Diving in the “Waikiki” wreck

Diving in the “Waikiki” wreck. Scuba diving in Lanzarote
Diving in the “Waikiki” wreck. Scuba diving in Lanzarote
Diving in the “Waikiki” wreck. Scuba diving in Lanzarote

Marine landscape diving in Puerto del Carmen in Lanzarote

“Waikiki” is the perfect place for those who want to explore caves and see coral in the area of Puerto del Carmen, in the southeast of Lanzarote. It is a marine landscape dive which combines great sandy depths of rocks full of life in shallow waters with rocky dikes perpendicular to the coastline. In a cliff of between 25 and 35 metres deep, there are caves to be explored with black coral, hanging Gerardias and colourful sponges.

Snorkelling and diving for beginners across from Playa Grande

Going out from Playa Grande and at a depth of six metres, the bottom is of golden sand with rocks which are full of sea life, making it perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving baptisms. Diving is usually from a boat and divers go down one of the two dikes which takes him/her as far as the edge of the cliff. In the longest most eastern, there is a cave with a large colony of orange coral. Those wishing to go down to the limit of 35 metres can explore the vertical marine landscape of nooks and crannies and caves in the cliff.

Isla Lanzarote
Low

Low

20 m

20 m

Boat

Boat

Yes

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