La Palma is a surprise from any angle we look at it, even underwater!
Unique seabed with a water temperature ranging between 25ºC in summer and 19ºC in winter, which allows us to dive 365 days a year thanks also to the orientation of the island, the direction of the winds and the flow of the waves: the west area protected from the prevailing trade winds is usually ideal for diving and if the waves, originating in the open sea due to heavy storms, do not allow us to enter in the water we can always move to the east and carry out our activity without any risk. The water is transparent and uncontaminated, up to 20 meters of visibility on the seabed. We will find ourselves surrounded by wild volcanic landscapes, arches, underwater lava cathedrals, basalt blocks, lavas pillow.
WHAT SPECIES DO THE COASTS OF LA PALMA LIVE?
Little by little we will get to know the inhabitants of the seabed of La Palma: anemones, sea fans, black corals, sea stars, seahorses, turtles, different species of moray, the colorful parrot fish and Ornate wrasse, the red glasseye and madeira scorpionfsh, trumpet fish, octopuses, arrow crabs, slipper lobster and different rays such as the chilean devil ray. But not only that, dolphins of different species, smooth hammerhead, whale sharks, flying fish inhabit the waters of La Palma that we guarantee you, they are extremely safe!
DIVE INTO A SEA OF ADVENTURES
Courses in german, english, dutch and french and diving with certified instructors and PADI formats are available for you.
Whether you are a beginner who for the first time wants to experience the thrill of a dive, a sea connoisseur who wants to renew his diving knowledge or an expert who wants to explore the seabed of La Palma accompanied by a local guide we have different offers that are right for you and if you really don't want to dive deep, with a mask and snorkel we offer snorkelling activities to live your marine experience anyway.