Archives de l’auteur : Geraldine

Timanfaya – Fire Mountains

Between 1730 and 1736, Lanzarote has been affected by volcanic eruptions which form part now the National Park of Timanfaya – The Montañas de Fuego (Fire Mountains) History tells us that more than thirty volcanoes violently exploded, spilling fire, smoke … Continuer la lecture

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Side Mount course!

Last week, Eric Multon, our Sidemount Instructor, gives his first course to John Kelly. Sidemount diving gives you flexibility and streamlining options. Plus, you don’t have to walk with heavy cylinders on your back – just enter the water, clip … Continuer la lecture

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Cochenille breeding in Lanzarote

By the middle of last century the  » Opuntia ficus indica « , more common nowadays as the Prickly Pear, was introduced to the island of Lanzarote imported from Mexico and cultivated in large plantations around the village of Guatiza. On … Continuer la lecture

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Baby Angel Shark

Hello everyone,   Last week we talked about the Angel shark that we can find in the clear water of the Canary Island and especially in Puerto del Carmen. Yesterday during one of our Try Dive we met a baby … Continuer la lecture

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Look at this beautiful video of Lanzarote!

Lanzarote is an incredible island. If you haven’t visit Lanzarote yet, here is a video to make you want to come! Enjoy!!!!! WordPress:J'aime chargement…

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Angel Sharks

Angel sharks are unusual sharks in having flattened bodies and broad pectoral fins that give them a strong resemblance to rays. They occur worldwide in temperate and tropical seas. Most species inhabit shallow temperate or tropical seas. Description Angel sharks … Continuer la lecture

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