What is Freediving?

Freediving is a captivating and exhilarating underwater activity that involves diving on a single breath, without the use of scuba gear or breathing apparatus. It is an ancient practice that has evolved into a modern sport and recreational activity. In freediving, divers rely on their own lung capacity and breath-holding abilities to explore the depths of the ocean or other bodies of water.

Freediving is not just about reaching impressive depths; it’s also about connecting with the underwater world and experiencing a profound sense of tranquility and freedom. It requires mental and physical discipline, as well as proper techniques for breath control, equalization, and relaxation.

During a freedive, divers can encounter stunning marine life, vibrant coral reefs, and underwater landscapes that are otherwise inaccessible. It is a way to intimately interact with the ocean and witness its beauty firsthand. Whether it’s for recreational enjoyment, underwater photography, or competitive purposes, freediving offers a unique and unforgettable experience.

With proper training and safety precautions, freediving can be enjoyed by people of all skill levels. It promotes self-awareness, mindfulness, and a deep appreciation for the marine environment. So, if you’re seeking an extraordinary adventure beneath the waves, freediving might just be the perfect choice for you.

PADI basic Freediver

The PADI Basic Freediver Course is the first level of certification, and it’s suitable for beginners and anyone aged 12 years or over. The Basic Freediver course occurs in a pool or confined open water (a body of open water that offers pool-like conditions).

PADI Freediver

The PADI Freediver course introduces students to static, dynamic, and constant weight freediving knowledge and skills and can be taken by anyone who is at least 15 years old. The goals set out for Freedivers are as follows:

PADI Advanced Freediving

The PADI Advanced Freediver course continues the development of freedivers who have mastered the fundamental knowledge and skills for static, dynamic, and constant weight freediving. It is intended for freediving enthusiasts who wish to progress by furthering their knowledge and skills. The PADI Advanced Freediver Course is available to anyone aged 15 years and over who is certified as a PADI Freediver.

Equalization courses

If your ears start to hurt and you are stuck at the same depth then you need a compensation course.
Compensation is crucial and really important to make your dives safer , more enjoyable and deeper, surely this is a course you need to improve your freediving skills and knowledge…