PADI ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVER
More exploration, more excitement and more experiences
That’s what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. You don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning any Open Water Diver certification. This course is a great way to increase your confidence, skill level and number of dives, all under the supervision of your PADI instructor.
Time required :
2 or 3 days on Bali +
PADI Online theory before you arrive.
Important requirements to take part :
Open Water Diver level
Number of dives on this course :
5 or 7 dives.
Due to the logistics on Bali and out team wanting to give you the best we have to offer, our standard PADI Advanced Open Water Course is set over 3 days but you can opt for the standard 2 days if you are pushed for time or have a budget.
Knowledge Development (3-5 hours)
PADI’s Online Adventures in Diving manual provides information on more than 16 types of speciality diving, you will read and review underwater navigation & deep diving plus 3 others we can pick with you at the time of booking.
Adventure Dives (2 or 3 days)
The mandatory underwater navigation & deep diving usually come first but your instructor will review all your knowledge development with you and provide a detailed briefing of each PADI Adventure dive. The PADI course has 5 dives but we have added another 1 or 2 more packages to enjoy more locations.
Note - The 3 day course with 7 dives includes a special trip to the nearby islands and the chance to see the manta rays. This is a very popular trip so please book in advance to secure your space.
Price in $USD
Section 1 - PADI Materials and PADI Certification $150 USD.
Section 2 - 2 day 5 dives package $335, 3 day 7 dives package $449 USD
Total $485 or $599 USD per person.
Professional PADI instructor and host
Use of all required scuba diving equipment
Return transfers on day trips.
PADI Online materials
PADI Adventure Diver Referrals
Have you completed some of your PADI Course ? If so you can cover the rest with us.
You must bring your referral training record if possible, completed and signed by your previous instructor or a signed logbook of your dives.