There are various kinds of scuba diving vacations that suit each personality and provide memories for a lifetime. The first step to planning a scuba diving vacation is to get your scuba certification.
Scuba certification is required before you can rent equipment or does scuba diving adventures. There are two certification courses that are popular today. The first is the PADI scuba certification, which is good for tourists who want less extensive training. The other is NAUI's scuba certification, which is a little more involved and advanced.
Scuba Camp is a great way for kids, even ones that are already certified, to get in the water, have fun, learn more, and meet other kids with similar interests. We encourage kids that are already certified to join us for camp.
The second step in planning your scuba diving vacation is determining the weather you will rent or buy your scuba equipment. Many dive travelers prefer to rent their equipment. It's far more affordable and makes your trip easier to pack.
On the other hand, buying your equipment will ensure that you will have scuba equipment that suits your needs. Many divers who rent their equipment buy their own regulators and masks because these items tend to vary so it is difficult to find the right one.
Now it's time to decide where you want to go on a Scuba diving vacation. The experience of scuba diving varies greatly depending on where you go.. On the other hand, a scuba diving vacation will give you the opportunity to see turtles, whales, and sharks. Deciding where to go is a personal choice depending on which underwater world you are interested in.