Dive Sites.

Enjoy the beautiful marine life of Tenerife.


Tabaiba (El Peñón) was sunk here in 2003. It’s complete and in excellent condition and often used for the wreck diving specialty course. You can see into the engine room, crew chambers and steering cabin. You will find a lot of exciting marine life at this dive site which includes Barracudas, Moray eels and Nudibranchs.
Maximum Depth: 43 meters
Level: Advanced Open Water

Las Eras

This is an excellent wall dive starting from the beach in a protected bay. This site is suitable for all levels as we have option to dive deeper or follow the wall. A Buddha marks the entrance to a swim through. There is lots to see even in the shallows such as schools of barracuda, trumpet fish, cuttlefish, and moray eels.
Maximum Depth: 30 metres
Level: Open Water


This dive site is beautiful and easily accessible loved by snorkelers and divers. The contrast of white sandy bottoms and volcanic rock formations make it a favourite of ours. With a little bit of luck, we can find the golden spotted snake eel, Moray eels, shoals of Grunts, Wrasse, Bream and Damsel fish.
Maximum Depth: 10 meters
Level: Scuba Diver

Las Vistas

Located next to the port of Los Cristianos with a convenient sloping entry and sandy bottom. The dive route follows a wall to the left which also has a shallow platform to explore. This dive is full of life with many schools of fish as well as Flounders, Moray eels, Cuttlefish and Octopus.
Maximum Depth: 12 meters
Level: Scuba Diver

El Poris

This entry is via the steps on the quay in Poris de Abona. The quay wall is home to a variety of marine animals including Moray eels, Anemones and shoals of fish. If you are feeling lucky, we can head out to explore for turtles and streaked gurnard and maybe even some rays.
Maximum Depth: 12 meters
Level: Scuba Diver


This site is excellent for snorkelling and diving. The bay is shallow with superb rock formations and sea grass further out. The site is abundant with aquatic life such as breams, wrasse, razorfish, cuttlefish and starfish and cleaner shrimp.
Maximum Depth: 10 metres
Level: Scuba Diver

Cueva de Las Morenas

One of the most unique boat dives in the South, where we drop to 18m and try to find various species of Moray eels, Rays and Turtles. The mouth of the cave is located at 30m. At a maximum depth of 35m we find a statue of The Virgin Mary.
Maximum Depth: 35 meters

Montaña Amarilla

The landscape changes so quickly at this beautiful dive site. Rocks, sand, ledges and overhangs play home to Moray eels, Garden eels, Octopus, Cuttlefish Trumpet fish, Parrotfish, Scorpion fish and Wrasse.
Maximum Depth: 15 meters

San Juan

Playa San Juan is home to a lot of marine life, including various species of rays. The rays that can be found here are the Giant Stingrays, Eagle Rays, Bull Rays, Butterfly Rays and the Marbled Electric Rays. San Juan is also home to lots of seahorses, sorts of fish and much more!|
Maximum Depth: 25 Metres
Level: Open Water Diver

The benefits of One Two Dive.

Free Pickups
Free pickups in the south of Tenerife from Golf del Sur to Los Cristianos, Las Americas and Adeje.
Relaxed Manner
We teach you diving in a relaxed manner, step by step and with a low professional to student ratio.
Most comfortable diving equipment
We provide you with the best and most comfortable diving equipment on the market to help put you at ease and relax.
Planning Dives
We plan the dives to suit your needs and requirements so you get the most out of the experience and leave wanting more.
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The PADI Green Star™ Dive Center Award is granted to PADI Dive Centers and Resorts that demonstrate a dedication to conservation across a wide range of business functions, including water conservation, energy use, environmentally friendly transportation practices, use of sustainable materials, conservation leadership and a donation to conservation through Project AWARE. The Green Star Award identifies dive businesses that care about the environment and are acting to protect it.

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