Sandy beaches. Sunshine. Tropical breezes. Relaxation.
Sounds like the perfect getaway doesn’t it? What could possibly make it better? Glad you asked. Exploring the vast underwater worlds that lie beneath the surface around the globe is second only to paradise.
If you have never explored the possibility of turning your vacation into an underwater adventure you are in for a treat. Nothing can top the beauty that lies waiting for you.
Maybe you have even thought about diving but shied away because of your inexperience.
Well, wait no more. “The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” was created just for YOU!
And, adding the diving experience to your list of favorite vacations is sure to broaden your horizons for years to come.
We can’t guarantee that you will become another Jacques Cousteau but we will give you the information you need to know to break in to this exciting new hobby. For instance:
Learning How to Breath
Handling Dive Emergencies
Adapting to Diving
Planning Your Dive
Diving As a Career
Scuba Diving vs Skin Diving
Tips to Conserve Air
About Night Diving
Top Diving Locations
“The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” covers what the novice needs to know. Learning how to breath underwater isn’t as difficult as it sounds. The mystique surrounding diving is melted away quickly as you discover what you need to know about masks, tanks, regulars, gauges timers and more.
Adapting to diving is as simple as understanding the basics of anatomy, respiration, air and water, and blood consumption.
All of these topics are covered in simple, easy to understand language.
While “The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” is designed with the new diver in mind, if you think that diving may become a serious contender for a career, we even cover that possibility.
Learn how to plan your dive by understanding how important it is to orient yourself with the location you are diving, understanding dive tables, calculations and dive computers.
Discover what you need to know about the biology of the habitat you are exploring as well as conservation issues and how to identify dangerous aquatic animals.
“The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” will also teach you about certain medical conditions that may entirely disqualify a person form scuba diving. This is not really common, but it does exist so it’s best to know beforehand.
While you should never dive alone, “The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” is especially significant for couple or family diving vacations.
We even cover some of the best word wide locations to experience all this great new avocation can provide.
It’s the perfect past time for people who are tired of the “same old – same old” vacation destinations and are desirous of creating a closer family experience. There’s no better way to do just that while having great fun and improving fitness for the entire family!
Don’t wait another minute. Grab your copy of “The Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving” and start planning your first family fun outing!