Diving with sharks
Those who want to diversify their leisure time and discover new horizons of scuba diving should try diving with sharks, which will allow you to get thrills and vivid emotions. The extreme situation of being in the water, surrounded by formidable predators, activates many senses and gives them sharpness. The main thing is that the dive with sharks is organized by real professionals who are familiar with the behavioral features of these predators and are able to provide the necessary level of security. Qualified specialists of our club know all the subtleties of diving with sharks and will help you to get maximum pleasure from communicating with the beautiful underwater world.
How dangerous is such an adventure
Every year in the habitats of sharks around the world is a lot of diving. According to statistics, these formidable predators very rarely attack divers, especially if people follow the rules for communicating with them and know all the features of such extreme adventures.
For sharks, the diver is an unfamiliar creature. Therefore, the usual reaction of a predator is to turn around and swim away. In places where diving groups are constantly and become familiar, sharks just stop paying attention to people. Sometimes an animal can, out of curiosity, not only swim up to people, but also accompany them for some time. However, no matter how safe such walks look, it is worth minimizing the risk and following certain rules of behavior.
Shark Diving: General Recommendations
It is not recommended to dive into the water alone. It is best to go diving with sharks in a group. It should be remembered that the more divers, the safer.
Do not immerse yourself in the presence of blood in it, for example in places of fishing and cutting of fish. On the body of the diver also should not be scratches and fresh cuts. Such an adventure should be abandoned to people suffering from nosebleeds.
You should not wear anything brilliant on extreme diving with sharks. A predator can take a bright, iridescent pattern for fish scales and attack a person.
It is recommended to dive in the daytime, with maximum visibility and transparency of the water. Experts say that the shark is especially aggressive at dawn and at night.
Noticing the increased interest from the predator during the dive, it is best to return on board.
The most harmless sharks
Lemon sharks are famous for their milder temper. They live mainly in the Bahamas. Usually divers lure these predators with fresh fish, which would be completely unacceptable and deadly when contacting many other species. Relatively safe also include whale sharks. They are indifferent to the appearance of divers and snorkelers, but if people show intrusiveness, the whale shark prefers to swim in depth.
If you wish to bring a thrill to your life by taking part in diving with sharks, you can choose a trip from our list of tours or order an individual program on dates convenient to you on your chosen boat.