Diving in Tenerife - Los Gigantes Diving Centre

Los Gigantes Diving Centre is Tenerife's first ever PADI 5 Star IDC Centre and is located on the marina in the Los Gigantes holiday resort on the south west coast of Tenerife, beneath the world famous 600 metre high cliffs. Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers the best diving in Tenerife, with stingrays, turtles, octopus, moral eels, angel sharks, groupers, many shoals of sub tropical fish and some of the most beautiful underwater volcanic landscapes ever seen.

Tenerife Guide Title Prices

Dive prices gradually drop the more you do. Check below for packages. Also check the prices of the courses available.

10% discount for paying €uro cash

Qualified divers including only tank & weights

Num of Dives  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10
Price €  49  97  141  185  225  264  300  335  366  396
10% discount for cash  45  88  129  168  205  240  275  305  333  360

Qualified divers with full kit hire

Num of Dives  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10
Price €  59  116  170  225  275  325  368  412  456  495
10% discount for cash  54  105  155  205  250  295  335  375  415  450

Individual items for hire: Reg. 3€, BCD 3€, Suit 3€ per dive.

Tenerife Guide Title PADI Courses

 PADI Courses  Price  10% Discount
 Scuba diver  €290  €265
 Scuba -Open water upgrade  €247  €225
 Open water  €460  €420
 Ow referral 4 dives & certification  €290  €265
 Adventure diver  €258  €235
 Adventure upgrade to Advanced (2dives & certification)  €165  €150
 Advanced  €335  €305
 EFR  €145  €130
 Rescue diver  €435  €395
 Divemaster (excl materials)  €660  €600
 Specialties (per dive) (plus €30 certification)  €75  €65

Tenerife Guide Title BSAC Courses

 BSAC Courses  Price  10% Discount
 Ocean Diver  €490  €445
 Sports Diver  €473  €430
 Dive Leader  €572  €520

Tenerife Guide Title Directions to Los Gigantes Diving Centre

The dive centre is located on the marina in Los Gigantes. Between pontoon 5 and 6 is a restaurant La Paella and just left of it is the entrance to the dive centre, which is situated behind the restaurant. GPS Coordinates: 28°14'49.4.3"N 16°50'29.5"W or Click to view on Google maps

Diving in Tenerife is one of the most spectacular experiences you will find. The cliffs of Los Gigantes form a spectacular background for one of the most popular areas for diving in Tenerife.

Tenerife Guide Title Contact Information

Telephone: +34 922 860 431
Mobile: +34 637 819 204

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Website in English: http://www.divingtenerife.co.uk

Diving in Tenerife with the Stingrays

Tenerife Guide TitleDiving in Tenerife with Stingrays

A dive site where you can hand feed round stingrays, common stringrays, roughtail stringrays and eagle rays. They are really friendly and will come up to the divers and gently take food from the hand. Also seen on this site occasionally are butterfly rays, duckbill rays and marbled electric rays.Large pelagics and predators such as barracuda, jacks and tuna are also frequently seen. It is one of the most popular dives in Tenerife, established in 1996 by the Los Gigantes Diving Centre it has been puplished in several diver magazine articles, in the United Kingdom and internationally. At a depth of 18 - 20 meters its suitable for all levels of qualified divers.

Turtle Safari in Tenerife

Tenerife Guide TitleTurtle Safari in Tenerife

An astounding excursion for all the family is a visit to the beautiful, protected bay of El Puertito where a few turtles have made their home. They live at a depth of 3 to 10 meters which is perfect for snorkeling. They also frequently appear right next to our boat to see us even before the snorkelers are in the water. When you are in the water they will tail you and will joyfully pose for photographs. So dont forget your camera! However the dive centre does have an excellent underwater camera which can be hired.


Night Diving in Tenerife - Los Gigantes Diving Centre in Tenerife

Tenerife Guide TitleNight Diving in Tenerife

Night dives can be arranged as requested. Many species of marine life avoid the daytime, prefering to live and feed during the night.On the night dive there is an oportunity to see life not seen or very difficult to see during the day.


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