Have you ever tried diving before? Come to Gili Air and lets get wet. The diving conditions in Gili Air are optimal conditions for learning how to dive. The mild currents, endless visibility, and warm temperature make Gili Air ideal. The mild current allows a first time diver to become comfortable in the water with out being sloshed around. Encountering current as a first time diver can be very intimidating but here in Gili Air you will learn to dive in calm currents. The endless (30M+) visibility allows you to see, communicate, and perform skills with your instructor easily. Diving or doing skills in visibility where you can not even see your own had can be an added challenge. The water temperature averages 28 degree Celsius allowing us to dive in short wetsuits so do not feel overly constricted and can move about freely. The combination of current, visibility, and temperature make Gili Air the perfect place to learn. (not to mention all the incredible underwater life)
This week in Gili Air we have courses of alll levels. Instructor Kuss completed an Open Water Course with a brother and sister duo. The two new divers from Denmark are traveling the world and came to Gili Air to learn how to dive. We say goodbye to the pair as one heads off to Thailand and the other Nepal both eager to dive again. Instructor Mermaid Meg continues the education of three divers Neil, Petra, and Greg who can now explore depths up to 30 meters. All three completing their Advanced Open Water in Gili Air focusing on deep, navigation, and three adventure dives of their choice. Instructor Scuba Sal finishes Diver Master Trainee Simon’s remaining requirements of performing a Discover Scuba Diver experience in open water and confined water. We all look forward to her Snorkel Test. Our seasoned guides Jenn and Tino have been showing fun divers all over the reefs surrounding the island. Come to Gili Air to enjoy a few Fun Dives or take a course with Dive Zone.