It is significant to ensure that your diving adventures are ethical and responsible. Keep in mind that in order to protect and preserve the ocean, we have to make sure we know about the effects of our activities. Here are 5 things you can do to manage a sustainable dive practice:
Gather any litter you find on your dive. Take away fishing lines, debris, and hooks from the seabed that endangers both humans and marine species.
Try not to torment or disturb marine life. You are but a visitor to their home. Give them some respect.
Support the local economy. Explore outside your lodging and dive resort. Be that as it may, while it is essential to help local industry, do not buy handicrafts or souvenirs produced using objects taken from the seabed.
Habit to practice: Do not touch anything when you dive. Try not to gather shells, clutch onto coral to steady yourself, and take live marine creatures.
Blacklist restaurants or eateries that serve endangered marine species, or any species caught from inhumane and destructive methods.