Scuba diving and healthy hair are not always a great combination. So how to care for your hair when scuba diving? It’s a popular and sometimes frustrating topic of conversation among scuba girls. Over the years, I learned a few lessons when it comes to my hair and the ocean. Click here to learn more about my hair tips for scuba diving!
From the ancient Greeks to the violent Vikings and even present-day local fishermen: tales about sea monsters have been a part of human culture for as long as we can remember. Are those fears rational? How scary are these sea monsters really?
Scuba diving, just like any activity with a certain level of risk, has many do’s and don’ts. This list is a combination of things divers tend to ‘forget’ as their experience grows, and things that may not be so obvious to every diver. These are 10 things you should never do in scuba diving!
Even if you know nothing about seahorses, they’re pretty loveable. Just look at their curly tails, tiny fins and horse shaped head! But did you know seahorses have a lot more to offer than just their pretty looks? So hold your horses, because you’re about to love them even more!
Many divers look at their dive instructor and think that (s)he’s living the dream. Living in paradise, diving every day and getting paid for it. There are certainly many attractive things about working as a dive pro. But if these are the only reasons why you consider a career in diving you may have to think twice, because there’s a lot more to it.
Muck diving. It doesn’t sound very appealing, but it’s more exciting than you may think. The creatures you’ll find on a muck dive are the closest thing to aliens on this planet. But they don’t give themselves away easily! Besides that, muck diving comes with a few challenges. Read all about this underwater treasure hunt, and why I love it so much.
We’re all stuck at home. The reason why sucks, but let’s be honest: there are far worse things than just sitting on your sofa for a while. There are already many lists circulating on the internet with amazing ideas on how to keep yourself busy during quarantine. Here’s my little contribution, specifically for scuba divers or anyone who misses the ocean.