The Diving Industry Stands Tall Irrespective of Change in Global Weather

Posted by hussain96 on May 5th, 2017

Diving – also known as scuba diving is one of the important components of marine tourism. Its training became commercialised and internationalised in the 1930s, however developed in a serious way since 1967 and today represents a multibillion dollar tourism industry across the globe. Assumed as safe and affordable, scuba diving is one of the world’s fastest growing recreational sports. Considering its popularity, scuba diving is now being carried out in various areas across the globe. The number of tourists visiting Indonesia, Mexico, Bay Island, Bahamas, California and Florida has suddenly increased in the last few years, as the world’s best scuba diving sites are found here. Consequently, restaurants, lodging and transportation industries are also booming in these regions, thereby creating a good growth of tourism.

Diving Tourism: Benefits

One of the most important benefits of scuba diving is that it is not necessary for the divers to know swimming. It is safe and with prior training anyone can do scuba diving. Almost half of the world is fighting with blood pressure due to changing lifestyles, and scuba diving helps in reducing the blood pressure. According to a research, people who dive frequently are likely to have less chance of strokes and heart attacks. Diving improves concentration. It needs a lot of attention to control the muscles so that flora and fauna would not get damaged while exploring marine life through diving. Diving relieves stress. Underwater is a very soothing experience which makes tourists forget their work pressures, personal problems and anxiety which automatically takes the stress out of their lives. Scuba diving is the best option for cardiovascular workout. During diving each muscle needs oxygen and the heart provides it through blood in a smooth way. Diving needs prior training. In order to take the training tourists have to join diving clubs or undertake specialised certificate courses where they get an opportunity to meet new people who can be their life-long friends. Besides these new friends would be a diver’s great support system during their actual diving in an ocean. Last but not the least, tourists would be able to enjoy the natural beauty of marine life. Only divers can enjoy underwater beauty to its fullest.

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Diving Tourism: Drivers and Restraints

One of the interesting factors which is driving the growth of diving tourism is underwater wedding ceremonies. In many countries underwater weddings are legalised, therefore many couples are now coming forward to celebrate their special moment underwater, which is boosting the global diving tourism sector. Rising awareness among people about fitness is also creating a robust development in the diving tourism sector. Usual underwater workout sometimes doesn’t interest people who do it on a daily basis. However, scuba diving not only tones the muscles and keeps your heart healthy but also soothes the mind and brain. This particular factor is attracting a large number of diving lovers to places that are assumed as the best places for diving tourism. The new trend in this series is many Hollywood celebs like Jessica Alba, Sandra Bullock, Katie Holmes and Nina Dobrev are going in for this new workout that is scuba diving to keep themselves fit with a well-toned body. These celebs have inspired a lot of people who are now going for a trip where they can dive. This passion to follow the celebs is also creating lucrative development in the diving tourism sector. However, at times, poor gas management, equipment misuse and rough water conditions can cause life threatening risks. These risks associated with scuba diving may hamper the growth of diving tourism.  

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Diving Tourism: Outlook 

Although diving is an important tourism sector that is generating billions of dollars worldwide, the issue of climate change and its consequences will certainly have an adverse impact on the growth of diving tourism in future. However, the diving industry has the potential to stay strong even in the backdrop of global climate change.

Diving Tourism: Worldwide Diving Destinations

Sipadan Island in Malaysia, Cape Kri in Indonesia, Thistlegorm in Egyptian Red Sea, The Yongala, Queensland in Australia, Barracuda Point, and Manta Ray Night Dive in Hawaii are some of the famous scuba diving sites in the world.

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