Professional dive education guarantees a safe and enjoyable dive experience. From the first-time diver all the way up to a professional level, your PADI instructor will train you to become a confident diver.
To get your course started you would register with PADI and purchase an access pass to complete theory online before arriving in Bali.
In Bali we will take care of all the in-water work to complete your certification course.
For the registration just click the eLearning image below and you will automatically be forwarded to the area on the PADI web site where you can purchase the access pass for the course you decided to complete.
The cost for your access pass PADI will charge directly to your credit card.
By purchasing the access pass you automatically will also cover the cost for certification and the mailing of your certification card to your home address.
Once you registered we will receive a notification from PADI and be included into the loop of communication.
Once you have completed the theory portion of your course PADI will send another notification to us and you are good to go.
Lasting two days, this course will qualify you as a PADI Open Water Diver. This certificate is valid at any dive centre anywhere in the world, allowing you to dive to a maximum depth of 18 metres.
The course cost includes a log book, confined water training (about 2-3 hours), 4 open water dives, all porter and area access fees, taxes, service charges, all transportation, tanks, weights, weight belts and the rental of all dive equipment needed to complete the course.
Please note: You have to be certified as an Open Water Diver to attend the Advanced Open Water Diver Course.
This course will help to develop your diving skills by providing a deeper insight into 5 special fields of Scuba Diving. These include deep diving and navigation, which are obligatory. You may choose three more specialties from the following: Night, Wreck, Multilevel, Drift, Boat and Naturalist diving, Search and Recovery or Peak Performance Buoyancy. After completing this course you will be certified to dive to a maximum depth of 30 metres.
The course cost includes 5 open water dives, all porter and area access fees, taxes, service charges, all transportation and the rental of all dive equipment needed.
The Rescue Diver course will train you to anticipate and prevent problems in diving. You will also be taught techniques to assist other divers who are in need of help. Even though an emergency situation is a serious incident, the course will be enjoyable and build your self-confidence.
The course cost includes confined and open water training, all porter and area access fees, taxes, service charges, all transportation and the rental of all dive equipment needed to complete the course.
Please note: A certification in Emergency First Response (or an equivalent course) is required to get certified as a Rescue Diver.
Please note: All of the above courses are also available as in-classroom-theory lessons.
Feel free to request details regarding rates and schedule.
Please note: The following courses are no eLearning courses. They are based on classroom lessons in Bali.
The Emergency First Response course teaches you how to provide Medic First Aid (MFA) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for someone in need. You will also be trained to use an Automated External Defibrillator.
Note: A certification in Emergency First Response (or an equivalent course) is required to get certified as a Rescue Diver.
As a Divemaster student you will develop your knowledge about diving to a professional level by being trained how to guide certified divers, assist an instructor teaching courses and conduct several PADI programmes independently. The course cost includes all training needed, all porter and area access fees, all transportation and the rental of all dive equipment needed.
Note: The membership fee to become a professional PADI Divemaster is NOT included in the course.
A well-trained and experienced diver will, sooner or later, have to cut dives short NOT because of air supply, but rather to not exceed the NDL. When diving on Enriched Air Nitrox, you breathe a blend of gases which will increase your NDL, due to a reduced Nitrogen percentage. Remember: Nitrox will not change your breathing pattern and (contrary to some beliefs) Nitrox is NOT used for deep dives!
The Deep Diver specialty course will teach you different techniques you are supposed to use when going to a maximum depth of 40 metres, while still not exceeding your No Decompression Limits (NDL). The refraction of light, increased pressure and emergency procedures are some of the topics focused on in this specialty.
To penetrate and explore any wreck is a great experience! The ability to do this in a safe and accurate manner is very important, and will make the experience even more enjoyable! Learn the right way to dive a wreck and get the most fun out of your dives!
Digital Underwater Photographer
The Digital Underwater Photographer course will help make you aware of how important good buoyancy is. Good buoyancy will enable you to get into and stay in the perfect position to make that special shot. Learn how to use a white balance, red filters, flash and flash with wide angle lens. Good composition through choice of subject and subject position.
It can be a bit spooky for some, but with the right preparation and the proper equipment you will be able to master this extraordinary challenge. Diving at night gives you the chance to see creatures you would not get to see during the day. You will gain a totally different perspective of spots you thought you were already totally familiar with when diving in the daytime.
Search and Recovery Diver
The techniques you learn in the Search and Recovery specialty will help you to conduct a search as efficiently as possible. To recover a lost object involves certain safety issues, particularly regarding the size of the object. Choosing the correct search pattern and selecting the proper lifting device are topics in this specialty course.
After completing a course sequence of 5 specialty courses, you will have achieved a level of comfort and knowledge in scuba diving that is going to allow you to get the full enjoyment and benefits from this extraordinary sporting activity.
Kids and teenagers are as much attracted to scuba diving as adults. There are just a couple of regulations young people have to follow and they may join almost any kind of course and get certified as Junior Divers! Since they are going to have to deal with the same kind of challenges as adults, the skills drill and exam requirements are exactly the same. At an age of 15 all Junior certificates will be upgraded to regular certificates of the equivalent level of certification.
Junior Open Water Diver (age 10+)
Junior Open Water Divers ages 10-11 years old must dive with a PADI professional or a certified parent/guardian. Max 12 meters Junior Open Water Divers 12 years and older must dive with a certified adult.
Junior Advanced Open Water Diver (age 12+)
Junior Advanced Open Water Divers must dive with a certified adult.
Junior Rescue Diver (age 12+)
Junior Rescue Divers must dive with a certified adult.
Junior Master Scuba Diver (age 12+)
Junior Master Scuba Divers must dive with a certified adult.
Feel free to send a request for family rates!