Scuba Diving Experience to the stunning Similan Islands

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Your Scuba Experience starts in the pool

We’ll make sure that your mask fits, and that you are comfortable in your scuba equipment.
We’ll get you to practice breathing through the scuba regulator. It feels a little different, but we’ll take the time to make sure that you are comfortable before we go any further.

We’ll explain a few skills that we’re going to teach you so that your day on the Similan Islands is amazing with no distractions.  We’ll practice these skills in the shallow end.

We get you to swim around the shallow end until you’ve got the hang of using fins and swimming underwater. Whenever you’re ready we’ll move to the deeper end, and you can experience the amazing sensation of weightlessness as you move around. This is a completely new experience for most people and initially you may find changing direction and moving around a little strange, but don’t worry, we’ll help you. You’ll have plenty of time to get some practice, and to get comfortable underwater.

The next day we take a boat tour to the Similans Islands.

The Similan Islands are a group of 9 islands with beautiful beaches and world class dive sites.  The boat is big and relaxing, the diving is amazing with lots of tropical fish, and the scenery is beautiful with white sand beaches.

You will do 2 dives, with your own instructor.  Your scuba instructor will make sure that you are safe, and comfortable, and that you get the most out of your day scuba diving. The time in the pool will really show it's benefits here as you find yourself relaxing and enjoying the amazing sights around you.  When it's safe to do so, your instructor may take a couple of pictures of you underwater that you can post on your instagram or facebook page.

On the boat there is a cooked breakfast, delicious lunch, afternoon snacks and soft drinks, all included in the tour price.

We want you to be safe during your tour.  If you have any heart or lung problems such as high blood pressure or asthma, you will need to get a note from a doctor saying that it is safe for you to dive.  Similarly if you are taking medication for long term conditions such as diabetes or epilepsy, you should get a doctors note.  

If you are in any doubt as to whether a medical condition requires a doctors consent, please ask us, we'll be happy to help.

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