Daily except SaturdayDuration
5 hoursStart time
Start time: 0900h (9:00am)
Duration: 5 hours
Your Scuba Diving Adventure starts at the Diving School located at Hotel Sotavento Beach Club, 35627 Costa Calma, Fuerteventura.(Guests must make their own arrangements to the Diving School, please reconfirm details 48 hours prior to the activity start time.)Ending Point
The Atlantic Ocean and especially the Canary Islands are very famous for snorkeling and diving. Diving is possible throughout the year because the water temperature makes diving a year round activity.
Dive into the clear blue waters around Fuerteventura and discover another world. A fantasy world of colour, mystery and exotic marine life awaits you.
Don't miss this opportunity to go underwater and discover a world of weightlessness and beauty.
A PADI qualified instructor will give you introduction before you get into the water. Your special equipment will be ready to use when you reach there.
For this fascinating experience to discover scuba, Start your Scuba Diving Adventure in South Fuerteventura at the Diving School, where you will meet your diving instructors.
Fuerteventura, especially the Costa Calma area is famous for the longest European sandy beaches which are uncrowded. The Atlantic Ocean is a very famous place for snorkeling and diving. You will see crabs, fishes and other species. Diving is possible throughout the year as the water temperature varies from 18 degrees in January up to 24 degrees from July to October.
You will have PADI and CMAS qualified instructors, who will make the experience easy and interesting for all, including newcomers.
Get photographed underwater as you glide through a brilliant new world.
The tour ends at Diving School.
Please call the activity operator at least 48 48 hours prior to the activity start time to confirm all details.
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