SCUBA – PADI Course

From US$430
Duration
3 days
Bookable until
31 Dec 2024

Overview

The PADI Open Water Diver course is the first SCUBA certification level. It will provide you with the skills and knowledge to dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18m.

You will learn how to:

  • Be a confident and skilled diver
  • Assemble and use SCUBA gear
  • Manage your buoyancy
  • Respectfuly approach marine life
  • Handle common problems

Your course will be conducted by highly experienced PADI Instructors in the Pemuteran- Menjangan Island area of northwest Bali, a SCUBA divers paradise


Itinerary

This includes the course only

This includes the course plus transport to and from south Bali & 3 nights accommodation at Taman Sari


Included

  • Plan 2 inclusion: Transport from south Bali to Taman Sari Resort on afternoon before the course starts and pick up either at end of the course on day 3 or as requested by you (that is, if you want to stay in the area longer, just book your return journey any time)
  • Plan 2: Three nights accommodation with breakfast at Taman Sari Resort Pemuteran
  • Drinking water & snacks on drive to and from Taman Sari

Excluded

  • Personal Expenses

FAQs

Course prerequisites: able to swim, medically fit for diving, comfortable in the water During the Open Water Diver course, your instructor will ask you to: Float or tread water without aids for 10 minutes Swim 200 metres/yards with no aids or 300 metres/yards with mask, fins and snorkel Minimum age: 10 Divers certified between the ages of 10-14 earn a Junior Diver certification Junior Open Water Divers automatically become Open Water Divers at age 15. Any replacement certification card or eCard purchased the day after the diver's 15th birthday will automatically show an Open Water Diver (not Jr. Open Water Diver) certification.

Scuba diving requires a minimum level of health and fitness. Chronic health conditions, certain medications and/or recent surgery may require you to get written approval from a physician before diving.

*Scuba dive with a partner (without supervision) *Rent or purchase scuba diving gear *Book excursions with dive boats and resorts *Get air fills at local dive shops *Call yourself a certified diver!

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