Preparation for the PADI IDC on Seaventures Dive Rig with Divemaster Jocelyn Hoon.
Freediving is a popular new way to explore what is beneath the wave, staying as long as you can hold your breath.
Commonly known as ‘sea gypsies’, or ‘Bajau Laut’, these communities are found living in stilt huts and boats, known as ‘lepa lepa’, right across the Celebes Sea (and within Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Myanmar – although many are deemed to be stateless)
Sipadan is the only oceanic island in Malaysia. It was formed by coral growing on an extinct volcano that rises 600m from the continental shelf. Sipadan took thousands of years to develop and is in the centre of one of the richest marine habitats in the world – at least 3000 fish species, and hundreds of coral species have been recorded at Sipadan.
Seaventures Bi-Monthly Underwater Photo & Video Competition – Winners Announced
Mangroves are vitally important for coral growth and formation, and for the fish that live on them.
Ready to take your scuba diving adventure to the next level? Sign up for PADI IDC with Seaventures Dive Rig. The PADI IDC (Instructor Development Course) will start on the 8th June towards 19th June. The Instructors Examination (PADI IE) in Semporna town will be on the 21st -22nd June.