Nature enthusiasts love scuba diving, as it gives them an opportunity to get close to marine life. You go deep inside the water to examine marine life and be amazed by all it has to offer. However, some scuba divers and scuba diving institutes have managed to leave a negative impact on marine life inside the sea because they never followed rules and regulations.
Whenever you go for scuba diving, ensure you follow all guidelines to make it sustainable. Go enjoy this lifetime experience while ensuring you are not disturbing flora and fauna.Here are tips by Dr Prem Jagyasi and his team members that can help you make your scuba diving sustainable:
Watch your gear
While you are enjoying yourself underwater, do not forget your responsibility that is to not disturb or harm marine life. Your diving gear that protects you and enables you to have this lifetime experience can damage the beautiful surroundings or even can become a trouble for you. Usually it is the pressure gauge or octopuses that fall lose and go on dragging while the diver swims across. The dragging continues to damage pretty sites, and if stuck, can be fatal for the diver too.
Do not touch anything
You are there to enjoy, so enjoy it with your sense and not with your limbs. You should not try to touch anything the flora and fauna. Some people pick things they find on the seabed but you do not be such a douche. If your guide does all this just to impress you or flaunt his experience, you should right away complaint about such people. Last but not the least, keep the waters clean.
Best scuba diving destinations
This scuba diving spot in Hawaii is popular, mainly because of the Mantas. A rare fish type that looks something like a bird, and other rare things await your arrival.
Magnetic Island, Australia
Scuba diving in Magnetic Island gives people an opportunity to dive amidst plenty of wildlife. The view usually is so great that you can see the amazing world of marine life clearly.
Island of Arran, Scotland
The island of Arran in Scotland has a collection of superb diving sites, which all are adept at giving people exhilarating experiences. Dolphins, seals, and numerous varieties and types of fish will make your scuba diving fun.
U.S. Virgin Islands
Warm and clear waters, colorful marine life on the beach, and interesting and astonishing reefs make U.S. Virgin Islands one of the best scuba diving destinations.
Maaya Thila, Maldives
Exotic underwater life including such diversity of flora and fauna and beautiful coral reefs, is all you can see while your scuba diving session in Maaya Thila, Maldives. Serenity and the rich marine ecosystem can leave you awestruck.
Cabo Pulmo, Mexico
Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is famous for the world’s healthiest coral reefs. Your scuba dive there will give you an opportunity to see parrotfish, eels, octopus, angelfish, sea turtle, sharks, in all you will get to see ultimate flora and fauna.
Red Sea, Egypt
Red Sea offers many diving spots and all are exceptionally beautiful. The underwater life there is unique, as it is so colorful and diverse, that it transports a diver to a different world. The visibility down there is 20 to 30 meters, which makes divers see so clearly the coral reef that continues to be in a very good condition.
Scuba diving is a fun-filled and adventurous sport, and numerous scuba diving destinations nestled across the globe await people’s arrival. Scuba divers must take it as their responsibility to sustain marine life by following sustainable scuba diving practice.