The best definition of diving is perhaps the activity of seeing the beauty of the underwater world. For some divers, it is always intriguing and excited to discover the living creatures undersea. For the others, diving is a way of finding peace, relaxing and forgetting the bustling of the city.

Regardless of the reasons and purposes of diving, one must be aware of the responsibility towards the social and natural environmental. For their outstanding marine life and attractive sea creatures, Dozens of Bali diving spots are constantly visited by guests from all around the world. Are you planning to dive in Bali’s best diving spots? If so, here are several things you better know as a fundamental for your upcoming experience.

How to behave when visiting Bali Diving Spots

Act like a real “diver”

Diving is one of the most exciting underwater sports. Eventhough it is also consider as a recreational activity, you still need to adjust your experience level in order to have a successful diving experience. It is important not to over push your ability limit.

Please be advised that the term ‘diving’ here means scuba diving whereas the equipment plays an essential role. So, for your own safety, please put up the right gears and listen to the instructions and regulations from the diving crew cautiously. 

The magnificence of the marine life at almost all diving spots in Bali will absolutely make you want to capture everything you see while exploring them, but please keep in mind that you are there for diving, not photographing. Just snap some pictures and enjoy the rest directly with your eyes.

Worship the Seaworld / Marine Life

Always remember that you are only a visitor in the home of bazillion sea creatures. Therefore, you should and have to watch out for your etiquettes. Unlike the land you walk in everyday, the seabed is filled with corals that you must not touch, especially to be stepped on. This also apply to all objects you see under the sea, including the fishes that probably are approaching you. Bringing unnecessary things aside from your diving and safety equipments will also damage the ocean for the chemicals substances they carry.

Read More: Diving with the Divine: Meet Bali’s Underwater Buddha

Respect the Locals around Bali Diving Spots

Once you have decided to start your journey in Diving Sites of Bali, you must also know a little bit of the community. Famous for being friendly does not mean that Balinese are welcoming each visitor. The large number of tourist in Bali and their diverse behavior turn out to be slightly annoying for the local residents.

Obviously, you do not want to be such a bad guest during your stay at diving spots you are in at  Bali. Building a good communication by means of learning some local lingo is the best way to win the heart of Balinese. Respecting Balinese also means taking what they give to you. A gift in the form of food or beverages is one kind of Balinese warmth.

Please follow and like us:
error

Written by