Underwater Pumpkin Carving
Believe it or not, but underwater pumpkin carving is actually a competitive sport. Participants put on diving gear, submerge themselves in the lake or pool they’re competing in and then carve as intricate a design as they can. The nice thing about this competition is that all scuba gear is provided, meaning that all you need is your creativity to compete in this contest.
500-Guest Underwater Dining
While underwater dining hasn’t reached the commercial phase yet, people have dined underwater to get into the Guinness Book of World Records. The latest record-setting event saw 500 diners eat a meal of smoked salmon, vegetables and toffee apples in formal attire on the bottom of a London swimming pool. Chefs coated food in jelly to prevent it from disintegrating underwater.