We arrived to Koh Lanta Wednesday March 15th
When we arrived, we went to Kon-Tiki shop and met our tutor named Peter. We introduced ourselves to each other and then he showed us where we would stay the next 7 weeks and we liked the accommodation very much and we felt comfortable right away.
I’ve have done some pretty incredible things, such as trekking high in the Himalaya Mountains, watching the Seattle Seahawks win the Super Bowl in person, and doing the bungee swing over the Ganga River in India. But the experience I just had getting PADI certified in scuba just might top them all. It truly was a spectacular experience and would not have been possible without the wonderful staff at Kon-Tiki Lanta. Their professionalism and dedication to the sport and their clients made all the difference and I can’t thank them enough!
As you probably know Scuba Diving, although adventurous, is a very safe hobby. In fact, statistically diving is safer than driving a car, having a kid or running a marathon. And without a shadow of a doubt Scuba Diving is MUCH safer than riding a motorbike in Thailand!
Why do fish school?
Fish learn to swim together as young, first as pairs and then in larger and larger groups. You have probably seen that fish turns as quickly as a flock of birds, as this is an instinct from birth. Almost 80% of all fish species will swim together as pairs or in a group at some stage in their life.
OK, you just finished your PADI Open Water Diver Course, or maybe you have been an SCUBA diver for quite some time. Either way, I am sure there is still room to improve your overall dive skills including your buoyancy skills and air consumption.