• Trip introduction

    When you're finally ready to do your scuba certificaton course, the PADI Scuba Diver course is the first level. It takes 2 days for you to master the skills required to dive to a depth of 12 metres/40 feet.

    For this PADI Scuba Diver course in Bali, you'll learn how to use the equipment, and will be instructed by a private instructor in pool sessions. On the second day, you'll head out for your open water dives, accompanied by your instructor and the rest of the crew.

    NOTE: You will be expected to swim 200 metres and float for 10 minutes in open water for this PADI Scuba Diver course.


    For your two open water dives, you can opt to dive in Padang Bai or Tulamben. Padang Bai is the most sought after dive site in Bali and is rich with colourful fish, soft and hard corals and lots of dive spots. These clear and low current waters are perfect for new divers and offer lots to explore underwater. As for Tulamben, it is no secret that it has one of the best wreck dive sites in the world. The USS Liberty shipwreck lies on a sand slope of 9 to 30 meters underwater. The dive site of Seraya Secret is unmatched for its 10 meter-deep black sand bottom which is home to many exotic creatures. The dive sites of Kubu and Coral Island are prided with colourful soft and hard corals.

    Destination highlights

    Get licensed to dive anywhere in the world with the PADI Scuba Diver (SD) certification. | Explore the rich marinelife and swim with schools of fish and corals. | Undertake 2 open water divesin the blue waters of Bali. | Dive up to 12 metres deep under the supervision of an experienced instructor.

    Activity Details


    PADI Scuba Diver (SD)




    45 mins


    12 mts/40 feet


    Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI)

    2 days


    100 kgs

    6.5 feet

    Trip details