Bali Dive Resort and Spa
offers a wide range of dive courses and specialties. All PADI courses, plenty to choose from. Our instructors speak English, Italian and Swedish. If you wish to do a course in a different language, let us know up front and we will try to find an instructor speaking your language.
Discovery Scuba Dive
The DSD is also known as introduction dive or the resort dive. For those who never dove before and want to try a new experience, DSD is what you are looking for! A brief theory session is followed by a pool session which will teach you the basic skills. After finishing up in the pool, we grab our tank and fins and just head out in the ocean for a dive in the big blue. If you like it, a second dive is possible or if you want to learn more about scuba diving, this dive can be credited to your Open Water Course.
The refresher course is recommended to those who haven’t been diving for a while, this update will bring you back the feeling of total confidence. We will review the knowledge and practice the scuba skills learned in your Open water course, this so you can feel completely comfortable under water again and experience more relaxed dives. The Refresher Course consists in pool session followed by an open water dive in the ocean.
The Open Water Diver course is normally a 3-4 day course, but we don’t set a deadline. The course includes theory, pool sessions and 4 ocean dives. During your course, you will learn all the basics of your equipment, dive computer, buoyancy and how to well plan and execute a safe dive. Upon completion, you will be a full certified Open Water diver and will be allowed to dive anywhere in the world to a maximum depth of 18m. Loads of fun and your entry ticket to the other 70% of our planet.
PADI Advance Open Water Diver Course
During the Advance Open Water Diver course you will have the chance to try out 5 different adventure dives, each one focusing on a different skill. For each specialty you will complete a bit of theory, one open water training dive and if you ever decide to take on a full specialty course in any of the specialties you’ve tried, the dive you took can be applied to your specialty certification. A fun course with 5 great dives and loads of fun!
EFR Emergency First Response Course
During the EFR Emergency First Response course you will learn how to try to save a life. This certificate is not applied only in Scuba diving world, but it will be really helpful in a real life situation. In this course you will learn how to assess an emergency scene and how to react right in case of an accident by giving either CPR or rescue breath, or simply how to make a bandage and splint a broken harm.
PADI Rescue Diver
Have you been diving for a while and would like to learn how to react in cases of distressed divers? Ever been in a situation where you wished you knew how to deal with small problems effectively? Or maybe you just want to expand your knowledge and become the most complete recreational diver you possibly can? Then the Rescue Diver course is right for you. The program is about avoiding, recognizing and solving problems on the surface and underwater. A challenging course consisting of theory, pool sessions and Open Water scenarios. The course takes about 3 days to complete. As a prerequisite for certification you need to have a valid EFR or any other CPR, First & Second Aid certificate.
PADI Dive Master Course
GoPro with the PADI Dive Master course. This is the first professional level in PADI and it will help you to become a real Leader underwater. Go through all the skills you need to demonstrate during your courses after you get your certificate, on top of that many dives and demonstrations with your personal instructor who will follow you through everything.
PADI Specialty Programs
The primary goal of any PADI Specialty course is to teach you important skills in a fun environment. There are plenty of specialties to choose from – each offering you the opportunity to learn and improve your skills in a specific diving activity. All courses are taught using home study, short academic session and 2 in-water training dives.
These are some of the specialty programs we would recommend;
Peak Performance Buoyancy
Emergency Oxygen Provider
AWARE Reef Conservation