Your diving certification in Bali begins here
The PADI Open Water Course takes a total of three days and is the first level for becoming an independent certified diver.
Three amazing days with one of our multilingual super PADI instructors. Get started today or choose a date to begin your open water course in Bali.
The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases: Knowledge Development, Pool training session and four open water dives in
In this course, you pass through a complete circuit of underwater skills. You will also learn to use basic scuba equipment, control buoyancy, navigate underwater and all safety guidelines.
Contact us to designing your own private course and logistics.
You will be joining the class-room session and course videos before beginning the pool training session.
You will practice some of the skills previously learned on day one, learn new ones and go for underwater exploration in either Padang Bai or Tulamben.
Day three – final day
We proceed with new skills and experiences in the second dive location.
Final written exam will also take place on this day.
Purchase the PADI eLearning course for yourself and complete the classroom portion at your own pace – anytime, anywhere.
PADI Open Water Diver Course
For a single student joining the PADI Course in a group of maximum 3 students with the standard on-line manual.
$530 standard $470 eLearning Get started We’re on a mission to bring transparency to scuba diving, for people from all around the world. We charge as little as possible, and we always show you upfront. No hidden fees. No bad exchange rates. No surprises. Learn more about our Price Transparency.
The PADI Open Water Course takes three days to complete
The PADI Open Water course has a standard duration of
split between different activities as part of the course curriculum:
Day one – Classroom session and pool training
Day two – Two open water dives in Padang Bai
Day three – Two open water dives in Tulamben ( final exam )
No, it is not recommended to do the PADI Open Water Diver course in two days
There is a false perception circulating that the PADI Open Water Diver course can be completed successfully in two days. This is wrong.
Considering the curriculum, to be able to guarantee proper learning experience and to successfully become a PADI Open Water Diver, the course cannot be rolled in two days.
The open water dives are done in Padang Bai and Tulamben
For the PADI Open Water Diver course the standard dive locations are
Padang Bai and Tulamben.
Compared to other dive locations in Bali, we have chosen these two locations because of the proper conditions for teaching as well as diversity for underwater exploration.
Yes, dive insurance is included
During the entire course we are covering each and every student with specially designed
dive insurance which is including also decompression chamber among general potential accidents.
Combined with the dive insurance, we also provide general
health insurance during the hotel and dive location car transfers as well as boat insurance.
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