Bali is one of the best places in Indonesia to join a PADI diving course. The dive centres that operate on the island are professional and the teachers are trained to an international standard. Bali also has a lot of great dive spots. If you go diving in Bali you can see the famous Mola Mola, white tipped reef sharks and even do wreck dives. The best bit though is the price. The competition for clients means you can do a PADI certified course really cheaply.
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A ‘try scuba’ course is created specially for first time divers. The one-day course is a great way to gain confidence and get experience scuba diving. A ‘try scuba’ course includes a short theory and training session followed by 40-minutes in the swimming pool. The day ends with two one-hour reef dives at world-class dive sites.
A PADI Open Water Course is the first stage in your life as a scuba diver. It is a 3-4 day intensive course that gives you certification to dive anywhere in the world. The course is composed of six diving theory modules (there is a test at the end) followed by pool exercises and training. Included in the course are 4 open water dives at various dive sites around Bali.
Advanced Open Water
A PADI Advanced Open Water Course gives is the second level of PADI certification. The course lasts 2 days and includes 5 theory modules and 5 dives. The theory courses focus on specialized skills like underwater navigation and night diving. During the course, you also practice deep dives. After getting you’re Advanced Open Water you are allowed to dive to a maximum depth of 30 meters (Open Water Divers should only be allowed to dive to 18 meters).
Rescue and Dive Master PADI Certification
Additional PADI and SSI certification are available upon request. The range of courses on offer include the PADI Rescue Diver certification. Other more advanced courses are also on offer like Nitrox, Drift, and Deep Water certification.
Diving Courses in Bali
The cost listed for the above courses are all inclusive. The price for the PADI courses includes accommodation, equipment rental, and certification. Courses are taught by internationally certified diving instructors. Certification is issued after completion of the course and is valid anywhere in the world.
PADI Certification: PADI stands for Professional Association of Diving Instructors. The association offers internationally recognized diving certification. You can find out more information about the PADI certification system on the Associations homepage.