How to Prepare for Diving in Koh Tao, Thailand: A First-Timer’s Guide

It’s going to be one unforgettable experience.

Some people will take to the water; others have a fear of it. Don’t worry; we’ve all been there. Speak to your instructor about this and do some research. A lot of it is because the whole underwater situation is new to you, but once you realize nothing is coming to eat you, and you’re among other divers looking out for you, your nerves will calm down. Protip: concentrate on how beautiful the underwater world is!

Enjoy it

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Tommy Walker

Tommy Walker

Tommy Walker originates from Northeast England. He began his journey on the road back in 2012 throughout Asia, Oceania and Latin America. Now, over 4 years in, he is a freelance travel writer and content marketing specialist. Tommy has visited the Philippines twice and especially raves about Banaue. He has attended Sinulog festival, swum with Whalesharks and even DJ’d in Boracay!He was featured in the Business Insider, BBC and Choose Philippines. Tommy goes by his own motto “every new place is a good place.”If you don’t see Tommy focused doing Hot Yoga, trailing through rainforests, ducking into the ocean or eating local street food, you’ll see him at a small bar drinking what the locals drink!