This is what happens when you try scuba diving Sodwana
Come and experience Scuba diving in a safe environment before investing! Investigate here why you should join this try scuba diving tour Sodwana, a UNESCO WORLD Heritage Area of South Africa! The Flawless eye-catching seascape vistas will welcome you, but its the powerful and mysterious appeal of the untransformed underwater world that will persuade you…
Personally, one of the best decisions I ever made was to embark on a try scuba diving vacation. Diving appealed, but I wasn’t 100% certain that I wanted to invest. It could have been a disappointing investment! But this opportunity gave me invaluable insight into the underwater world, without having to invest. And that’s why the launch of this “Try Scuba Diving” tour package excited me.
Find the best equation for combining an unforgettable diving experience and vacation through:
- Why “Try Scuba Diving” Sodwana;
- What is included;
Hit Sodwana Bay waters with Junglers Adventure Tours “Try Scuba Diving’s” bumper trip. The experience is ideal for both first time or inexperienced divers. And experienced divers are welcome to join the party!
Rickus Groenewald, founder of Junglers says, “People are scared of the open ocean and as a result diving. This is because of a lack of knowledge. They are unaware of how safe diving can be. Which is why we introduced an educational dive and training tour. The “Try Scuba Diving” is nearly comparable to a tandem scuba dive, with qualified, experienced and trained professionals at your side. If you didn’t have the guts before, now is your time! And if you love it, invest! If not, at least you have tried!”
Adventure Mania, a reputable and eco-friendly dive centre of the area works alongside Junglers to ensure tours are optimum. They maintain an emphasis on teaching divers to preserve and protect our precious reefs.
Why “Try Scuba Diving” Sodwana is not only a great first dive site, but a premier site:
Situated on the north-east coast of South Africa in iSimangaliso, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is Sodwana Bay, a tiny diving focused beach town. Recognized as a world heritage site for its remarkable:
- Key factors to ensure the survival of ecosystems, including diversity and interplay.
- Varied landforms: outstanding coral reefs, sweeping sandy beaches, coastal dunes, lakes, forests, swamps, wetlands, grasslands, and savannah.
- Varied species: marine, wetland, and savannah.
Divers from around the world return to Sodwana Bay year after year, and it is no surprise with its regular sightings. From pods of dolphins to nesting turtles, and the migration of whales. It offers some of the most varied diving in the world.
Moreover, sport fishing, snorkeling, turtle tours, game drives, and other adventure activities are also popular in Sodwana Bay.
2 Day Try Scuba Diving Course includes:
- Basic Theory
- Pool session
- You will learn recreational dive skills at your pace:
- You will have an intro to your equipment.
- You will learn how to breathe underwater.
- You will learn key skills needed during dives.
- You will learn recreational dive skills at your pace:
- Ocean dive accompanied by qualified and registered Dive Master / tandem scuba diving
- All dive permits and entry fees.
- All air tank refills and gear rentals.
Conducted by Dive Masters and Qualified Open Ocean, RAID, and commercial Diving Instructors
The dive instructors are professional, qualified, experienced, and vigilant as their training and courses combined with many practical hours of first-hand experience trained them for any kind of scenario.
Included try Scuba Diving tour Sodwana highlights
- Sodwana Bay World Heritage Site.
- St Lucia Wetland Park and Greater St Lucia Wetland Park World Heritage Site.
Additional trip highlights:
- Open vehicle game drives in the oldest game park in South Africa.
- Hluhluwe Imfolozi National Park.
Not only do you sightsee marine life, but game-drives are also included in Hluhluwe Imfolozi National Park. The Park is proclaimed to be the oldest game park in South Africa! Sightings can include crocodile, cheetah, spotted hyena, wild dog, hippo, various antelope species, and the Big 5.
It is a great all year round diving destination.
There are over 1000 species of fish.
Lake Sibaya is popular amongst birders.
Find picturesque and quaint historic coffee shops and restaurants.
The exact program will depend on diving times, tides, weather conditions, etc. You will have enough time to complete the course, plus free time for optional activities in and around the area.
- Mkuze Game Reserve and Tembe Elephant Park.
- Lake SibayaTrip
- Turtle Tours
- Quad Bike Tours
Bring along any basic equipment you own including mask, snorkel, and flippers for your tandem scuba diving.
Any equipment or wetsuits you have that you feel comfortable with is a good idea.
Clothing should be comfortable T-shirt and shorts, remember coastal areas are always unpredictable with regards to weather and – so bring along a warm jacket/jersey and a pair of jeans for the fresh ocean breeze and cooler evenings.
Sandals, sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses.
Own personal medication, allergy medication.
Lip ice, eyedrops, and hand moisturizer.
In the end, this trip is all about you and literally opens up a whole new world. Rickus concludes, “A part of adventure travel and the experiences we offer our clients is getting them out of their comfort zones in the safest and most sustainable way for both the environment and for the clients themselves. We believe that pushing people, with the experience and guidance of trained professionals, that first-hand experiences are created and that’s where dreams become a reality!”
For further information or to book this try scuba diving tour Sodwana contact Junglers Adventure Tours
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If there is one thing that I have learnt, it is the more I see, the more there is to see! My name is Tracy Burrows and I am the managing editor of Out There Global, a community driven travel magazine platform for cost effective, luxury, unusual and extraordinary but mostly immersive travel ideas around the globe. From Jan 2014 - Dec 2016 I managed the LatestSightings.com blog (a United Nations World Summit Award Winner: Culture & Tourism 2016 & National Geographic partner). I was also consulting editor at MOZambique Magazine, and contributor at Sawubona Magazine (South African Airways inflight magazine). Prior to my career I obtained a tourism marketing degree, and graduated from a 2 year 'Hospitality Management in Development Program' in California. Following this I acquired a journalism diploma and since it's been all about travel and writing! And my nourishment comes from all those who have impacted me: family; friends; and strangers alike. So thank you for inspiring me, and for joining our journey!