Take the PADI Open Water Course in Bali (OR, Sign up a Friend and Save!)
Have you always dreamed of scuba diving? Have you heard that Indonesia is home to the best scuba diving on Earth? It’s true! The Indonesian Archipelago is located in the heart of the Coral Triangle which is the most marine bio-diverse area on the planet. Imagine diving on some of the world’s most vibrant coral reefs as you immerse yourself in a world of colour and life. Learn to dive with Two Fish Divers and take your PADI Open Water Course in Bali.
Why Take the PADI Open Water Course in Bali?
Take your PADI Open Water Course in Bali with Two Fish Divers and you’ll be able to choose between some of the best diving locations around the Island including Amed, Tulamben, Padang Bai and Nusa Lembongan. If you’d like to stay in one of the popular tourist hotspots in South Bali such as Kuta, Seminyak, Sanur, Nusa Dua or Legian that’s no problem. Choose your hotel and we’ll arrange daily transfers to and from our Sanur base and we’ll make sure you see the best dive sites around the island during your program.
DISCOUNT OFFER: Sign up for your PADI Open Water Course in Bali and we’ll give you 10% discount if you bring a friend to learn with you too!
Already certified? No problem, bring a non-diving friend to take their Open Water Course (or just dive) and we’ll give you 10% discount on your awesome Bali fun dives too!
Highlights of Diving in Bali
Tulamben: Stay in our Amed resort and you’ll be able to dive Bali’s most famous shipwreck, the USAT Liberty! This epic dive is a thrilling adventure from start to finish. Swim around the wreck and identify the captain wheel, doorways, the anchor and even the cannon. The wreck is also home to over 400 species of fish.
Padang Bai: Do you want to enjoy South Bali’s beaches, resorts, nightlife and lively vibe? No problem – you’ll make your dives through our Sanur centre and explore the colourful reefs around Padang Bai. You’ll find stunning corals, lazing turtles, schools of fish and warm, crystal clear waters.
Amed: This picturesque beach front village is home to the most vibrant reefs along Bali’s east coast. Diving in Amed offers diverse marine life, colourful seascapes, a Japanese wreck and hoardes of fish.
Nusa Lembongan: This laid back tropical island is ideal for those who like a bohemian vibe on land combined with healthy reefs, rich corals and the chance to dive with manta rays. Join us at our Nusa Lembongan Resort and dive some of Bali’s most famous dive sites.
What is the PADI Open Water Diver Course?
The PADI Open Water Course is the first level of diving certificate. You’ll learn how to become a safe, competent and confident diver and you’ll be certified to dive to a maximum depth of 18 meters. When you finish your PADI Open Water Course in Bali with us, you’ll feel ready to take on the world and dive, dive, dive!
Who Can Take The PADI Open Water Diver Course in Bali?
You do not need any diving experience to take this program. You need to be at least 10 years old and ready for the adventure if a lifetime. Providing you are in good general health, are able to swim and have a reasonable level of fitness, you can sign up for the program.
What Does The PADI Open Water Diver Course Include?
The PADI Open Water Course is divided into 3 components (1) Knowledge Development, (2) Confined Water Dives and (3) Open Water Dives, as follows:
Knowledge Development: This is where you learn about the theory of diving and at Two Fish Divers we offer eLearning options so you can complete this section at home before arriving in Bali. This means less time in the classroom when you are on holiday and more time diving!
Confined Water Dives: All of our resorts have swimming pools which is where you’ll learn new skills for the first time. The confined water dives will help build your confidence in a safe environment.
Open Water Dives: This is why we do this! During your course you’ll make 4 awesome open water dives in the ocean. Your instructor will be with you every step of the way and you’ll be blow away by a whole new underwater world!
Want to Do More Than Just Dive?
If you’d like to make the most of your time in Bali, why not combine your diving with other highlights of the island? Check out our recommended Bali activities and places to visit when you are not diving HERE -LINK TO ACTIVITIES BLOG
Want to Dive More?
Do you want to stay for longer and dive deeper than 18 meters? Why not complete your stay in Bali with your PADI Advanced Open Water Course? It’s a great way to consolidate your learning, have more time with your instructor and broaden your experience. You’ll dive to 30 meters and have the chance to try night diving, wreck diving or practice your buoyancy – there are many options. If you are taking both Open Water and Advanced with us, why not stay at two resorts? You’ll also receive a 10% discount on the course you take in the second location!
If you’d like more information about joining us, and learning to dive in Bali, fill out the contact form below and we’ll get right back to you.