Why You Should Learn to SCUBA In Costa Rica

Scuba diving is a sport that allows people to exercise while they explore the beauty of the oceans around them. Many people find the idea of scuba diving a bit nerve wracking, since it is performed deep underwater. However, scuba diving can actually be quite safe, when a person is taught properly. Learning to dive by taking a course can help to ensure proper instruction and safety and can make new divers feel more comfortable. These diving courses are taught around the world, but some of the best places to learn to scuba are in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica’s Dive Community

Costa Rica Diving CommunityOne of the best reasons to learn to scuba in Costa Rica is because Costa Rica has a large diving community. Many people travel to this country in order to experience the bountiful marine life that Costa Rica’s waters offer. This large diving community means that new divers have many options when it comes to diving schools and instructors, even within Rich Coast Diving. Some people may even want to take a scuba course over again with a friend or family member, and Rich Coast Diving is more than happy to accommodate these requests.

In addition, because of its rich scuba diving history, many of the world’s most experienced divers live in Costa Rica. Some of these divers are the instructors at Rich Coast Diving, which means that new divers will be learning from divers who are extremely experienced in the sport. Students can feel free to ask any questions they might have, and can also gain knowledge from an instructor’s personal experiences.

Open Water Training Dive Sites

When learning to dive, some of the course work takes place at home and some of the work takes place at the school and in the school pool. However, the final part of learning to scuba dive usually involves several training dives. In some areas, these dives are performed in deep lakes, but the most ideal place for training dives is, of course, the ocean. Costa Rica scuba diving is perfect for these training dives. The country is littered with many gorgeous beaches from which the dives can take place. The tropical waters are warm and inviting. The waters around the country also tend to be relatively calm, which makes it easier for new divers to learn from the dive and absorb the experience, instead of becoming frightened.

Costa Rica Marine Life

Costa Rica Diving Marine LifeCosta Rica scuba diving also gives new divers a view into all the exotic marine life that the ocean has to offer. This country boasts some of the most diverse and amazing marine life on the planet, including hundreds of different types of corals, many coral dwelling creatures such as shrimp and starfish, many types of colorful tropical fish and also larger, more majestic fish such as manta rays. The clear waters around the country mean that divers can easily view these creatures in their natural habitats.

After learning to dive safely and becoming certified, new divers who learn to scuba in Costa Rica can begin their diving adventure right away. Costa Rica’s many pristine diving spots make it simple for even the most beginner divers to start exploring the ocean. Because of the rich, beautiful waters and marine life, Costa Rica scuba diving often instills a lifelong love of the hobby, and many people find themselves returning to scuba in Costa Rica’s waters again and again after their initial training.

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