Scuba diving is different from other forms of underwater activities as it lets you stay in the water for long periods. As you will have a continuous supply of air, you will not have to venture out of the water like a whale to breathe again and again. The excitement will reach its zenith when you will see the beauty of what the seas and oceans hide within them. You will be away from the cacophony of city life while being deep inside the water, and the only sound heard while you inhale or exhale are those of marine creatures.

Scuba diving was developed for the French Navy in the mid-1940s during the Second World War by the world famous underwater explorer and conservationist, Jacques-Yves Cousteau. After the war, diving turned into a recreational sport, which has become an adventurous sport taken up by millions worldwide.