Snorkelling involves swimming and diving using goggles and a tube. At Plàncton we want you to enjoy your time snorkelling and also learn a little about what you will see. For this reason we always start with a short talk on marine biology where we’ll tell you about the sea ecosystems in and around l’Ametlla de Mar and the wildlife and plants we may find when we are out in the water. You’ll learn about species you have probably never noticed before, and many interesting facts about the life of sea animals. At Plàncton we believe that the better you get to know sea life, the more you will appreciate it and help to look after it.
Our guides are expert divers and also marine scientists, with degrees in Marine Science, Biology, and Environmental Science. They will show you how to see hard-to-find creatures and we are sure you will learn something new on every outing with us. When we return to the diving centre on the shore, you can go over what you have seen with our information guides and posters.