If not, why not investigate the opportunities on your next visit to Oasis Lanz Club in Costa Teguise?
With warm water temperature all year around and superb visibility (often up to 40 metres!) it really is an underwater paradise where you can see a lot of native species, including rays, moray eels and much, much more.
To quote from a new Diving Guide published by the Tourist Board of Lanzarote “A mask and a snorkel are all you need to get to know this amazing world“. It is an activity that is available to practically everyone of any age, you just need to know how to swim!
This guide, which can be downloaded in pdf format, has been published in English, Spanish and German and includes within its 150 pages details of the best dive sites, comments and advice from many divers who regularly enjoy diving in the Canary Islands.
There is even a guide to the species you are likely to encounter as well as practical advice on how to dive responsibly and the visual signals that divers use to communicate under water!
For more information have a look at their Diving in Lanzarote page.