Find Your Inner Peace On A Diving Vacation

Yoga retreat with Iyar Ben Yehuda

For many divers, the experience of swimming in deep waters amongst a lively array of fish and underwater wildlife brings one an extreme sense of calm. Diving is closely linked to mindfulness, as the deep breathing techniques involved in the activity are quite similar to the benefits of breathing in yoga and meditation. Immersing yourself below the blue waters will alleviate pressures from the world above, making diving one of the easiest ways to relieve stress.

Relaxing vacation

Planning a diving trip in an exotic location like the Maldives or the Solomon Islands can allow divers and yogis alike to strengthen their sense of inner peace. But besides the places that are known for unforgettable diving excursions, there are many other locations that are great getaways for travelers hoping to find a spiritual adventure and combining a yoga and scuba diving vacation.

Scuba Girl with fish in wreck

If you are looking for a holiday filled with relaxation and plenty of opportunities for soul-searching, check out any of these locations:

  1. Cassadaga, Florida, USA
  2. Grenada Island, Caribbean
  3. Mount Shasta, California, USA
  4. The Kingdom of Thailand
  5. Tulum, Mexico
  6. Southern France
  7. Shikoku, Japan

Yoga retreat and Dive Trip

Taking a trip to any of these locations, whether on your own or with a group, will make for many memories that both your mind and your spirit will remember for years. While destinations like California or the south of France may seem like stereotypical getaway spots, planning to engage with the local spiritual centers and activities will guarantee an unconventional and unique quality to your trip.

 

By planning a trip to one of these inspiring getaways, you can seek out your inner harmony by enjoying a holiday centered on spiritual growth while finding ways to connect with nature above and below sea level!

About Author

Danielle Mor
Danielle Mor
I love the ocean! I'm a Padi, SSI and ANDI dive instructor and a Watsu (Water Shiatsu) therapist. I've worked in Mexico, Israel, India and Croatia and led dive trips around the world. I think that we should be in the water as much as possible! Join me on my journey to explore the underwater world!

Comments

Leave a Reply