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Why scuba diving is the best holiday activity?

Why scuba diving is the best holiday activity?

Here is a list of reasons why scuba diving is the best holiday activity to do in the world

Here we will explain why scuba diving is the best holiday activity.

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Scuba Diving versus Golf

Learning to scuba dive is much easier than trying to hit a little ball 200 metres into a hole that you can’t see.

Scuba diving does not have negative terms like slice, shank, duffed, worm burner, hit it fat, hit it thin or chilli dip. It has positive terms like awesome, unbelievable, unreal and incredible.

You don’t lose your scuba equipment in the rough.

You scuba diving club will let you scuba dive every day of the week, including weekends.

You don’t need to go on a waiting list to join a scuba diving club.

Scuba Diving talk is real: Sharks, turtles, eels, whales Golf: Birdies, Albatross, Eagle

Scuba divers don’t smash their equipment into the ground.

When scuba divers are in the sand and water that is a good thing.

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Aussie Divers Open Water Course Maria

Scuba Diving versus Snow Activities

Scuba diving is warmer, well in Phuket it is.

You can scuba dive all year round.

Learning to scuba dive doesn’t end up in broken bones.

When scuba diving the girls wear bikinis.

Water doesn’t melt.

Aussie Divers Phuket Team Lara Andre

Aussie Divers Phuket Team Lara Andre

Scuba Diving versus Tennis

Scuba diving is relaxing, who wants to run in the heat?

Scuba diving doesn’t require a break after each second game.

Scuba divers don’t throw their equipment

Scuba divers don’t grunt.

Scuba divers don’t argue with the umpire

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Aussie Divers Phuket Best Scuba Boat Darren

Why choose scuba diving?

Learning to scuba dive has immediate results or excitement and thrills.

Scuba divers live what other people dream.

Scuba diving has more sex appeal.

You are never too old to scuba dive, if you are still breathing you can scuba dive.

Scuba divers have cool certification cards that you can show your friends.

Scuba divers are at one with nature.

The sea is full of really cool creatures.

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Lara PADI Open Water Course Aussie Divers

Let’s Go Diving

By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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