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Snorkelling in the Otherworldly Waters of Fuerteventura

Take the plunge and explore the fascinating underwater world that surrounds Fuerteventura. The Canary Islands are a widely coveted snorkelling destination, especially the paradisiacal isle of Fuerteventura. Within its turquoise water one can find a stunning variety of sea life, from colourful fishes to sting rays and much more. Snorkelers around the world normally pencil Fuerteventura down on their to-do lists because of the crystal clear quality of its waters. It truly almost feels like swimming through air. Other advantages it offers are, on the one hand, the warm temperature of the water all year round due to the tropical weather; and, on the other, the simply breath-taking surroundings, the beauty of which you would normally only see on a postcard. Make the most of your trip to Fuerteventura by indulging in one of the best water activities man can practice on the island. Descend into a wonderful world of magical shapes and unparalleled beauty. These activities are also ideal for both beginners and professionals alike, for you will receive a fun and comprehensive safety instruction before you begin, in order for you to make the most of the experience. Once you have come to terms with all the technical know-how, the time has come to finally step into those warm pleasant waters and marvel at how there is almost no difference between opening your eyes above the water and opening them beneath it. It is bound to be a day you will never forget. Take the plunge and explore the fascinating underwater world that surrounds Fuerteventura. The Canary Islands are a widely coveted snorkelling destination, especially the paradisiacal isle of Fuerteventura. Within its turquoise water one can find a stunning variety of sea life, from colourful fishes to sting rays and much more. Snorkelers around the world normally pencil Fuerteventura down on thei Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel lobby. Duration: Two hours. Start/opening time: 1.30pm.

End/closing time: 3.30pm.

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