By Avanti Travel Insurance
Going on vacation is a chance to escape normality. On the road you can do things you wouldn’t have the opportunity to at home, like trying new foods, seeing the local sights and maybe even taking part in a deep sea dive. It may sound intimidating, especially if you’ve never done anything like it before; however, if you do take the plunge you’ll reap many rewards.
A Different Side To Your Destination
A deep sea dive offers a totally new perspective of your travel destination. When traveling we’re usually either sightseeing or sunbathing. Under the waves though, there’s a whole other world waiting to be discovered. For instance, if you dive in Kah Tao, Thailand you can expect to see stunning coral reefs, underwater plants and fish. Whale sharks are also frequently spotted here, adding an interesting twist to local diving.Have you gone deep sea #diving? What was your experience like? #adventure Click To Tweet
A Confidence Boost
For many, a deep sea dive will be something that they have never done before. New experiences are what make traveling so great, and stepping outside your comfort zone provides a huge confidence boost. It doesn’t matter if you’re a student on a gap year or a mature traveler just looking to broaden your horizons – doing something a little daunting will make you feel incredible afterwards. With a qualified instructor by your side, you’ll be supported every step of the way.
Once you’ve decided you want to give deep sea diving, get in touch with a school. It’s vital you pick up the necessary skills and knowledge before venturing below the water’s surface. World Diving Review is one resource for researching reputable diving schools, though often your hotel and TripAdvisor can point you in the right direction, as well.
Don’t forget some sports and activities insurance too. Knowing you’re fully protected will give you the confidence to try anything. So go on, be a little daring!
No More Vacation Boredom
Everything else aside, a deep sea dive is really interesting. Sometimes vacation becomes a little repetitive, but you’ll spot something different every time you dive. If your summer paperback isn’t grabbing you or you don’t fancy another trip to the bar, head down to the ocean. It’s a great way to pass the time, and you’ll come away having learned something while being active.Where's your favorite place to #scubadive? #travel Click To Tweet
Make A Splash!
As you can see, learning to dive is a really fun and rewarding experience. You’ll not only familiarize yourself with the natural world, but you’ll grow in confidence too. So give it a go on your next trip.
- GoPro Hero4 (make sure you also have the waterproof housing)
- Extra GoPro battery (GoPros rock, but their battery lifespan can be short)
- Headstrap mount
- Mini SD card adapter
- Leave-in conditioner (to keep hair from tangling)
- Motion sickness tablets
- Ear plugs (also helps with motion sickness and reduces boat noise)
- Eye drops (to flush out salt water)
- A spray bottle (I like to fill this to spray on hair later for beach waves)
- Sarong (I love this travel-themed one!)
*This post was sponsored by Avanti Travel Insurance
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