Fuerteventura, one of the volcanic islands belonging to the Canary Islands archipelago, is located in the Atlantic Ocean, near the coast of Africa. The island’s climate is very dry, volcanic and rocky. Every year more and more people get “addicted” to kayaking that is a very fascinating kind of sport ...Read More
The Atlantic Ocean appears as a destination to be privileged for any admirer of snorkeling in search of underwater riches. Here are the 3 best spots to discover.
3 most popular places for a first dive in the Atlantic Ocean
Even the most fresh travelers know that after discovering historic ...Read More
The underwater world has a lot of surprises in store for travelers around the world. The North Atlantic Ocean is a real playground for those who want to discover the ocean from another point of view. The activities are not limited to just lazing on the beach or a boat ...Read More
Carnival is actually one of the most important events of the year in Tenerife! During two weeks people celebrate it on the whole island, but the biggest party happens in the capital: Santa Cruz de Tenerife. At that time of the year locals and tourists join the celebrations that are ...Read More
It's well-known that Aloe Vera is a plant that has numerous healing qualities. It grows in all Canary Islands both in the wild nature and plantations. The biggest properties of its cultivation are in Gran Canaria and Lanzarote islands where the leaves of Aloe Vera are used to produce different ...Read More
Surrounded by the ocean, Tenerife offers many opportunities to practice water sports, like surfing, diving etc. The island is famous for its perfect climate, sunny weather and good conditions of water lets us do many activities in the sea. Here are the most popular water activities in Tenerife:
Many visitors of Tenerife do scuba diving for the first time here. Mostly they choose a try dive which does not provide them with a certification though makes it possible to discover the underwater world with an instructor.
After this first experience most new divers wish to keep ...