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 El Bajon del Rio

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 28° 43.766' N
Longitude: 13° 49.598' W

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English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

English (Translate this text in English): The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Don't know

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Outstanding

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Dive type

- Cave
- Big fishes
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology

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- Current

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

Es una de las inmersiones más completas del norte de la isla. Sus aguas, poco profundas y por lo general claras, destacan por la abundancia de fauna. El fondo es muy peculiar con formaciones rocosas en forma de setas, típicas de esta zona, y perforadas por numerosos agujeros por donde se filtran los rayos del sol.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's.

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El Bajon del Rio
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