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Puerto Calero Submarine Safari

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Diving is pretty exciting, but you have to know what you’re doing with all those gauges on the tanks and everything. Submerging yourself encased in a submarine is also exciting and you don’t need to do anything but look out the portholes in awe. And the clear waters off Lanzarote are definitely worth getting into as deep as possible, a mints worth of marine life live here.

On the Sub Fun Tres Submarine, which sets sail from the marina at Puerto Calero, each viewing port and chair has its own TV screen offering you alternative viewing angles, for best marine coverage. An hours trip on this sub, accompanied by a guided explanation of what you’re seeing will show you things previously reserved for divers.

It’s all air conditioned and pressurised so it’s perfectly safe for pregnant women or people with heart or ear problems. And kids – how much did you want to go for a submarine ride when you were a kid? And even better, the submarine is yellow…

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