I always believed that we scuba divers are a community of adventure seekers and travel fanatics. And as we share similar interests, here I wanted to share with you the 7 Rey Diving’s principles which we hold to when conducting the Rey Diving operation. We don’t just teach you how to scuba dive and organize scuba trips for you, but when we take you to the underwater world, we want you to make and keep unforgettable moments, which will change the way you see the world. That is exactly how it happened to me when I started scuba diving 25 years ago, and I want the same feeling happened to you. Even if you are a beginner or an experienced diver, it does not matter the level you are, because there are always new things to see and new things to learn when we go to the underwater world.
Rey Diving’s Principles:
Principle # 1: See the world from a different perspective.
Scuba diving is an incredibly unique activity; from the minute you get in the water, it’s going to change your perspective of the world forever.
Principle # 2: Never loose your passion for exploration.
Exploration is our human nature. We need to know, and we need to go and see by ourselves.
Principle # 3: It’s all about making amazing memories, one dive at a time.
You could be diving in the Caribbean, or in New York, or in the Pacific Ocean, it does not matter, what matters is that you will live those experiences.
Principle # 4: An excellent way to bond with your family or significant other.
When you join the Rey Diving tribe, you can be sharing family time in any of our dive trips. Or you can even propose to your girlfriend underwater and create a lasting bond.
Principle # 5: The best things come in small packages.
Our philosophy is always small groups. Smaller groups encourage camaraderie, freedom, and more time exploring.
Principle # 6: Divers are adventure seekers.
You are already and adventurous person. Discovery and exploration are in our blood. Scuba diving allows you to discover underwater environments that no one, or at most a handful, has ever seen.
Principle # 7: Let the current take you (literally)
Your scuba certification is your passport to the last frontier. Let the current take you to the pristine marine ecosystem of the Philippines, or to taking pictures of the vibrant reef and colorful fish of the Caribbean or explore old shipwrecks in the Lake George.