PADI Scuba Diver Course
Limited with time but keen to get started with scuba diving?
Requiring less time than the PADI open water course, this course offers a entry level qualification.
This stepping stone course heads towards the full open water course and is also for those who would prefer only diving with a professional guide for future dives for the time being. You can easily advance to the full open water course with a few additional dives and knowledge development.
Time required : 2 days on Bali +
PADI Online thoery before you arrive.
Important requirements to take part :
No medical conditions and the ability to swim.
Section 1 - Knowledge Development - (3 - 7 hours)
PADI’s Scuba Diver & PADI Open Water Diver online materials cover everything you need to know about basic scuba diving skills, terminology and safety procedures. This part of the course can be completed online allowing you the flexibility to complete all academic components of the course at your own pace at home before you come to Bali or even from the comfort of your hotel, resort or villa once you arrive.
Section 2 - Pool Training - (1 day)
Now that you have an understanding of the basic principles of scuba diving, it's time to meet your instructor. On the first morning of your course we will review your online learning and answer any questions you may have. During the PADI confined water dives you will learn the basic scuba skills that you will use for the rest of the course in the ocean.
Section 3 - Open Water Dives x 2 - (1 Day)
It's time for your first underwater experience on a real dive site.
Reviewing your skills learnt on the previous day its time to explore the ocean! Your instructor will take you to a dive sites that is safe, secure, easy and bursting with marine life.
Price in $USD
Section 1 - PADI Materials and PADI Certification $150 USD
Section 2 and 3 - Practical development with us $260 USD
Total $410 USD per person.
ASDB's own online classroom
Professional PADI instructor and host
Use of all required scuba diving equipment
Return transfers on day trips.
PADI online materials
ASDB divers log book
PADI Scuba Diver to Open Water Diver Referral
Have you completed some of your PADI Course? If so do can cover the rest with us.
You must bring your referral training record if possible or log book, completed and signed by your previous instructor.