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5 reasons why you should Scuba dive


1. Discover a new world


You discover a new world when you get underwater. You can see different species and landscapes. The first time I went scuba diving I could not believe what I had been missing. I started seeing things in a different perspective and realizing how small I am in this world, yet how much power we have to create a positive impact.

2. See more of the destination you are visiting


By scuba diving where you are touristing, you get to see the whole picture of that place. It is important to not only learn the history or try new food, but also to discover new cultures, including the underwater one. Each place have a different ecosystem and different underwater landscapes that are worth visiting.

3. You can help taking care of the ecosystem


By scuba diving you can also help clean the underwater world if you do it correctly. We recommend to ask your instructor for a bag where you can recollect any trash you find in your journey. You can have a great impact in taking care of the underwater world and leave a good impression while doing good. These types of actions can help save several marine life and allow the next generation to enjoy our heritage.

4. Great way to know more people

Visiting a new place alone? Well, scuba diving is a great way to meet people with similar interests. While in the boat to and from the dive you talk about all the exciting things you will see and how “nervous” you are and after the dive, share photos, videos and comments about the dive. If you found a great group of people maybe you guys can go a grab a couple drinks.

5. Self Control


Scuba diving is great to teach you balance and self control. Balance because you need to breath in a certain way so you do not change your buoyancy too much. It is great for self control because you must pace yourself if you get anxious or afraid. If anything does not go according to plan it also has to be dealt with true self control as you are under water. It is a great experience to get to know yourself better.

So are you interested interested in heading underwater and getting your diving certification? Find your local dive shop or check out the many diving certification schools to get your adventure started:

  • SSI (Scuba Schools International)
  • PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors)
  • NAUI (National Association of Underwater Instructors)
  • SDI (Scuba Diving International)
  • CMAS (Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques)

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Thursday 2nd of November 2017

The main reason I love scuba diving is for the adventure, you don't know what it may happen or what you may found below the water surface. The second reason is because of the beautiful and unique underwater landscape. In the past years I've taken a lot of pictures of the marine life which I store on along with all my diving logs. It's cool that I can also search new dive spots or even add my own.

Local Nomads

Saturday 8th of October 2016

Awesome photos! What kind of camera do you shoot with underwater?

Travel To Blank

Tuesday 11th of October 2016

We normally just use our GoPro, but any digital camera with waterproof housing works wonders!

Stephanie Langlet

Saturday 8th of October 2016

I love scuba dive so much, especially in a clear water. But even here in the basque country, it's awesome to see the little world of nudibranches (sea slugs). We also have some caves to explore. And the feeling to fly up and see the ground disappearing...


Friday 7th of October 2016

Love your lionfish photo and the seahorse too! I'd love to try scuba diving some day.

Mark spears

Saturday 8th of October 2016

I dive lionfish destroy carrabean reefs. They eat all native fish they breed but the thosand in less then 10 years they have destroyed the reef fish thank to how cute in aquarium people dumping the in florida. It is a pacific ocean fish not atlantic. So many that catch kill and eat.