PADI Open Water Diver
3 Days – 1 Day Confined Water / 2 Days of Training Dives
What Is It?
The PADI Open Water course will teach you the skills required to dive safely to a maximum depth of 18 meters (60 feet) and to be able to dive with a buddy independently from a PADI professional. At the end of this course, you will be confident with your basic underwater skills and the equipment required to go diving, as well as the basic terminology needed to fully understand a dive briefing.
This course is broken into three sections : Knowledge development, confined-water skills and four dives in open water.
Read more about the PADI Open Water Diver Course on our blog.
How Long Is the Course?
One day of theory and swimming pool, two days of training in open water, and finally, once you are a certified PADI Open Water diver. We encourage highly to everyone to have studied prior to their holiday to enjoy the most of their time in Bali. Therefore, the course usually takes 3 days when the theory is completed prior to your visit to our dive center.
How Much Does It Cost?
Menjangan and Pemuteran : 6,300,000 IDR
Pemuteran only : 5,950,000 IDR
What Are the Prerequisites?
To participate, you must be a minimum of 10 years old, have good physical health and be comfortable swimming in a pool or ocean.
Are There Opportunities to Learn at Home?
You could start now from the comfort of your home with the PADI eLearning course. Then, you won’t have to worry about the knowledge development part once on holiday. Learning at home will free up a lot of your vacation time and you will be able to concentrate on the practical skills even more.
- Online manual
- Active PADI Dive Instructor
- PADI Certification
- Full set of diving equipment
- Marine park fees
- Water / coffee / tea
- Fruits and towel