How old does one need to be to dive?
At least 10 years of age.
Is there any maximum age limit?
While you must be at least 10 years of age to dive, you can never be too old to attempt it.
Is it a difficult sport to learn?
No, it isn’t. If you’re comfortable in the water and can swim it will be a walk in the park. However, if you aren’t any of those two things, our instructors will make sure you are comfortable to a level where you can enjoy it as well.
Is it dangerous?
No, it isn’t. Whenever injuries do occur though, it is only because careful attention wasn’t paid during training or the instructor wasn’t certified.
Why do my ears hurt when I dive down?
This usually happens when the water pressure on your eardrums aren’t equal. While training with us you will learn techniques to correct this phenomenon which may help you when you are on your next flight too.
I wear contact lens, will that be a problem?
Not at all. Make sure your face mask is fastened correctly so that water doesn’t fill up in them and you will be fine.
What should a diver never do before diving?
Never drink and dive, never eat a big meal before you dive and never lie about any medical condition you may have to your dive instructor before you dive.
What does PADI stand for?
Professional Association of Diving Instructors. Know more at http://www.padi.com.
Can health conditions prevent me from diving?
While anyone who is reasonably fit and in good health can scuba dive, there are some who cannot. For example, pregnant women should not dive, while people with a history of lung disease or injury must consult their physician before diving.
Do I need to book in advance and if so, how far?
If you don’t want to be at the receiving end of a fully booked diving schedule, it is advisable to book in advance.
What do I need to carry with me when I come?
A bathing suit, towel, toiletries, T-shirts, shorts, and sunscreen lotion.
Is it possible for a non-diver to go onboard a dive boat?
Non-divers and snorkelers are welcome to join the trip. Do bear in mind though that most of these trips are designed primarily for diving, not snorkelling. Please call us at +91-7042294340 for the exact details.
Is it necessary to be a good swimmer or an experienced diver to scuba dive?
No, it is not;
Am I allowed to dive with breasts implants or while I’m on my monthly cycle?
Yes, it is okay. While diving abroad however or in other local waters, it may be wise to check with the concerned party before you dive in.
Can I scuba dive while pregnant?
No, you can not.
Can I arrange for a pick-up at my hotel?
Yes, Please contact us for exact details.
Can group bookings avail discounts?
Yes, they can.
The photos of my dive are included or do I have to purchase them?
Photos & Videos of your dive will be available for viewing after your dive and are included in the package.
Does a diving instructor accompany everyone on the trip?
Yes, as we take safety very seriously.
What is the duration of the drive?
A dive usually lasts an average of 25 min, sometimes a little less or more depending on the individual’s comfort level.
What will I be able to see underwater?
Corals and a variety of tropical fish or even a shipwreck.
Will we be provided with breakfast and lunch?
You will be provided with light snacks, refreshments and lunch (biryani/fried rice) onboard.
For more queries, call/message/whatsapp us at +91-7042294340. We will be happy to help