SEALS, SHARKS & KELP FORESTS
http://www.accomacinn.com/?falos=24option-com-erfahrungen The best reason to learn to freedive in Cape Town is being able to freedive with the abundance of large and small marine life living in these waters. When ocean conditions are good, we arrange fun freedives… with the seals and the cow sharks being the most popular options. These are typically shore dives led by one or more instructors. Safety is of the utmost importance to us, so to join these dives you will need to have completed a course with us or provide proof that you have completed a freediving certification course elsewhere. If you have a partner who does not freedive, but would like to join us as a snorkeler then this may be possible depending on the dive site and the conditions. We only do one fun freedive per day due to the cold water conditions.strategia opzioni binarie bollinger rsi
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The course was exactly what I had always wanted it to be, and what a freediving course should be. It doesn’t skimp out on, or water down the safety side of things.
The team at Cape Town Freediving are absolutely fantastic. They’re so good at taking complete beginners and getting them comfortable with freediving.