La Gomera offers unique and interesting places for diving. It has a wealth of marine life, as well as a wonderful underwater landscape, including rock formations, mainly of lava and basalt. The peculiarity of its waters and its unique biodiversity make it a special place where you can observe a great variety of species in their natural habitat, some of them endemic. The average annual temperatures range between 19ºC and 25ºC in summer, so you can enjoy the water 365 days a year. The seabed is surprisingly transparent on these dives, with visibility usually exceeding 30 metres. La Gomera has also been recognised as a World Whale Heritage Site.