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Keep Diving Into Your 80’s With Proven Safety Tips

Diving is a wonderful sport that over 2.3 million people worldwide enjoy on a regular basis. It’s easy to see why, as diving brings participants to some of the most beautiful places on the planet like the Protea Banks, exposing you to exotic wildlife rarely seen outside nature documentaries. Diving can be as exhilarating as tackling a black diamond ski slope, while being much easier on the body, enabling many divers to enjoy the sport well into later years of life. In order to take advantage of the gifts diving can offer, it is important to practice safety on each and every dive.

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Upping Your Mental Skills to Dive like a Pro

When you shark dive you will find yourself immersed in an unfamiliar environment with little other than your equipment and skills keeping you out of harm’s way. Thanks to an incline in adventure tourism, more people are taking to shark diving than ever before. Regardless of your diving aspirations, you have to start with the basics, taking your time to learn the ropes before exploring the great unknown. As a novice diver, it is of utmost importance to not only be physically fit, but mentally strong as well. The following guidelines will help you become a more proficient shark diver while exploring the lively waters along the south coast of KZN.

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