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It's very easy to define Freediving. It is diving without scuba.
... It is almost impossible to describe Freediving ...
"I have done my preparation. Nothing distracted me anymore. It was me and my breathing as I lay at the surface holding on to the float. I was ready. I took final deep breath. My lungs and tissues was oxygen filled as I calmly started to descend. I kicked once or twice with my monofins until I did not have to kick anymore. Pure force of gravity pulled me deeper and deeper into the blue.
It's silent as I go deeper. The scuba divers at 30 meters go unnoticed as I pass them. I am one with the ocean, one with the environment. I am home"
Akim Adhari, after a freedive to 103 meters in the Bluehole, Dahab 2009
Blue Immersion invites you to join the adventure and the exploration of the depths of the underwater world through Freediving.
Blue Immersion adapts each course to each student’s limits and demands by listening and monitoring each student; in order to provide the best satisfaction, maximum freedom and performance.
There are as many freedivers as there are reasons to freedive. So no matter if you are a beginner or an already experienced freediver - if you freedive for fitness, to be a part of the wonders of the underworld world or if you intent do compete in freediving, Blue Immersion offers something for you.
We welcome you to Blue Immersion and to what is not just a sport or activity –
it's a lifestyle!
Koh Tao, a small tropical island with incredible snorkeling and scuba diving where divers often meet whale sharks. A rich jungle in the centre and surrounded by remarkably quiet, palm tree laced beaches. Little more than 21 km in size, it is located about 70 km east of the coastline between Suratthani and Chumphon, in the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Tao translates as Turtle Island, because in the past the waters teemed with sea turtles. Nowadays they have moved on to new breeding grounds since travelers and tourists enjoy Koh Tao's beaches instead.
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