Many people are curious about breathing and swimming underwater. Well if you don’t try it, then you will never know. Like the old PADI open water video says ‘It feels strange the first time’ and it’s so true, those first few breaths you take do seem a little strange. All you have to do is keep on breathing and see where it takes you. Here are some reasons for taking the plunge and learning to Scuba Dive.
1. Weightlessness feeling & neutral buoyancy
Imagine an astronaut floating weightlessly in space with the freedom to glide effortlessly in all directions. Well, scuba diving is a similar experience with a gentle kick of the fins to propel you through the water. As divers gain more experience they become more and more relaxed underwater and use a minimum amount of effort to move in any direction. It’s easy, safe and fun and it could set you on a lifetime path of adventure.
2. Fill your life with Adventure
As well as coral reef dives, many new scuba divers are especially curious about going deeper and exploring shipwrecks. If this is for you, then your adventure is just beginning because every dive destination around the world will have a nearby wreck dive available. Usually, there is some history or an interesting story linked to each shipwreck. Pass on your wreck diving stories and underwater experiences to other divers during your scuba adventures.
3. Beautiful Marine Life
Learn about exotic sea creatures, species identification, and their habitats. Appreciation of the coral reef and the ecosystem.
sea creature interaction. Face to face with a dolphin or close up with a turtle or cuttlefish. Observe mysterious sea creatures or dive with something big like a whale shark.
4. Dive Travel
There are 1000s of places to dive all over the world as scuba diving truly is a global activity. Exotic coral reefs, liveaboard diving holidays, exclusive dive resorts with shore dives and relaxing boat trips. Meet people from all over the world and share your passion for the ocean.
5. Great for all ages
From 8 years for children although limited to Bubble maker you can become a full PADI Open water diver at just 10 years of age. What about senior citizens, can they dive too? Absolutely they can, recently a 95-year old broke the record for the world’s oldest scuba diver. There is no upper age limit.
Learning to dive is highly enjoyable and very easy to get started. Just let us know one day before and we will arrange everything for you. You can begin with a one day try diving experience or sign up right away for your PADI Open water course.
If you have no medical issues and can swim a least 200 meters then you are good to go. In Just 3 days you can become a PADI diver and gain your worldwide scuba certification. Contact us