Diving With Turtles

Sea Turtles have been living in our oceans for more than 100 million years with some species surviving the mass extinction event which wiped out 90 percent of life on earth. The bodily functions of sea turtles are very slow, so they do not need a lot of energy to keep going and this may have helped in their survival. 

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Common questions from potential scuba divers

You want to learn to scuba dive but you are feeling anxious and no doubt you will have a few questions for your scuba Instructor. It’s perfectly normal to feel anxiety before you enter the water and begin your scuba training. You are going to be breathing underwater for the first time in a shallow pool with your instructor right by your side. It sounds exciting but you may still be apprehensive,

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Diving with Octopus

Imagine a creature from another world that has 9 brains, 3 hearts, and blue blood. It sounds like an alien from another world, but they actually live here on this planet. Their collective name is octopuses and fossil records have shown that they have been around for at least 300 million years which is a long time before the dinosaurs arrived. All species of octopus are venomous but only one (The Blue-ringed octopus) is dangerous to humans.

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5 Reasons for Learning to Scuba Dive.

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 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.

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Explore Pattaya’s most famous wreck, the Hardeep, with Seafari Dive Center

The Hardeep Wreck is undoubtedly one of the best wreck dives around Pattaya and located in a small fishing area called Samae San, only 30 mins from the pier you will discover yourself moored over the battle sank wreck and many scuba divers  would say its among the finest shipwrecks Thailand has to offer with more than 70 years Of History !!

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