So you’ve tried hang gliding, you’ve cycled around the island, and you already know how to surf. Now all that’s left to do is find out what’s below the crystal clear Lanzarote waters! It should be no surprise to you that scuba diving in Lanzarote is incredibly popular. With clear waters, marine reserves, and a colourful, teeming underwater world, there’s just so much to see beneath the waves.
With its populace waters, Lanzarote scuba diving trips offer visitors the chance to see colourful reefs, schools of fish, rays, and sometimes even whales and dolphins. The best part is that you can go diving no matter what time of year it is, whether you want to do a shore dive close to the beach, or a boat dive further out to sea.
Scuba Diving Lessons
For first time divers, Casa Tomaren recommends a Dive Try. This includes an introduction to the theory of diving and equipment assembly, followed by a supervised 40 metre shallow dip (6-8 metres). The total duration of the session is three hours and it costs 60 euros.
For the more experienced divers, with our extensive local knowledge Casa Tomaren can give you a comprehensive guide to the best places for scuba diving in Lanzarote. You can rent equipment for 35 euros per dive, or 30 euros for just the bottle and leads.
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