PADI Open Water Diver Course


Learn to Dive: The PADI Open Water Course is the world’s most popular diving course and with good reason.

It’s a comprehensive, but user-friendly program incorporating both knowledge development, and practical elements, meaning that your learning experience is thorough and fun.

The learning is competency-based, meaning you practice all elements until you and we are happy your competent to perform the skills, there’s no time limit – we want to train you to be a comfortable and skilled diver.


Course Contents & Schedule


Knowledge Development – done independently, either online, or using a manual and videos, followed by an exam.

Confined Water Training – half day

After knowledge development, it’s into the pool to take your first underwater breaths, get comfortable with your diving equipment, and start training all of the skills you may need as a certified diver.

You’ll  also do a 200m swim test, (or 300m with mask, fins and snorkel), and 10 minute float test.

Open Water Training – two days

Off to the beautiful dive sites around Bali for your four open water dives.

During the dives, you’ll practice and refine the skills you’ve already nailed in confined water. You’ll also get to hang out with turtles, peer at clown fish, and gaze at the stunning coral life we have here. At the end of your fourth open water dive… boom – you’re a certified diver!



Prerequisites: adequate swimming skills, in good physical health, (if you have any health concerns, check out the medical form you’ll need to sign here)

Minimum Age: 10 years

Certification: Open Water Diver, certified to dive up to 18 metres

Course Duration: normally three days plus independent theory study

Inclusions: we include everything you need to complete your course in the price of our courses.

To be specific, we include all transport, boats, lunches, snacks, water, equipment, tanks, weights, PADI course materials and certification, insurance, and instruction by a PADI Instructor.

PADI Scuba Diver


The PADI Scuba Diver course is a shorter version of the PADI Open Water Diver course, incorporating knowledge development, confined water and two open water dives.

If you’re keen to become a diver, but don’t have a lot of time, this course may suit you. Once completed, you may dive under the supervision of a PADI professional to a maximum depth of 12 metres.

Prerequisites: adequate swimming skills, in good physical health

Minimum Age: 10 years,

Certification: PADI Scuba Diver

Course Duration: One day in the pool, one day in the ocean, plus independent theory study.