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Beginner Dive Sites

Dive Sites

Radazul

Las Eras Shallow

Abades

Los Chuchos

Callao Salvaje

Puerto de Alcala

ABADES

Shore Dive & Snorkelling – Max Depth 12m – Abades – Tenerife

For all divers & Snorkelers

Diving
Abades is approximately 30 mins by road from One Two Dive. The dive site is also a protected marine park, is reached from the shore, with an average depth from 6 to 12m and further out upto 18m.

Because of the abundance of marine life and the mostly excellent visibility, it is often called “the Aquarium”.  The reef, surrounded by sand, is rather shallow, going from 3m to finally 10m, and offers enough volcanic cracks and crevasses to attract an abundance of different animals. Here we can find moray eels, octopus, stingrays, wrasses, danzelfish, trumpet fish, anemones, scarlet shrimps, crabs, lobsters, and breams. In the sand, we can find flounders, razor fish, weavers, cuttlefish and stingrays. Further out it gets 16m to 18m. There we can find a garden of garden eels and on occasions bigger stingrays and one of the local turtles of that area.

This is a most excellent site for snorkelers, beginner divers and marine lovers alike. The visibility and depth is very interesting for underwater photography. The area outside of the water is also very nice for groups and families, offering a white sandy beach with some taverns around.

Snorkelling

Abades is approximately 30 mins by road from One Two Dive.  The snorkeling site is a protected marine park since the marine life we find over here is considered to be one of the best on the Island. It´s a shallow reef with mostly excellent visibility and thousands of fish around. The amount and diversity of marine life you find here is truly stunning.

This is a most excellent site for snorkelers, beginner divers and marine lovers alike. The area outside of the water is also very nice for groups and families, offering a white sandy beach with some taverns around.

PUERTO DE ALCALA

Shore Dive & Snorkelling – Max Depth 12m – Puerto de Alcala – Tenerife

For all divers & Snorkelers

Divers
Puerto de Alcala is approximately 20 mins away by road from One Two Dive and the dive is reached from the shore with an average depth of only 6m and a maximum depth of 12m. It is an excellent dive site for beginners offering different underwater habitats: sand, gravel, boulders, rocks, canyons, caves and overhangs.  We can admire the trumpetfish, wrasses, danzels, breams, a shoal of grunts, flounders, razorfish, weavers and many more. With a bit of luck we can meet the friendly residential turtles. They will get you hooked on diving for life. We can also find moray eels (the golden spotted snake eel), stingrays, octopus and cuttlefish.

Snorkelling

Puerto de Alcala is 20 mins away by road from One Two Dive and the snorkeling site is famous for the chances to spot the turtles around Tenerife. This site has so much to offer. The underwater cliffs are just full of live such as damsels, goby’s, crabs, wrasses, grunts, breams and trumpetfish.

CALLAO SALVAJE

Shore Dive – Max Depth 15m – Callao Salvaje – Tenerife

For all divers

Callao Salvaje is approximately 20 mins by road from One Two Dive and is a shore dive. The dive site has some incredible rock formations and a submerged excavator… We call it “the construction site” because of this excavator, a concrete track, ditched truck tires and construction plates that we can find here. The maximum depth goes up to 23m (18m for the Open Water Divers). Often we encounter different kinds of stingrays passing by through a passage in the rock. The passage looks like a door entrance with a staircase next to it. We will have a chance to see wrasses, danzelfish, morey eels, octopus, sea hares and nudibranchs.

LAS ERAS

Shore Dive – Max Depth 18m – Las Eras – Tenerife

For all divers

Las Eras is approximately 40 mins by road from One Two Dive. The dive site is reached from the shore and has a maximum depth of 18m. The dive site is really nice because it goes deeper in stages. On the shoal that goes from 6 to 12 meters we find all kinds of interesting animals that live on the rock bottom close to the surface. At the side of this shoal we have a wall that drops to 8-16m which is full of cracks and has an open cave with plenty of trumpet fish. Diving with the wall on one side, below the bottom and on the other side the open, it’s simply spectacular!

LOS CHUCHOS

Boat Dive – Max Depth 22m – Los Chuchos – Tenerife

For all divers

Los Chuchos aka “The Stingrays” is located in the South of the Island with a maximum depth of around 20 meters. It used to be a stop for submarine excursions. They made a show of feeding sea animals to attract them and now some divers still feed the fish. Here we can find many stingrays, big barracudas, morey eels, octopus, breams, drums and wrasses. A bit deeper in the seabed you can also visit a small sunken boat surrounded by garden eels.

PLAYA PARAISO

Diving – Max Depth 25m – Playa Paraiso – Tenerife

For all divers & snorkelers

Diving

Playa Paraiso is approximately 20 mins by road from One Two Dive and the dive is entered directly from the shore with a maximum depth of 25m. We can find a giant anemones in a cave and Moray Eels in the numerous crevices. A great dive site to discover the display of marine wildlife.

Snorkelling

Playa Paraiso is approximately 20 mins by road from One Two Dive and is a fabolous snorkeling site which gives you everything from an shallow bay and deep walls. Here you can enjoy a marine life just half a meter below you and might as well take of to the more deeper areas. The site is a home for Trumpetfish, Barracudas, Blue Damsels, Goby’s, Crabs and much more.
 

RADAZUL

Shore Dive – Max Depth 18m – Radazul – Tenerife

For all divers

Radazul is 50 minutes far from the One Two Dive diving school. It is a dive, easily reachable from the shore, that offers several interesting dive spots.
We will descend with a huge wall of concrete blocks on our left that drops to 14m which we will follow. Here we usually see moray eels, nudibranchs (flablinas, and peregrinas) and groupers. And in the open are huge shoals of sardines, hunted by amberjacks and tunas. After 20 mins we reach the corner of the wall and follow the sandy bottom to a depth of 30m where we’ll find a memorial to a diver that died : the cross, from which the dive site inherits its name, Radazul Cruz.

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