FACILITIES


Is located in Puerto Colon marina, nº 128, Costa Adeje, Tenerife South.

Offers wide and modern facilities, fit for the most demanding diver, in front of the nº4 pier, in the harbour`s first line, close to the parking.
provides facilities with more than 130 m2 where you could find:

 Provides facilities with more than 130 m2 where you could find:

  • A classroom fully equipped for courses and briefings
  • WIFI area
  • Equipment rinsing, drying and storing areao
  • Hot water showers Tank reloading area
  • CRESSI shop
  • CRESSI equipment workshop

Ten Reasons why choose Moana Diving when visiting Tenerife:

  1. LOCATION PADI 5* Dive Center in Puerto Colon Marina
  2. KNOWLEDGE Dive Center with 2 Marine Sciencists as owners
  3. SAFETY Authorized by Canary Islands Goverment
  4. PUNTUALITY Boat moored just in front of Dive Center
  5. COMFORT No carrying heavy parts of the equipment
  6. FLEXIBILITY Multilingual experienced Instructors team
  7. VARIETY 20 Different divesites: Wreck, Deep, Cave, Turtles, Rays
  8. QUALITY divers for 1 Guide ratio in our   
  9. SERVICE Dive equipments for kids, women and menrenewed every year
  10. FUN Great friendly athmosphere in allour activities

Dive

Equipment

offers equipment rental dive CRESSI legendary brand, whose proper storage and continuous review ensures seamless operation for our clients to use during their stay as if they were new:

  • Regulators disinfected after each use
  • Bottles of 5, 10, 12 and 15 liter Double Taps
  • Suits 5mm + for children, women and men. Sizes: XXXS – XXXL
  • Heat Vest 2.5mm for greater thermal protection
  • Vests Scuba HOLDERS integrated pockets. Sizes: XXS – XL
  • Adjustable fins that fit all sizes
  • Zipper Boots 5mm. Sizes: XXS – XXL
  • High End Masks: CRESSI MATRIX
  • Computers CRESSI LEONARDO
  • Torches CRESSI FROGMAN or Dragonsub MICROLITIUM 1R

MOANA DIVING offers our customers shop diving equipment and accessories with the latest developments of various brands products: CRESSI, SUUNTO, Dragonsub, tecLine, IQ-COMPANY, ARMOR-X

Boat

Owns a BWA SUPERDIVING rib, 7.4 mt length, powered with one SUZUKI engine, with 200 h.p., allowing us to make big distances in short time. It´s a boat designed for the diving practice, with a bottle rack and step ladder. Our boat has a capacity for 12 passengers and it´s fully equipped with all the necessary safety equipment:

  • Lifejackets
  • VHF radio
  • Mobile phone
  • GPS
  • First-Aid Kit
  • Emergency Oxigen Kit
  • Foghorn, Flares,…

Team

Ion


He was born in a small coastal town, Bermeo, and he use to expend his childhood summers with the diving mask and fins. In some family vacations he did a Scuba diving Try Dive, and this changed his life. It was 1996, he started his adventure as a diver. In 1999 he started a University Degree in Marine Sciences in the University of Cadiz, combining it with his underwater education, becoming Commercial diver and PADI Instructor in the 2004.
With a extended experience (over than 200 certified students) all over the world, Europe,Caribbean, South-East Asia, he always wanted to put on practice all his knowledge about scuba diving and the appropriate personal treatment.
In 2011, with his couple, they create MOANA DIVING trying to make a comfortable, accessible, with a personalized service, safe and fun.

  • PADI MASTER SCUBA DIVER TRAINER
  • EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER INSTRUCTOR
  • PATRON PORTUARIO (Spanish professional boat license)
  • COMMERCIAL DIVER
  • LANGUAGES: SPANISH, ENGLISH

PADI SPECIALTY INSTRUCTOR:

  • DEEP DIVER
  • NIGHT DIVER
  • EAN DIVER
  • UNDERWATER NATURALIST
  • WRECK DIVER

Olatz


She always felt that “something” special about the ocean, firstly devouring books about marine species and later studying a University Degree in Marine Sciences in the University of Cadiz. There is when she had her first contact with scuba diving, in the waters of Tarifa, and she felt in love with the feelings. Step by step she develops her diving levels until she becomes a PADI Divemaster in 2005, when she works for the first time in her future profession, scuba diving.
Once living her dream, she becomes a PADI Instructor in 2006 and starts working for different dive centers in Spain and later on in Mayan Riviera, Cozumel, Belize, Malaysia, Indonesia. Her deep knowledge about teaching Scuba Diving (with over than 200 certified students) is supported by all those working experiences, and specially what diving customers like and dislike.
With all that, in 2011 with her couple they create MOANA DIVING in Tenerife, where they try to provide all the good things from the dive centers where they developed their experience.

  • PADI MASTER SCUBA DIVER TRAINER
  • EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER INSTRUCTOR
  • PATRON PORTUARIO (Spanish professional boat license)
  • LANGUAGES: SPANISH, ENGLISH

PADI SPECIALTY INSTRUCTOR:

  • UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER
  • DEEP DIVER
  • WRECK DIVER
  • EAN DIVER
  • EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRMENT

Tenerife

Tenerife is a beautiful island in the Atlantic Ocean within the Canary Islands, where we have a sunny and stable climate where the average annual temperature is 25C, with only a slight seasonal variation.

The climate often varies significantly from one part of the island to another, for example the north of Tenerife receives much more rain, making it much more green, but also much more humid and fresh temperatures than the south.

Altitude also plays its part as Tenerife´s Mount Teide reaches an elevation of almost 4,000 metres and during the winter months it commonly receives some snow, which makes a incredible contrast to the sunshine and warmth experienced in the coastal areas.

Its two international airports make the arrival to paradise very simple and quick.

In Tenerife you can enjoy a variety of landscapes, including the impressive Mount Teide National Park, the ocean, the wild coast and golden beaches … Tenerife is the most beautiful of the Canary Islands, where no one can get bored.

In Tenerife there are multiple activities to choose when you are not Diving, and many options to keep family entertained while you are in the water with us.

Whale Watching

The south-west coast of the island, is the perfect place to watch the whales and turtles in their natural habitat. Along the coast you can find 26 different species of cetaceans: Whales, Dolphins, Killer Whales and even Blue Whales. Certain authorised boats are allowed to take members of the public to view the whales as they rise to the surface for air.  There are a variety of styles of boat from which to choose, departing from the harbour of Puerto Colon.

Mount Teide

At 3,718 metres above sea-level it is the highest point of Spain, and when measured from its sub-aquatic base, Mount Teide measures a staggering 7,500 metres which makes it the third largest volcano on the planet.

It is possible to drive right up into the Teide National Park, which encompasses the mountain and is largely populated with dense Pine forest.  Near the peak you enter into an old caldera, which is filled with volcanic gravel and whose alien landscape has been the set for a numerous.

Hollywood movies through the years.  The final peak can be climbed on foot or using a cable car.  On a clear day it is possible to see many of the other islands in the archipelago, seemingly floating in the sky.

Siam Park

No description of things to do in Tenerife could possibly be complete without a mention of Siam Park – A huge oriental-themed water park located in Playa de Las Americas. This is a fantastic day out for kids and adults alike – the only exception being families with infants or babies may find that the attractions here can be a little too adventurous for their little ones.

Watersports

Water skiing, Wakeboarding, Flyboard, parascending, banana boat and jet skis are all available from the door of our Dive Center.  Jet skis can be anything from a 20 minutes dash-about to a 3 hour safari along the beautiful coastline of the South East of Tenerife.

Trekking

This is an opportunity to see Tenerife at its most tranquil, up close and personal.  One very popular option is to trek down from the picturesque village of Masca to the beach and from there catch a boat taxi to Los Gigantes.  There is also the possibility to trek in the National Park of our neighboring island of La Gomera. There are a number of half or full day trekking options on Tenerife.

Cycling

Whether you wish to ride along the promenade or tackle an uphill route, this is a very pleasant way to get the wind in your face, you will find mountain bikes, road bikes and all family bikes available to hire and enjoy this sport in Tenerife.

Paragliding

See Tenerife from the air in an incredible flight with a qualified and experienced instructor to finish landing on the beach in Costa Adeje.

Sightseeing

Anaga

The mountains of  Anaga is in the North Western tip of Tenerife, just North of Santa Cruz and a visit can therefore be easily combined with a visit to Santa Cruz.  The tiny fishing village of Taganana at the Northern end of the mountain range is a treat for nature lovers and walkers.

Puerto de la Cruz

We recommend a visit to the botanic gardens and the recently refurbished Lago Martianez as well as a wander through the old town and stroll along the seafront.

The North Coast

There are several lovely places to visit on or near the North coast which can be combined with a visit to Puerto de la Cruz.  For example, just South of Puerto de la Cruz lies La Orotava. You should make a point of seeing some of the 17th century houses with carved wooden hanging balconies.Alternatively, further West along the North coast you will come to the famous Drago tree of Icod and the beautiful town of Garachico, once the most important trading city of Tenerife which had to be rebuilt after the eruption of Mount Teide in 1706.

The West Coast

Playa de San Juan / Los Gigantes

We really like the pretty seaside town of Playa de San Juan and recommend a stop here for a stroll along the boardwalk.  Next stop, check out Los Gigantes, named after the black basalt rock cliffs that reach over 600m high and stretch for more than 11km until reaching to Punta de Teno, another beautiful landscape with turqoise waters touching small black sand coves.

Masca

North of Los Gigantes, after negotiating a series of hairpin bends, you come finally to the lovely valley and village of Masca, reputed to be one of the prettiest place on the island.  It is a charming place to stop for lunch and a little exploration.  From here you can hike down to the coast and catch a boat taxi to Los Gigantes.

Diving Center approved by the Government of Canarias, Spain.

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