The diving on the Northeastern coast of Bali can be summed up in one word: variety! Whether you're looking for a world-class wreck dive, excellent house reef for night dive, a stunning wall swirling with fish, or you're a critter enthusiast looking for rare treasures, maybe with an underwater camera in your hand, it is all here! Combining this world renowned dive destination with the PADI Advanced Course, will guarantee you the best learning environment possible. But we're not only this excited about the diving, the dive center deserves equally amounts of praise. With years of experience in the diving industry, this Danish owned and managed dive center provides dive courses with true passion and the highest level of professionalism. Take advantage of the opportunity to sharpen your skills as a diver and broaden your world underwater by pushing your limits safely.
Going diving off the Northeastern coast of Bali is an experience that will stick with you forever. Firstly, there is the wreck of USAT Liberty. This magnificent wreck is located just off the beach, resting on a sandy slope. The view of the wreck, when you stand in shallow water putting your fins on is rather out if this world. Because it is resting on sand, all the fish and coral life is attracted to it, making it a wonderful eco-system theming with life! This is a MUST do dive on Bali. The area offers more than 30 different divesites, including another wreck, natural and artificial reefs with lots and LOTS of fish. The black volcanic sand is full of macro treasures like frogfish, pygmy sea-horse, ghost-pipefish, harlequin shrimp, blue-ringed octopus, bob-tailed squid, nudibranch and the list goes on and on and on
Above water Bali is known as the "Island of Gods", and the
underwater scenery and marine life is equally a God worthy. With the islands cultural attractions on land, the friendly people, dramatic landscape and amazing diving opportunities under water, it's a combination that is hard to beat. Kick back and forget the world around you on our atmospheric beach resorts with good diving just a few steps from your bungalow. And if you feel up for it, perhaps take a hike on Mt. Batur and enjoy the impressive view to volcano Mt. Agung.
Introduction to course
The PADI Advanced Open
Water course will get you even more comfortable in the water by simply
completing five adventure dives under the supervision of a PADI
Instructor. If you're looking to build your confidence and gain more
experience, this is the natural next step on the ladder. The course is
designed so you can go straight into it after the Open Water Diver
course. The course builds on what you've already learned and develops
new capabilities by introducing you to new activities in diving.
Alter your skills by completing 5 adventure dives introducing you to:
- Underwater navigation
- Deeper water diving (from 18-30m)
- 3 Adventure dives of your choice
You and your instructor choose from 15 types of Adventure dives to complete your course.
Best part about the Advanced course is: there is NO exam... Just lots of good diving.
The PADI Advanced Open Water Course is performance based. That means
you have to understand and pass the theory and perform the in-water
skills correctly and with ease. Therefore, the itinerary can vary
slightly from course to course. The course will take 2 to 3 days
depending on the students enrolled. The 5 Advanced Open Water dives
will be spread out on the available days. No more than 3 training
dives will be conducted each day. To give you an idea of what to
expect, see the itinerary below: