They are the most beautiful animals in the world. I love learning more and more about dolphins everyday, I have swam with dolphins two times in hawaii and in the bahamas, they are the most playful creatures that you could every imagne, their so nice and love to get attention by humans and other aquatic creatures. They are such fast swimmers and high jumpers, its amazing to see. I hope one day I will become a dolphin and trainer and study more about them and swim with them all the time.
Zanzibar snorkeling is fantastic for anyone who loves adventure and interacting with turtles, dolphins, and tropical reef fish while taking in pristine beach scenery. The area is a wonderful place to snorkel with several breathtaking snorkeling sites. When to Visit for Zanzibar Snorkeling? The best time to visit Zanzibar is between July and September, but this is also when the area is most crowded. If you don’t want to share the water with many other snorkelers, you may want to consider traveling in March.
The marine life is diverse and rich in exotic fish, large p... ... middle of paper ... ...s, onespot snapper, lion fish, schools of fusiliers, jacks, and barracudas. ALDABRA Whilst the Seychelles provides many magnificent world-class dive sites, Aldabra is the crème de crème. Divers are engulfed by extravagant sightings as soon as they submerge. The remarkable drift dive carries divers through the pass of a giant lagoon, while diving off the wall creates a setting quite unlike anything else found in the Seychelles. The only drawback to diving one of the best dive sites in the world is that reaching Aldabra can be quite an undertaking.
I enjoy fishing because it has some of both. When fishing is slow, I have the opportunity to observe the beauty all around me and time to think to myself. When the fish are practically jumping into the boat, I get to experience the excitement of reeling in one fish after the other in hopes of landing a trophy. Although planning a fishing trip can be overwhelming, and catching a fish may seem impossible, I enjoy all the preparation and strategy that goes into each fishing trip. Going fishing is not just sitting in a boat and casting a rod and reel hoping that something will bite.
Deep sea fishing is an exciting sport that many people from all walks of life can enjoy all around the world. When I have the opportunity to partake in this sport it always gets my blood pumping, and I’m as excited as a little kid in a candy store. In my experience deep sea fishing is a sport of patience; one that can teach you a lot more about life other than just snagging a big fish if you allow yourself to see the beauty in it. Once you cast out your fishing line into the ocean, it can take just a few minutes, hours or even days to catch a fish. There are many personal reasons why I go deep sea fishing.
With a quick tug, the fish surfaces and is yanked into the boat. The angler’s cheer of excitement echoes across the quiet lake as he lips an 8 pound 14 inch largemouth bass. This is the reward of a long day’s work of patience. Fishing was and is a big part of the progression of man. From feeding families to just fishing for sport, fish have played a key role in history of mankind.
First rules of safety. The okay signal, then we move forward with our teams out into this strange world of amazing beauty and unknown dangers. The silence, coupled with the neutral buoyancy, feels free and I liken it to flying, above the trees, through the mountains (reefs). Myriads of colors, the textures varied and unusual sights to behold on the floor below. Curious fishes swimming by lazily in their coast of many colors.
Despite my apprehension, after my first cold fresh water quarry dive, I could positively answer these questions and say that diving in a cold water quarry was just as rewarding as any warm water tropical dive. As a diver, I want to see diverse aquatic life and experience how they live and interact with their natural environment. In warm tropical environments divers can observe thousands of species of fish, plant, and other animals among numerous coral reefs, which are home to this never ending entertainment of wildlife. I found that a cold water quarry offers the diversity of aquatic lif... ... middle of paper ... ...ion skills. It is also very common to find training platforms that have been put in the quarry for divers to practice basic dive techniques.
The temperature of the water as it swirled around my ankles was not too cold and not too hot. The water was so clean and clear that you could see the ocean floor beneath your feet. Once in a while a huge chunk of seaweed would get wrapped around my toes and it reminded me much of a legendary sea monster swallowing its victim. The sun bounced off of the water’s surface, glimmering like a shiny crystal. Perhaps ... ... middle of paper ... ...autiful and exciting place.