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The marine environment, like any natural environment, is delicate and fragile: a clumsy palm stroke, lack of attention and organisms that take years to grow and develop are destroyed in an instant.

  • BE CAREFUL OF THE ADJUSTMENT OF YOUR EQUIPMENT: PLOWING SEA BEDS WITH REGULATORS AND PIPES IS NOT GOOD FOR THE INHABITANTS (FOR THE EQUIPMENT EITHER)!

  • USE THE APPROPRIATE BALLAST: WHY CRASH INTO A GORGONA THAT YOU COULD APPROACH QUIETLY? (THANKS ALSO FOR YOUR TYMPANS).

  • PRACTICE GOOD CONTROL OF YOUR BUOYANCY: STAY AT LEAST 1.5 METERS FROM THE BOTTOM AND WALLS, WITHOUT TOUCHING THEM OR LIFTING THE SEDIMENT.

  • DO NOT STRESS ANIMALS. DO NOT TOUCH THEM OR PUT OUT OF THEIR HOLES OF CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS. DON'T PURSUE THE FISH EITHER, YOU WILL NEVER CATCH THEM! BETTER STOP AND WATCH THEM GO BY.

  • DO NOT FEED ANIMALS "FEEDING" CREATES ARTIFICIAL CONDITIONS AND CHANGES ANIMAL BEHAVIOR.

  • NEVER TAKE OR BRING AN ORGANISM ON THE SURFACE, EVEN DEAD. EVERYTHING IS RECYCLABLE IN THIS ENVIRONMENT.

  • DO NOT THROW ANYTHING IN THE SEA, IF YOU FIND WASTE, TAKE IT WITH YOU.

  • INCREASE YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE SEA AND ITS INHABITANTS BY TAKING THE PADI SPECIALTY COURSES IN NATURALISM AND FISH IDENTIFICATION. THE MORE YOU KNOW, THE MORE RESPECTFUL YOU WILL BE.

  • DIVE WITH RESPECTFUL OPERATORS  LAWS  LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL  PROTECTION OF  THE ENVIRONMENT. THEY ARE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. PLUS, IF YOU ARE TRAVELING TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, DIVE WITH ORGANIZATIONS EMPLOYING THE LOCAL POPULATION, NOT JUST IN SUBORDINATE TASKS, BUT ESPECIALLY IN DIVING ACTIVITIES!

  • BE A RESPONSIBLE TOURIST AND DIVER, DO NOT TRAVEL WITH AN EYE BAND