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What’s the difference between snorkelling and freediving?

Although freediving and snorkelling are very similar, there are some differences between these two activities. Snorkelling is the act of floating on the surface while utilising a mask to see underwater, and having a snorkel to breathe while keeping one’s face submerged.

Freediving is allowing you to dive deep under the water and interact with the environment and not just staring at it from the surface. With freediving, you will learn advanced breathing techniques, and you will learn to move efficiently underwater through the use of efficient equipment (wetsuit and fins only).

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