 mts confers an important incentive for the diver.

Great vertical walls and extensive sand deserts provide the perfect frame to assure the sighting groupers, big barracudas, sharks, stingrays, manta rays, tunas and thousands of fish taking shelter in the reef.

The diving in our ocean is adapted to all levels and covers the expectations for even the most demanding. The zones of diving are well differentiated by the morphology of the island, giving us many of dive points:

North, the ocean is in its pure state: deep immersions with great encounters.

East, with its permanent Alisio: dives filled with variety, great pelagics and vertical walls.

The South, protected from prevailing winds: easy dives, but ones that will leave us with fantastic memories.

To see MANTARAYS... we can go to ANAGA. there are a few points where we can see them and see sharks too (hammersharks, angelsharks, raggys, etc).
To see WHALES and Dolphing is very easy... we can go to the south coast, take a boat and sail to see them :D










You can see more about Tenerife in www.subcanaria.com
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Sea dive,

I aqm on my way to Gran Canaria in September (I am a High School Teacher). I am also a newly qualified SDI instructor and a very keen freediver (i competed in the worlds in vancouver) can you tell me any more about either freediving or getting occasional work teaching with SDI?
Any help much appreciated.
Great photos!!
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