It’s strangely calming underwater. All you can hear is the sound of your own breathing, and the gurgling of bubbles as you exhale. Your range of vision is restricted by the scuba mask you’re wearing. When your life depends entirely on every move, you’re more focussed than you ever have before.
Going diving can be intimidating, but if you’re thinking of going scuba diving for the first time, or if you’re considering becoming a certified diver, here are some tips for beginners to help make the most of your experience.
Apart from that, trust your instructor, don’t rush your progress, and only do as much as you’re ready to do. Deep under the surface of the water, when you float over giant coral formations, stopping to let schools of fish pass by, you’ll feel shivers of excitement running through you.