The beautiful state of Colorado is famous for the variety of winter activities it offers and for its picturesque mountain resorts. But with springtime finally here and the warmer temperatures upon us–and with the 2009-2010 ski season coming to an end, energetic individuals who may be seeking a little adventure are having to turn elsewhere–and sometimes a romantic getaway someplace ‘tropical’ is just the ticket for landlocked couples looking for a new and exciting travel experience.
Many Colorado couples find exploring far away and exotic places the perfect cure for their spring fever, and for those who love adventure and enjoy exploring ecosystems not found here in the state–the idea of snorkeling and diving amongst vibrant tropical fish, turtles, and sharks while exploring wrecks and colorful reefs make for a perfect vacation.
Organized diving vacations to exotic locations all over the world have become so popular that diving expeditions departing from Denver each month are now considered the norm. With trips to Bonaire and the Caymans, to Roatan and the beautiful islands of Fiji, these underwater adventures are designed for all water enthusiasts no matter what their previous diving experience is.
For those who are just starting out, instructional diving programs are a great place to begin and Flatirons Scuba and Travel, a locally owned and operated Colorado company–has one of the leading technical diving programs in the entire state. Flatirons Scuba offers *PADI certification programs for individuals interested in learning how to dive–and with group classes and personalized instruction by experienced instructors available, there’s classes for everyone and for every level of expertise.
Once you’ve completed your training, Flatirons offers unique travel packages to nearly every imaginable diving paradise. As part of your instruction, the opportunity to join one of their instructor lead trips to a tropical location to complete your PADI Open Water Diver Certification is available and an opportunity you won’t want to miss.
For couples who may be searching for an exciting new hobby and for an opportunity to explore exotic locations while enjoying spending quality time together, diving may be just the adventure that they’re looking for. For more information on diving lessons and upcoming trips, contact Flatirons Scuba and Travel at 303.469.4477 or visit their website for more information.
*PADI (The Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the world's largest diver training organization. PADI establishes training programs, certifies diving instructors and develops educational materials. For more information contact PADI Americas at 800.729.7234 (US and Canada) or visit their website at www.padi.com.
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