Scuba diving Large areas of the Earth's surface are not mountains and meadows but pockmarked holes. Caves are especially alluring underwater where divers can spot small animals that are much more different from those in the reef. There’s no light, hence there’s no plants, and no photosynthesis, therefore, the amount of food is extremely limited. These cave animals have specially adapted to the environment, so they have no pigmentation in general, and reduced or absent eyes. Cave diving may be done as an extreme sport, a way of exploring flooded caves for scientific investigation, or for the search for and recovery of divers lost while diving for one of these reasons. Recreational cave diving is generally considered to be a type of technical diving due to the lack of a free surface during large parts of the dive, and often involves decompression. Cave dive sites | Scuba diving sites with a Cave dive sites
At this diving site, you will be able to dive between 2 huge rocks and to dive in into a cave. During the dive, you may spot stingrays, electric stingrays, flounder, lizard fish, parrots, cuttlefish, arrowhead crabs, parrot fish, white canons, and small fish. The dive is recommended for experienced divers.
Diver level Novice Depth Average: 12 m Maximum: 18 m Visibility Average: 10 m Maximum: 30 m Ceuva Elevitero, known as The Black Cove, is one of the most interesting cave dives in Tenerife. Shallow waters and absence of currents make this dive a great place for novice divers. The visibility is good. It ranges […]
Huge walls that go down into the abyss, slopes, immense sharp rocks, caves, underwater canyons, and arches – all of this makes up a spectacular landscape decorated with a thousand different marine life.