Resort dive

Great Barrier Reef clownfish
Great Barrier Reef clownfish

What is a resort dive? Scuba diving is the best way to explore the underwater world and resort dives allow you to do it.

If you’ve always wanted to scuba dive but haven’t taken any lessons or become certified, resort diving may be the right option for you.

With resort scuba diving, you don’t need any prior scuba diving experience to begin exploring the world below the water’s surface.

While under the guidance and supervision of a dive instructor at a dive resort, you can take part in an unforgettable adventure that even your children can join.

What is needed to resort dive? Introduction to resort scuba diving can be done in a pool, on shore, on a cruise and even in open water depending on the resort.

In order to begin introductory resort dive lessons, you often need to complete a simple medical questionnaire to ensure you’re fit enough to participate.

Next, your scuba dive instructor will discuss the equipment and basics of scuba diving, such as how to clear your mask and water safety.

Some locations require your to practice in a pool prior to entering open water, while others will let you dive right in after receiving instructions.

During resort dive trips, you’ll take multiple dives to make the most of your limited time on your vacation.*

Resort Diving Requirements

Just about anyone is able to resort dive as long as you’re physically able to do so; however, there are a few requirements that must be met in order to participate in resort diving.

Even if you’re physically fit, you may not be able to resort dive if you take certain medications or have medical conditions. And, to resort scuba dive you must be able to swim.

Most resort dive travel locations require a child to be over the age of 12, so be sure to check with your resort if you’re planning on diving with your family.

After you’ve learned the basics to scuba diving and your instructor feels you’re ready to take a dive, there are many diving expeditions to choose from.

Depending on the resort, you can take expedition dives, night dives, wreckage dives, reef dives and much more.

Resort scuba diving is the ideal way to explore the world below.

Resort dive travel locations are the perfect way to get up close and personal with sea life of all kinds.

To view resort dive tours to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, click here or browse the tours on offer…