Shark Dive Xtreme – Really? (Sydney, Australia)

There was a time in my life where I was doing too many adventurous activities. I was not scared of anything. Because of my daring and rebellious attitude, I booked the shark dive at Manly Sea life – I did not think much!

On the day of the dive:

The dive was from 6 PM to 8 PM. I reached well ahead of time. There were 3 people who were waiting as well.

The dive was divided into systematic steps. Step 1 – We filled in the paperwork, Step 2 – We were given instructions on the dive and were shown a DVD, Step 3 – We were provided with the diving gear, Step 4 – We practiced the breathing under water in a pool and Step 5 – We were taken inside the aquarium. The entire process was smooth and safe (Trust me! It was totally safe). During the dive, the two instructors were always by our side, making us feel completely safe and comfortable in the aquarium.


Once we were comfortable with breathing under water, we jumped into the aquarium through a passage connected between the pool and the aquarium. The aquarium had many small fishes, two big stingrays (as big as queen size bed), two huge marine turtles and four ‘3’ meters long grey nurse sharks. The grey nurse sharks have sharp pointy heads with a bulky body. They are quite docile and are not a threat to humans.






I personally felt the stingray was really very cute. And I think it probably thought I was its food 😀 as it brushed over me twice – once over my head and the second over my right arm. It was as soft as velvet – just so beautiful.


I was over whelmed with the experience of being in the same tank as that of the sharks and stingrays. It was thrilling and mind-boggling. It was mix of emotions – fear, excitement and happy.





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