Bali Diving

Go Dive with PADI Open Water

PADI Open Water Course, Bali, Indonesia

Why not try to get your PADI Open Water Course diving Certification. If you have always wanted to learn how to scuba dive, discover new adventures or simply see the wondrous world beneath the waves, this is where you start.

The PADI Open Water course is the world’s most popular scuba course, and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous scuba diving lifestyle.

The fun part about this course is . . . well, just about all of it because learning to dive is incredible. You learn to take you first breath underwater, then breathe underwater (something you’ll never forget) and learn what you need to know to become a certified diver. During the course, you’ll make at least five pool dives and four dives at local dive sites under the supervision of your Certified Instructor.

In the PADI Open Water course, you learn to use basic scuba equipment including a dive computer, and standard accessories. The equipment you wear varies somewhat, depending upon whether you’re diving in tropical, temperate or cold water.

As a certified Open Water Diver you have the freedom to dive with a buddy independent of a professional. If you already tried a Discover Scuba Diving experience or are Scuba Diver certified, check with us to see how credit from these courses may apply to the open water program. This course offers tremendous flexibility and lets you work out individual needs with your instructor.

Course Outline


The requirements for starting the Padi Open Water course is to be at least 10 years old and to answer NO on the Padi Medical Questionaire, we will help and support you with regards to this.


Ok, so you made it onto your course, now we just have some paperwork to complete before we head off into the classroom for the videos and educational materials.


Wahoo, lets get this started. we enter the classroom work our way through the videos, knowledge reviews, quizzes and exam. check out the E-Learning if you struggle for time.


Now all the classroom is out the way and we learnt everything in theory its time to start to put in to practice. Lets head to the pools to practice those skills, before heading off to the ocean.


The time has come to take everything we have learnt and practice and move it to the ocean, where we will do 4 ocean dives and open your eyes to an experience you will never forget.

  • Pickup from your Hotel at 7am (7:30am from Sanur)
  • Transfer to Bali Diving
  • Morning – Paperwork, classroom and Theory
  • Lunch (which is all included)
  • Equipment Fitting
  • Afternoon – Pool Training Sessions 1 to 5
  • Debriefing at the Dive Centre
  • Drop off at your hotel
  • Pickup from your Hotel at 7am (7:30am for Sanur)
  • Transfer to Bali Diving
  • Equipment check & packing
  • Travel to Padang Bai Dive Site
  • Dive #1 (Boat Dive)
  • Dive # 2 (Boat Dive)
  • Lunch at the beachside café
  • Return to Bali Diving for debriefing
  • Theory and Final Exam
  • Drop off at your Hotel
  • Pickup from your Hotel at 7am (7:30am for Sanur)
  • Transfer to Bali Diving
  • Travel to Tulamben Dive Site – shipwreck of the USAT Liberty
  • Dive #1 (Shore Dive on the wreck)
  • Lunch at the beachside café
  • Dive # 2 (Shore Dive on the wreck)
  • Return to Bali Diving for debriefing
  • Certification & Final paperwork
  • Drop off at your Hotel

If you find that you are wanting to spend more time enjoying your holiday then being sat in a classroom, but still want to experiance and get your PADI Open Water Certification, then we suggest that you take on the PADI E-Learning.

What this will enable you to do is take the all of the theory online, Knowledge reviews, Videos, Quizzes and the eaxm all before you arrive, meaning that a short review and then equipment and straight off to the pool.

To Find Out more about the PADI E-Learning products on offer and the languages you can choose, check out our PADI E-Learning Page.

10 Years Old
Completed Medical Statement (this can also be done when you arrive but if a yes is present then we will need to see a doctor before we can continue the course, this will incur an extra charge of 100,000Rp. Download from here.

All PADI materials
All Land and sea transportation (Please check the FAQ page for free pickup and drop off, some areas will require an additional charge, please ask for more details)
Lunch and bottled water
All equipment required for the course
And an awesome PADI Instructor.

So you have nothing to worry about, just bring your swimsuit and a towel and you are ready to go.

Bali Diving PADI Open Water Course