Before you start searching for your perfect SCUBA diving philippines holiday it is important to realize what it is that you are looking for. If you are an experienced diver then you probably know already what kind of diving you like the best. But if you have never dived before or you only dive once in a while than this is just the article for you.
There are many types of diving, varying from easy to extremely difficult. Some examples are:
day trip boat diving
Scuba diving on a live-aboard:
SCUBA diving on a live-aboard usually means lots and lots of diving. Depending on how many days you go, you can except to end up with 30 or 40 dives extra in your logbook. There are of course liveaboards where even inexperienced divers are welcome. It is important to realize that, if you are making 3 or more dives a day, you should keep track of all your dives and preferably dive with a diving computer. Nitrox is another good solution to keep the nitrogen level in your body relatively low, making it safer for you to dive. Live-aboard diving usually means the best diving with the biggest fish and the better coral reefs.
Day trip boat diving:
Day trip boat diving usually starts at the dive center where you will meet the staff and/or maybe drop off your gear. Briefings are usually done before you reach the dive site, as well as setting up the equipment. It is probably a good idea to set up your diving equipment before you reach open sea, this will prevent possible motion sickness; this also gives you the chance to fix anything in time if necessary. Diving with a dive guide has several advantages and has proven to be more than useful. Often you will dive twice or three times a day with surface intervals of 2 hours or less.
Enjoy your day:
The dive site is only a little walk or swim away from where you are dropped off and usually offers the same conditions as diving from a boat. It is a good idea to ask for instruction on how to enter the water, considering possible waves and currents. Expect to have diner during your surface interval in a restaurant close by the dive site. However, shore diving takes up less time and gives you more freedom since you are not ‘stuck’ on a boat. No worries for sea sickness either! It is also the cheapest option. You must have to plan a trip with your family and go enjoy your time with them. There are number of options available here which you must have to know about. Try our services for once and start enjoying.
Shore diving offers you the ultimate freedom and gives you the opportunity to enjoy the environment and culture of the country you are staying in. Drives to dive sites can be very exciting and highly enjoyable.