Nomad Diving School

Come spend an unforgettable day aboard the Iluna sailboat

First dive
dive

We will ship at the port of Hyères at 9:00 for a sailing to the island of Porquerolles , where you make your first dive or snorkeling .

Snorkeling to
sailing

We will offer you an aperitif and you can prepare your lunch or enjoy your picnic at anchor.

PADI
Training

ADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the first and largest diving organization in the world.PADI has certified more than 10,000,000 divers in the world.

Prices:

Scuba Diving ): 95 €

snorkeling Hiking ): 65 €


Open water diver

The OPEN WATER DIVER is the most recognized and respected qualification in the world, this level will allow you to dive up to 18 meters in autonomy.

Conditions of participation :

To be 10 years old. 
Medical certificate required. 
To be SCUBA DIVER.

Recent Post

5 Rules for Scuba Divers: Scuba Diving is Fun, but Make Sure you are Safe

Does anybody know who a landlubber is? A landlubber is a person who has the least idea of the fun and joy that diving and other sea sports can give you. This is simply to motivate people to try scuba diving as this is one of the best sports that you can every play. Having said this, for all you scuba-freaks, you probably know the fun part that is involved in diving, but at the same time, it is important that you also know the risk that is involved in this water sport. So here are some of the tips that you must remember if you are a scuba diver:

Scuba Divers

5 Scuba Diving Rules that you should never forget:

Scuba Diving Gear:

A diver must have a proper diving kit. This is the first thing that you have to take into account in the event that you are going to dive. The diver’s gear should comprise of the things that he will require inside water. He will have to carry things for an unwarranted situation that he might probably have to encounter inside water. In case if a diver is forgetting something he is taking the risk at the cost of his life. So a diving gear is pretty much important for a scuba diver.

Breath-control:

It is good if you are a person with good breath control inside water but the case is quite different till you touch the surface of the water. Inside water, it is a must that you control your breath. However it is not correct to do the same while you are diving, that is the time between elevating yourself from the land and landing into the water. Controlling your breath during this interval might provoke suffocation.

Practice well:

Make sure that you have had enough training before getting into the actual event. You are not supposed to dive unless you become well trained and qualified enough to do so. The trouble with most enthusiasts is that they get to the actual event without experiencing the true colors of water. This might be risky for the life of the person. Also, make a note of the age limit and get into the appropriate zone.

Stop when you have to:

It is great to be experimental but again not at the cost of risking your life. The trainers usually instruct their trainees to stop at a particular level after diving into the water. Unless you are professionally into scuba diving or need calls for, you are not supposed to go beyond the prescribed limit. It is usually 15 feet deep and anything more than that, the zone becomes restricted to diving. This limit is called the safety stop, and a diver is supposed to hold himself right there.

A dive computer:

If there is someone along with you all through the process of diving and guiding you through the dos and don’ts, wouldn’t that be great? That is the role of a dive computer. Almost all divers are expected to dive along with a dive computer so that the computer can monitor the depth and the pressure and help the diver with the next move he probably has to make. This is very must helpful for first-timers and new-comers.

Top 5 Dive Sites in the World that you Need to Explore

If you are a scuba diver, when do you last remember diving and which is your favorite spot? Most people probably aren’t aware of the best sites that are meant for scuba diving. If you into water sports, especially scuba diving, you shouldn’t miss out the top 5 diving spots that are stated below.

Dive Sites in the World

1.     Blue Heron Bridge:

America undoubtedly has the best sites when it comes to diving. From shore diving to plain diving, the US is filled with a lot of places to visit them. When it comes to scuba diving, the best place in the whole of America to experience the beauty of the underwater world is the Blue Heron Bridge that is located in Riviera Beach, Florida.

2.     Barracuda Point:

The Barracuda Point is located in the Sipadan Island that belongs to the Malaysian territory. The place is so beautiful and stunning that no matter who picks the top 5 sites, the list has a place for Barracuda point. It is, in fact, one of the most commonly visited places by divers. The diversity of marine life that is found underwater here are nowhere to be found. That’s what makes this point unique.

3.     Blue Corner Wall:

The Blue Corner Wall diving point is located in Palau, Micronesia. But where is Micronesia? Haven’t heard of it before? Micronesia is a place located in the Pacific Ocean and is a mainland that comprises of four island states. So the next time you are looking for a spot where you can dive you must consider Blue corner wall.  You are sure to end up with an amazing experience.

4.     Kona Mantas Big Island:

Like we stated earlier, America has the best places in the world where you can dive. One such beauty of the United States is Kona Mantas Big Island that is located in Hawaii, USA. It will give such a wonderful experience as the place has a reputation for itself. Most people who visit this place expressly state that Kona Mantas Big Island gives them the most memorable experience of their lives. It is too bad if you are a diver and you haven’t stepped into Hawaii yet.

5.     The Yongala:

The Yongala is located on the outskirts of Australia. It is situated on the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Yongala is one of the best diving spots across the world. The ecstasy that you experience here is something that you can find nowhere else. A large number of mysteries surround the Yongala waters and find the mystery for yourself personally.

Apart from the sites that are listed above, there are a lot of other sites as well. One cannot probably name them all. We tried to cover different parts of the world and chose to narrow down the list to the places mentioned above as they are some of the most visited sites and most loved by scuba divers as well. So do not get offended if you are favorite site isn’t listed here and do take the time to visit these sites too if you haven’t visited them before.

For the rich, there is therapy. For the rest of us, there is SCUBA DIVING!

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