Few things can be compared to immersing yourself in the depths of the sea and being able to explore and experience first hand the tranquillity, and the immense beauty that this underwater world has to offer. And, of course, the opportunity to see the majestic creatures that inhabit it.
Learning to Scuba Dive
Nowadays, scuba diving is a popular and safe sport to practice, and virtually anyone can master it. Learning scuba diving can take as little as a few minutes or many hours of practice, depending on the complexity and depth of the excursion.
Why Scuba Dive?
The importance of scuba diving cannot be overstated. It has helped humans better understand, and therefore develop, new ways to preserve marine life and ecosystems. Without scuba diving equipment, specialised biologists would not be able to study the complexity and harmony in the aquatic environment under the sea, necessary for marine conservation.
An Underwater World Awaiting Discovery
The curious thing is, how this noble, exploratory sport originated. There are probably few people who actually know that the creator, inventor and father of scuba diving is none other than Jacques Yves Cousteau. For this achievement, among other conservationist efforts, he received many distinctions and honours throughout his life.
“Follow in the footsteps of Jacques Cousteau, an intrepid man who did not allow the unavailability of technology stand in the way of fulfilling his dreams, and you too can embark on what is sure to be the experience of your lifetime.”
Being able to move about underwater freely, taking in the sights of this stunning world beneath the surface, (70% of which is still unknown to mankind), and interacting with animals that you have only dreamt of, is probably one of the most awe-inspiring and transcendental experiences a human can have. Your bucket list experience will celebrate the memory of Jacques Cousteau himself.