Scuba diving in Krabi is one of the top adventure activities to do on the island. Some of the most beautiful dive sites in Thailand are found in the turquoise sea around Krabi. With a variety of depths and plenty of interesting underwater landscape, Krabi has something for everyone - dive sites for beginners, those doing courses, and for experienced divers looking for a fun dive.
Day 1: PADI SD Course
Day 2: PADI DSD Course
You will start your day with an early pick-up, and will head to the dive centre for your theory sessions. You will use the pool to practice dive techniques, use of equipment and breathing skills with safety procedures. After a short session, you will end your day and will be dropped off at your hotel.
You’ll head to the dive centre to pick up your diving gear and then board a boat to go to your dive spots. Here you will undertake two dive sessions. After the dives, you will be awarded your certificate, and will enter your dive details into your logbook. After this, you’ll be dropped off at your hotel. Your trip ends here.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off, boat transfers to the dive site and back will be provided. Services of a PADI certified dive instructor, scuba diving equipment, all PADI Scuba Diving course material, Suunto Zoop computer, safety equipment will be provided to you. Pool sessions and 2 open water dives are included. PADI Scuba Diver certificate after successful completion of your dives will be given.
Rates are inclusive of any international payment transfer fees and all applicable taxes. Meals and refreshments will be as per your package.
Personal expenses, insurance are not included. Meals/refreshments will be as per your package. Any additional cost due to fluctuations based on international currency exchange rates at the time of booking and anything not mentioned in the inclusions will be additional and not included.
The climate in Krabi is tropical and it is possible to dive here almost all year round, except fot the monsoon season. The best diving season in Phuket is between the months of November to April., when the weather is warm and the visibility is good. From June to late September is monsoon season, and the sea can get quite rough, so diving will not take place then.
During your dive, the operator will provide you with a dive suit. Under the suit, you need to wear a swimsuit/bikini/swimming trunks. Make sure you’re comfortable in whatever you’re wearing under the suit. You should avoid wearing swimwear with very large or poky embellishments as those might press into your flesh once the wetsuit is on, or you might damage the wetsuit.
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