A great team – review of safari diving lanzarote, puerto del carmen, spain – tripadvisor austin electricity outage

##############

Bare in mind I’m a new diver, so this review is a new divers point of view. The dives here for beginners well thought out. Dives started of fairly shallow (10 meters) and got progressively deeper. My guide diver (Adam) was always supportive and was always available for advice, as were the other guides. And but for the gas yourself professionalism of the team here my best dive of the holiday may not have happened. My mask strap would not stay tight but they carry spares on the boat to cater for the inexperienced diver. I was handed a spare mask and got on with the dive, where I saw Angel Shark, Barracuda and Grouper…. I passed my open water in September 2016 and I had only managed 1 dive since passing and I was keen to get some more experience but didn’t really know an awful electricity lessons for 5th grade lot about arranging a diving holiday. Safari Diving was recommended to me by the person I dived with on that one dive after passing my open water. I’d also heard of them through Sport Diver and YouTube videos (Scubaverse) and sent a speculative email. First contact is always important and Wendy comes across very well. She very helpful and sorted out my accommodation etc. All I had to do was book the flights to get out there. I sent numerous emails requesting information about this, that and the gas station jokes other and they were always answered promptly. Bare in mind I’m a new diver, so this review is a new divers point of view. The dives here for beginners well thought out. Dives started of fairly shallow (10 meters) and got progressively deeper. My guide diver (Adam) was always supportive and was always available for advice, as were the other guides. And but for the professionalism of the gas national average 2013 team here my best dive of the holiday may not have happened. My mask strap would not stay tight but they carry spares on the boat to cater for the inexperienced diver. I was handed a spare mask and got on with the dive, where I saw Angel Shark, Barracuda and Grouper. When I got back I was told what the issue with my mask was. I will now pay more attention to cleaning the strap retention clip after every dive. I would recommend any new diver to come here. The water bp gas station temperature is 18 centigrade in February so you don’t need a dry suit. You are well looked after and you’ll get tons of good advice. Another point is that many of the other divers in the group dives are repeat customers for Safari Diving and it’s not difficult to see why. Next week e electricity bill I shall be talking to my Instructor about Advance Open Water so I can come back and do some of the deeper dives with Safari Diving 🙂 More Show less

Trip to Safari Diving was planned for a while on recommendation from others and fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor. In this time, Wendy has had to put up with my constant emails and questions and was always helpful and friendly. Really couldn’t fault the help and customer service. My brother was doing his first dives after his OW course and was understandably a bit apprehensive. We did 3 of our dives with Adam and he really put my brother at ease. The guided dives delivered a lot of marine life and we both left the water very happy, talking about all the beautiful fish we’d seen. Grateful my brother’s first dives were with gas out game rules Adam and Safari Diving because it’s gave him the bug to carry on and explore more. Everyone we met was very friendly and special thanks to Mauro for befriending my son when it was raining! Only (tiny tiny) down side was that the changing area is a little small and gets crowded quickly but it works. For me, Safari is now my go to dive centre for when I return to Lanzarote. Excellent customer service, competitive prices, fantastic location and wonderful staff. Handy cafe next door with when was gas 99 cents in california some lovely food. Can’t wait to return.