Diving in the grottoes extend the limits of recreational diving, they are interesting by themselves, and as part of the course they are useful for any advanced diver, even if he is not going to go cave diving.
Diving into the grotto is considered to be any immersion within the illuminated zone, that part of the cave, from any point of which you can constantly see the natural daylight illuminating the entrance to the cave. Continue reading
The Philippines are located on the territory of the so-called coral triangle – one of the most biologically diverse areas on our planet.
It is impossible to come to the Philippines and get a complete picture of them, being only on one of the islands. Each one has its own face. Likewise, dive sites: from island to island, from region to region, each new dive is only part of the “mosaic”, part of the overall picture. Coral reefs, walls, sandy slopes, currents, underwater flora and fauna, submerged ships, halocline and thermocline in thermal lakes, caves – all this can be seen in different regions of the Philippines. Continue reading
Diving without training is not only dangerous, but also not very interesting, because, as we have already written earlier, they will only take such a daredevil on an “introdive”.
It is necessary not just to “get” a cherished plastic card – it is the quality of training that is important. Those who believe that the very fact of having a certificate will allow them to freely dive anywhere will be disappointed. In any self-respecting diving center and even on safari, the first dive is always a test (“check-dive”). Continue reading