Diving is a wonderful, lifelong family activity and the resorts that are included in the Maduro diving packages provide each member with the variety they need to enjoy their vacation. So whether a family is of 2 or 22 members, every member of the family enjoys the vacation. In fact it does not matter if the family is a mix of divers and non-divers, very active or relaxed, or traveling with teenagers, children, grandparents or siblings, a selection of resorts with family programs is provided.
The Maduro diver packs it includes more than thirty-nine countries, 225-plus resorts and operators and more than 48 living boards. One can collect it in any way, the Maduro Dive packages have the vacation one dreams about. Various dive and adventure tour packages are offered at low cost for the Caribbean, Latin America, Asia, Pacific and Africa. In each case someone from Maduro has personally visited and visited each destination and is familiar with the hotels, and the dive and adventure tour operators. They are in a unique position to be a representative and wholesale tour company, which greatly benefits its customers. In fact all the staff are knowledgeable and are well trained travel agents and certified divers. Here one should note that the pricing of the package is affected by the international exchange rates.
Scientists, naturalists and tourists have explored these areas for decades, and only then certified these places as diving destinations. Once the boat is boarded by the travelers, and after they have settled down, the manager on board and the guide summarize the week ahead and explain the rules of engagement, which eventually serve to preserve the wildlife too. On land one must stay on the marked trail, and any kind of touching or harassment of the animals is strictly prohibited, no matter how tame and friendly they appear.
The temperature of the water depends on the time of year, the location of the archipelago and the dominant current of the ocean. Water temperatures can range from a high of 70 degrees Fahrenheit to below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, which is actually cold for the equator.
These types of diving are done in small dinghies or pangas that are launched from yachts. Most of the dives are done as drift dives, where everyone rolls in the water together and the panga driver follows the balloon, along a predetermined route. All divers must carry a safety flag which is available on the respective yachts. These safety flags can be purchased at the local dive store.
It is always the thrill of diving that drives one forward. As one climbs and dons the panga, and heads out across the open water to the dive site, it makes one feel like one has just stepped into a Discovery Channel Special or even a documentary. Jacques Cousteau.
The various attractions that include whale calls, shark sightings make these Maduro dive packages even more attractive.
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