We have hand-picked this dive center on Bali for its experience and passion for teaching new and experienced divers. This dive center runs on high professionalism, well maintained diving equipment and takes pride in giving the attention and time each student needs to get through the course in a fun and pleasant way. During your course, you will slowly venture from the swimming pool into the ocean where you, step by step, will become comfortable with your gear, and with the wonderful sensation of breathing underwater. Experience how you become free to move easily through the ocean, and acknowledge how comfortable and liberating it is to be weightless and surrounded by the colorful life on the reef. This Danish owned dive center on this particular dive destination, is PERFECT for those who do not want to rush through their course, who wants to make sure that every step is safe, and prefers a calm environment. Trust us on this one, you can't go wrong here. Together with your instructor, you will become a diver with confidence!
Going diving off the Northeastern coast of Bali is an experience that will stick with you forever. Firstly, there is the wreck of USAT Liberty. This magnificent wreck is located just off the beach, resting on a sandy slope. The view of the wreck, when you stand in shallow water putting your fins on is rather out if this world. Because it is resting on sand, all the fish and coral life is attracted to it, making it a wonderful eco-system theming with life! This is a MUST do dive on Bali. The area offers more than 30 different divesites, including another wreck, natural and artificial reefs with lots and LOTS of fish. The black volcanic sand is full of macro treasures like frogfish, pygmy sea-horse, ghost-pipefish, harlequin shrimp, blue-ringed octopus, bob-tailed squid, nudibranch and the list goes on and on and on
Above water Bali is known as the "Island of Gods", and the
underwater scenery and marine life is equally a God worthy. With the islands cultural attractions on land, the friendly people, dramatic landscape and amazing diving opportunities under water, it's a combination that is hard to beat. Kick back and forget the world around you on our atmospheric beach resorts with good diving just a few steps from your bungalow. And if you feel up for it, perhaps take a hike on Mt. Batur and enjoy the impressive view to volcano Mt. Agung.
Introduction to course
The PADI Open Water Diver course is the most popular diving certificate
worldwide. After completing this 3-5 day course you are certified to
dive to 18m independently with a buddy. The course consists of five
modules of learning. You study via a self-study workbook or offline-app,
completing knowledge reviews for each chapter. This process is
complemented by videos accompanying each chapter to reinforce what you
have learned. The instructor reviews everything with you to ensure that
you have fully understood everything. The practical learning consists of
confined water sessions in the swimming pool and four open water dives.
Dive one and two are conducted at a depth of maximum 12m and dive three
and four are conducted to a maximum depth of 18m. The final stage of
the PADI Open Water course is an exam, which is a multiple choice exam
covering all that you have learned. Remember that the course is
performance based and not time based. The course generally takes 3 to 5
days, with the theoretical, the confined water and the open water
sessions successfully passed.
Open Water Course (18m) - 5 days / 4 nights
PADI Open Water Course is performance based. That means you have to
understand and pass the theory and perform the in-water skills correctly
and with ease. Therefore, the itinerary can vary slightly from course
to course. The course will take 3 to 5 days depending on the students
enrolled. To give you an idea of what to expect, see the itinerary