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Declared in 1993 as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Lanzarote offers unique geology with underwater moon-like sites, crystal clear waters, and thirsty lands with palm oases. A land of contrast combined  with an annual average temperature of 69.8 ° F, allows us to enjoy a constant spring. The Timanfaya National Park is a prime example of ancient volcanic activity, which still beats beneath its surface, with landscapes of lava fields and the wide variety of flora and fauna. On the island there are more than 10,000 species of cactus and some large mammals such as camels, goats, and donkeys. From this island you can explore the landscapes of Graciosa Island, one of the smaller islands located northwest of Lanzarote. The Archipelago Chinijo comprises of the islands of Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Infierno and Roque del Este. The small islands have a small population of about 650 inhabitants, with roads and streets of sand and earth. Services of the island are also somewhat limited.


La Graciosa island was declared a Nature Reserve in 1986, and then a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993 and Marine Reserve in 1995. The island has several beaches, all known for their size and beauty of shells, fine white sand, turquoise waters. The greatest charm of the island is the tranquility and the friendly nature of its people. It is the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday to disconnect from the routine and stress of daily life.


The highlight of the dives in this archipelago is the wealth of life that we find. Its proximity to the African coast means it is influenced by the upwelling that occurs along the coast of the continent, from deep waters that bring cold nutrient-laden waters. The visibility is usually good with a temperature between 60.8 and 75.2 degrees F. It is advisable to use dry-suits in the winter and early spring, and a sufficient thermal protection the rest of the year. The trade wind is generally constant throughout the year although the months of September and October are calmer. We highly recommend the use of Nitrox at some of the dive sites.

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