The experience is walking underwater, not like diving. The equipment to use is a special helmet which is really heavy, so heavy that they were put on to us while we have to be part in the water so we that could bear the weight.
After paying or presenting your voucher you would be brought inside for a sitdown of 15 minutes to brief you of what seawalker is, manual/conducts by watching their video and signing a paper about safety and others (the usual legal stuff) oh and then given a bottle of mineral water plus lending us towel and shoes for seawalking.
After changing to usual swimming attire we have to wait for our little boat to bring us to the seawalker plat not far from the hotel beach (still in eye distance).
Then we were given this little vest of foam to guard our body not to be in direct contact with the helmet.
When going down make sure NOT to hold your breath, just breathe as usual, coz if you hold your breath (as my hubby did) you won't merge and keep on floating. And don't look up as water will come inside your helmet.
The current at the time was quite challenging, I was having a bit of a problem walking under water. Thankfully there were 2 divers to accompany us as our leader of the tour to guide us and hubby making sure I was able to walk. When we are at an area with lots of fishes our guide would give us a bottle filled with fish foods so that the fishes would be surrounding us. At the time most of the fish are ikan kakaktua or parrot fish and besides thinking that it was beautiful I was thinking how good they would taste being BBQ-ed :)
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