Cathedral

Canarian Islands, Europe
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Cathedral

Boat or Shore Dive 32m--The Cathedral is a large natural cavern in the reef wall. Its entrance is about 10 metres tall. It's best to approach the Cathedral from mid-level on the wall or from above over the sand. Take a torch to see the abundance of life on the walls and roof and in the innermost point, which is like a small garden and is home to Cardinalfish and large Grouper. There are Yellow Horn Corals, Tube Worms and Prawns in the end, and Jewel Anemones, Cup Coral, Sponges and Sea Mat on the roof. Look out for Moray Eels near the entrance and don't miss the sight of the bubbles percolating through the rock and sand above the Cathedral on your way back. 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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