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Travelling Tips For Cairns Diving
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For a great getaway to Great Barrier Reef, dive Cairns is the best option without any doubt. The tropical city has a lot to offer to all the visitors of any age. You can book your tickets and accommodation through any local agent. He shall take care of your reef day trip, snorkelling, scuba diving cairns, dive trip, reef walking, semi-submersible tour, glass bottomed boats and much more.
For people, short of time or unaware of diving technique, one-day trip is the best option for them. You will find plenty of operators for arrangement of a day trip to the reed for Cairns diving and snorkelling. The day trip can be tailored according to your needs, budget and experience. Here are a few tips to select the best dive Cairns services:
" Location is what matters the most. Tropical Cairn is surrounded by lush green rain forest, rich agricultural land, cane fields and steeped mountains. It is built around trinity inlets on mud flats. The reason for telling all this is that the Cairns close to humans has low water clarity. Do not plan your visit immediately after rain, as the visibility is low. The key to best visibility is to travel as far as possible from the land. So find out in advance from your operator where he plans your visit. For improved visibility, visit to outer reefs is suggested. The reefs sites close to Cairns also have some fantastic reefs like Michaelmas Cay and Thetford.
" Diving Cairns is suitable for diving all year around due to its tropical weather condition. The water temperature ranges around 23 degree Celsius in winters (June to august) and 29 degree Celsius in summers (December to February). In spite of all year around good condition, weather conditions may vary seasonally or on daily basis. Wind is the key factor determining the weather. People with seasickness should be careful, as 25 knots wind will definitely give rock and roll on your trip to dive cairns. Please carry your medication if you are prone to seasickness.
" A stinger season will have large amount of jellyfish in the water. Do not get panicked by seeing them, they are completely harmless. There are only two types of dangerous jellyfish in the Great Barrier Reef, one is box jellyfish (hardly seen out on reef) and irukandji jellyfish (occasionally found on coast can cause tingling sensations). Full body coverage is recommended.
Make use of these helpful tips to have an exquisite diving cairns experience.
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