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Dive into the depths of the ocean and discover a whole new world. Are you ready to take the plunge?

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Uncover the Depths

Welcome to Easy Diver, where the underwater adventure begins! Whether you're a thrill-seeker or a curious explorer, SCUBA diving offers a gateway to a mesmerizing world beneath the waves.

Discover the thrill of breathing underwater and exploring vibrant marine life. At Easy Diver, we're here to guide you through the exhilarating journey of becoming SCUBA-certified.

Join us in unraveling the mysteries of the deep blue sea. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable experience that will leave you breathless, in the best way possible.

6+ Million

Active SCUBA Divers Worldwide

3-4 Days

To Complete Your SCUBA Certification

Over 70%

Of the Earth's Surface Is Water

Curious About SCUBA?

If you enjoy snorkeling but want to see more, discover the thrill of breathing underwater and exploring the depths of the ocean with SCUBA diving.

It's a unique experience that opens up a whole new world of adventure!

When proper safety procedures are followed, SCUBA diving is generally safe. Training focuses heavily on safety protocols and emergency procedures.

SCUBA diving is generally considered one of the easier recreational activities to learn.

The basic skills involve floating, kicking, and breathing. However, you'll need to become proficient with the equipment and safety procedures. 

Most certification agencies require you to be at least 10-15 years old, in reasonably good health, and able to swim.

While you should be comfortable in the water, you don't need to be an Olympic-level swimmer. Basic swimming skills are usually sufficient.

This is a common concern. Instructors are trained to help students overcome anxiety and build confidence gradually in shallow water before progressing deeper.


The mask creates an air space in front of your eyes, allowing you to see clearly underwater. It's worn over your eyes and nose, creating a seal against your face.

Fins are worn on your feet to help you move efficiently through water, increasing your speed and agility.

The snorkel is a breathing tube that allows you to breathe while swimming face-down on the surface, conserving tank air before and after dives.

The BCD is a crucial piece of equipment that helps control your buoyancy underwater.

It's worn like a vest and connects to your air tank.

By adding or releasing air into the BCD, you can adjust your position in the water column, achieving neutral buoyancy for effortless swimming or ascending/descending as needed. 

The regulator is what allows you to breathe underwater.

It connects to your tank and delivers air to your mouth when you inhale.

The regulator has two stages: the first stage attaches to the tank and reduces the high-pressure air, while the second stage (the mouthpiece) further reduces the pressure to ambient levels for breathing.

An octopus, or backup regulator, is usually included for emergencies.

A dive computer is a wrist-worn device that tracks crucial information during your dive.

It monitors your depth, dive time, ascent rate, and calculates decompression status.

This helps you dive safely by providing real-time data on how long you can stay at certain depths and when you need to ascend.

Some advanced models also track air consumption, navigation and water temperature.

A wetsuit provides thermal insulation to keep you warm underwater.

Made of neoprene, it traps a thin layer of water between your skin and the suit, which your body then warms.

Wetsuits come in various thicknesses for different water temperatures. To use it, simply put it on before the dive, ensuring a snug fit to maximize its insulating properties.

The scuba air tank, also known as a diving cylinder or diving tank, is a crucial piece of equipment that stores compressed breathing gas for divers.

Dive operators typically provide air tanks to divers as part of their rental equipment or dive package. 

Air tanks are usually made of either aluminum or steel and come in various sizes and pressure ratings.

The most common tank for recreational diving is the aluminum 80 (AL80), which holds approximately 77 cubic feet of air at 3000 psi (pounds per square inch).

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Certification Agencies

PADI is one of the oldest and most widely recognized diving organizations globally.

It offers a comprehensive range of courses from beginner to professional levels and has a presence in over 180 countries.

Founded in 1970, SSI is another major certification agency present in more than 110 countries.

It offers flexible training programs and free online theoretical courses for basic levels.

NAUI is one of the oldest scuba certification agencies, known for its rigorous training standards.

SDI is a more modern agency that emphasizes online learning and technological integration in its courses.

BSAC is the largest diving club in the world and the governing body of recreational diving in the UK.

Best Places To Dive

Indonesia: Known for its incredible biodiversity, Indonesia offers diverse diving experiences across its 17,000 islands. Notable areas include Raja Ampat, Komodo, and Lembeh Strait. Indonesia is part of the Coral Triangle and home to over 3,000 marine species.

Mexico: With two contrasting coastlines, Mexico has Caribbean reefs along the Yucatan Peninsula and Cozumel, as well as cenotes. On the Pacific side, you can find drift dives, mantas, and migrating humpbacks at Socorro Island.

Philippines: Famous for its marine life experiences, the Philippines has thresher sharks in Malapascua, dugongs in Palawan, whale sharks in Donsol, and sardine bait balls in Moalboal. Anilao is known for macro photography opportunities.

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador: This remote ecosystem is home to unique marine life, including schooling hammerheads, molas, mantas, and endemic species like marine iguanas and Galapagos penguins.

Belize: The Blue Hole is one of the most famous dive sites in the world, with crystal-clear waters and the chance to see various shark species.

Thailand: Offers numerous dive sites including Phuket, Ko Tao, and the Similan Islands. Ko Tao is particularly known as an affordable place for beginners to learn scuba diving.

French Polynesia: The Tuamotu Archipelago, particularly Rangiroa's Tiputa Pass, is known for its clear waters and diverse marine life, including dolphins.

Fiji: Home to 42% of the world's coral species, Fiji has colorful soft corals and shark diving opportunities in Beqa Lagoon.

Palau: Known for its diverse marine ecosystems and WWII wrecks.

Florida Keys: Provides accessible diving with coral reefs and shipwrecks.

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Underwater Wonders

Curious about what you'll see underwater? Learn about all the exciting creatures and marine life below the surface.

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Majestic Marine Life

Witness the beauty of colorful coral reefs and encounter fascinating sea creatures.

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Night Dive Adventure

A whole other world emerges after dark. Experience the magic of the underwater world under the shimmering moonlight.

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Wreck Exploration

So much history lies below the water - from WWII wrecks to sunken merchant ships - many of which are preserved in pristine condition.

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Get ready to plunge into the depths of excitement and adventure with our guides to all things SCUBA. Stay tuned for lots more to come!

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