Trumpetfish Reef

Canarian Islands, Europe
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Trumpetfish Reef

Boat or Shore Dive 35m -- The dive starts moderately shallow over sand and follows a gully down to the reef. There is the wreck of a small boat and the shell of a car in the sand en route. In this area are numbers of large Spider Crabs. After reaching the reef swim with the wall on the right hand side. Trumpetfish are common here, and remember to keep a lookout to seaward to see Barracuda and Jacks. When it is time to go shallower turn back onto the top of the reef and swim into the shallower water LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands.
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