Meet the Team
Collectively our dive staff have more than 100 years experience working in the diving industry and speak 5 European languages.
They are qualified to teach more than 15 PADI specialties, as well as holding professional qualifications in Technical diving, First-Aid provision and boat handling.
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Mount Teide is the dominant mountain in the centre of Tenerife. At 3,718 metres above sea-level it is the highest point of Spain, as well as being the highest island in the Atlantic Ocean and the tenth highest island in the world
When measured from its sub-aquatic base, Mount Teide measures a staggering 7,500 metres which makes it the third largest volcano on the planet
It is possible to drive right up into the Teide National Park, which encompasses the mountain and is largely populated with dense Pine forest. Near the peak you enter into an old caldera, which is filled with volcanic gravel and whose alien landscape has been the set for a numerous Hollywood movies through the years. The final peak can be climbed on foot or using a cable car. On a clear day it is possible to see many of the other islands in the archipelago, seemingly floating in the sky
The south of Tenerife has been a popular tourist destination for European travellers for a number of decades. This means that there are plenty of things to do for people of all ages and interests – the resort areas are very family friendly
Over recent years we have witnessed a growing trend in outdoor adventure sports such as Scuba diving, hiking, rock-climbing, paragliding, and cycling – the primary draw being the combination of impressive mountains and valleys, perfect climate and numerous areas of outstanding natural beauty