Scuba Diving Lessons Maui
Maui scuba diving for beginners is the best way for you to try a new activity and leave behind the stresses of everyday life. Take your scuba diving lessons with Banyan Tree Divers and disconnect from your daily life in a completely different world. Choosing a Maui activity like scuba diving can help to relax your mind and rejuvenate your spirit. So take a break from your daily routine, book a Maui vacation, and choose scuba Maui with Banyan Tree Divers.
Scuba diving with us from the shore is the best Maui scuba diving for beginners. Meet us in Lahaina to see why this is the number one choice to discover Maui diving and learn about Hawaii’s underwater world. Maui gets blessed with almost year-round optimal conditions in sunny Lahaina, Kaanapali, and Kapalua. Maui diving means you will see an array of colorful Hawaiian marine life, such as sea turtles, octopus, tropical reef fish, and fields of coral reef.
4 Tips for Beginner Maui Scuba Diving
Before you arrive on Maui, check with your doctor to make sure you are medically-fit for scuba diving. If you are not very physically active, try to prepare yourself by going for brisk walks or light jogs. Try to start this routine at least two weeks before your beginner scuba diving lesson. Then you will develop extra stamina and be able to focus on learning to scuba dive.
Learn to Relax in the Water
Maui scuba diving for beginners means learning on the surface and underwater. After your dive briefing, you will be in the ocean the whole time. You will breathe from your regulator on the surface before making a descent into shallow water to continue the basic scuba diving lessons. This extra time will help you relax in the water and enjoy the moment.
Ask Questions About Your Scuba Equipment
Your professional and attentive PADI instructor from Banyan Tree Divers Maui will clearly explain to you all aspects of beginner scuba diving. You will learn how to use your scuba equipment properly, and most importantly, what not to do. But it is not always easy to remember all of this new information. So, ask your instructor questions and learn how to use your equipment before entering the ocean.
Be Mindful of Your Breathing
The universal most crucial rule in scuba diving is never to hold your breath. But it’s common for beginner divers to forget about exhaling. That is a problem because the air in your lungs determines your positioning in the water. If you hold your breath, you will float up, sometimes back to the surface. Be mindful of your breathing and tell yourself to make bubbles. Maui scuba diving for beginners is best when you dive at the same depth as the rest of your group.
Maui scuba diving for beginners welcomes everyone to learn on Maui. Banyan Tree Divers welcomes new divers of all comfort and experience levels. If you do not know how to swim, we recommend private Maui scuba diving lessons. All of our guests will be under the guidance of an experienced, attentive, and professional PADI instructor. Our goal is to ensure that every beginner diver gets to experience the magic of Maui in a safe environment. All you have to do is pack your bags, get on a flight, and meet us at the beach.
Please note that learning to scuba dive is an experience program only and does not qualify for any scuba certification. However, it may be possible to use your beginner dive as credit towards earning the PADI Open Water Diver certification. If you want to get certified on Maui, check our PADI certification courses section for more details about learning to scuba dive.