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Scuba Diving and Snorkelling

There is no better way to explore the underwater world and marine life then with scuba diving or snorkelling. Send them or yourself on a diving experience and explore some of the world's hidden treasures. If you're up for an adventure, spearfishing on Little Barrier Island is the perfect way to experience the fastest growing watersport in NZ. For the ultimate scuba diving and underwater experience, take the plunge with the the shark snorkeling in a cage and be face-to-face to these incredible creatures. So dive in to our scuba diving and snorkelling experiences.

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What is snorkelling?

Snorkelling is where you get to put on a pair of swimming fins, a scuba mask and a snorkel, and swim over beautiful coral reefs and interesting swimming destinations.

How does snorkelling work?

Snorkelling allows you to explore the underwater world with the use of specialised equipment. A scuba mask gives you a clear picture of what is occurring under the water. Swimming fins allow you to quickly move around and see various fish, coral and other underwater creatures. A snorkel will allow you to breathe underwater for a long period of time.

What’s the difference between snorkelling & scuba diving?

Snorkelling is where a swimmer uses a breathing tube to supply themselves with a supply of fresh air above the water. Scuba diving is where an oxygen supply is taken deeper under the water and is strapped to the back of the swimmer.

How deep can you scuba dive?

The deepest you can scuba dive in recreational diving is 40 metres, however, this will be up to the discretion of the scuba provider.

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