Although it takes a lot of time to practice and prepare to take a few minutes to explore the ocean, those who love this subject think it is totally worth it. The feeling of freedom without weight when exploring the underwater world makes many tourists excited about the sea when given the opportunity.
Joy at the bottom of the sea
Since scuba diving is an extreme sport, participants are always required to undergo training. According to the division of professional scuba divers, this sport is divided into two branches, freediving and scuba.
Freediving means that the diver doesn’t have the support of underwater breathing equipment. Freediving requires players to train hard and properly follow the instructions of the coach to improve their ability to hold their breath and withstand the pressure when going down.
Equipment for a freediving diver includes propeller, goggles, diving clothes, lead cord. The scuba is a scuba diving device, which is understood to be a device that aids in breathing underwater.
Equipping a scuba diver in addition to freedive-like items
also includes a floating balance vest, breathing apparatus, and oxygen tank.
Under the clear blue water with the mysterious murmur of the sea, the fish
swarm around the coral clusters with all kinds of colors and shapes that have
fascinated many visitors to find a new experience on the bottom of the ocean.
Today, many brave travelers also have nightly snorkeling. At
night, the diver cannot go fast and far, just sticking to the bottom of the
sea, looking at the compass, shining a flashlight on any creature, watching
However, this is the time when the fish are all asleep, so they stand still for visitors to admire. The limitation of night diving is limited so visitors are easy to hit the rocks or get injured.
Gorgeous world under the sea
The biggest challenge in scuba diving is the depth. For the
first time diving, at a depth of about 5 meters will start feeling breathless,
sore ears and easily panic want to pop up.
Although the coach has advised very carefully that if you feel short of breath, sore ears then swell a little and slowly dive, you have to dive up and down several times like that to get used to the water pressure.