For the past 18 years, I have been scuba diving in different parts of the world. However, it was not until 5 years ago that I started my write about my sport and adventures. Because I spend most of my time on British Columbia, I take pride in knowing almost anything about its waters.

I used to work in a corporation. However, the first time I dove on scuba battery, it had been a life changing expedition. There is just something about scuba diving that is electrifying and thrilling. Being able to breathe under the ocean and explore the unknown is a wonderful feeling that I’ve decided to keep.

My early years in scuba diving were stimulating yet strenuous. While scuba diving is no doubt a fun and exciting activity, it also involves certain risks. It took me some time to be familiar with the conditions and challenges of diving. Nevertheless, I have become addicted to scuba diving ever since I have gotten accustomed to it.

It was 3 years ago that I decided to explore the waters of British Columbia. Since it is located between the Rocky Mountains and The Pacific Ocean, it has always been a part of my top travel list. I choose it not only for the area’s underwater diving appeal but also for the place’s ecotourism and culture. Everything around it is new to me, so I’m more zealous to experience what the place can offer.

What’s more, British Columbia is home to about 7,000 diverse marine species, which makes up roughly 4% of the world’s total. Even the experts in marine biodiversity state that the number can still multiply once the entire subsea terrain is totally explored. Generally, British Columbia is widely recognized one of the world’s best cold-water diving and kayak destinations.

My blogs will focus on the highlights of my underwater adventure in British Columbia. Diving destinations that are world-class and a variety of marine species will be covered as well. Enjoy!