Answer:

Start swimming in clear and shallow waters, if possible protected in some way, where you can feel confident. Use goggles for underwater vision.

Talk to people and divers who have encounters with sharks. They will explain to you how unlikely is to have a shark attack.

Expand the limits where you swim to more open and deeper places.

Don’t push yourself. Take time to get confident in the ocean.

Be well informed and dive with experienced divers first who know where are the shark zones.

 

 

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