What is called scuba diving?
Scuba diving is an underwater swimming activity involving the use of self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA).
Can non swimmers do scuba diving?
So the simple answer is YES, non-swimmer can scuba dive, but there are a number of issues that come into play, and the practical, real-world answer is that they should not attempt the course. Scuba divers must be confident in the water, and most non-swimmer is not comfortable once their feet cannot touch firm ground.
What is the purpose of scuba diving?
Scuba diving improves your concentration and awareness. As you swim underwater, you continually keep your balance by coordinating your leg and arm movements despite the weight you are carrying. Not only that, you also strain not to damage the corals, fishes, and marine life around you as you explore the underwater.