Discover Scuba Diving in Bali
Discover Scuba Diving in Bali! This program introduces people to scuba diving, taking their first breath underwater, in a highly supervised, controlled, and also relaxed manner. In fact, there are three components to the In Discover Scuba Diving training. For instance, knowledge development, confined water training, and also open water dives.
Under the guidance of a Professional Instructor, non-divers learn basic physics, physiology, safety concepts, diving equipment, and of course, swimming underwater.
Try dive for kids
Youngsters from 8 years old can join the Try Dive program and experience scuba diving. Children should be comfortable in the water, but they don’t have to be super swimmers. With youngsters in mind, the maximum depth is only 2 meters.
Kids get a chance to:
- Experience what scuba diving is like under the direct care and supervision of a professional Instructor
- Take their first breath underwater
- Learn about and also how to use scuba diving equipment
It is a non-certified, 1 day, 2 dives program. You will earn the Try Scuba Diving recognition rating.
Discover Scuba Diving in Bali. Price
-Try Scuba Diving – 1,700,000 IDR
– Try Dive for kids – 1,800,000 IDR
The price includes:
- transfer from/to your hotel
- all diving equipment
- 2 dives
- recognition electronic card
- mineral water, snacks, and lunch
- marine park fees
- porters and taxes
8 years old
Discover Scuba Diving in Bali: F.A.Q
•How long does a dive last? The answer is «it depends». In fact, this question doesn’t have a single answer. People breathe at different rates and also, and the deeper you go, the more you use your air. The average dive during discovery is about 40 minutes.
•What do I need to bring with me on the excursion? A hat, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, and also a towel. We provide all the rest!
•Can I have breakfast just before a dive? Yes. Actually, it is a good idea to eat light before diving.
•Can I drink alcohol before diving? No. Alcohol isn’t recommended before diving.
•How deep will I go? The maximum depth is 12 meters, always under the direct supervision of your instructor. For kids aged from 8 to 9 years old, the maximum depth is 2 meters.
•Is scuba diving dangerous? As with any adventure sport, some risk is involved. Scuba diving is not dangerous as long as a diver seeks thorough training, follows safe diving guidelines, and also uses proper gear. And most important, dives within his experience level. Statistics show that recreational Scuba diving is about as safe as swimming. We encourage divers to approach the sport with an appropriate amount of respect.
•I have done a discovery. Can I dive with qualified divers? No. You can’t dive with certified divers because you’re not qualified. In fact, you need to do a course and obtain your Open Water Diver certification first.
•Can I wear my contact lenses under the mask? Yes. Soft lenses can be worn.
•Can my buddies join as passengers? Yes. Even more, you can dive and your friends and family can come along. The dive sites in Bali for Try Dive are also really enjoyable for snorkeling.
Flying after diving
Be aware that there is a no-fly rule after diving. For safety reasons, allow 12 to 24 hours between your last dive and your flight.
•I have asthma. Is it possible to dive? Some types of asthma are compatible with scuba diving and others are not, for example, severe chronicle Asthma. But it is highly recommended to check with your doctor to confirm if you are fit to dive and get a medical clearance.
•I have a cold and a cough can I dive? If the sinuses are not blocked you can dive. But if the sinuses are blocked then you will have a problem equalizing the pressure in your ears, then it is recommended not to dive.
•I am pregnant, can I dive? No. Because doctors know little about the effects of diving on the fetus, the recommendation is that women should avoid diving while pregnant or trying to become pregnant.
Discover Scuba Diving in Bali. Note
To enroll in the Discover Scuba Diving program, you need first to feel comfortable in the water and also be in good health conditions. In addition, you will need to complete a Medical Questionnaire upon arrival at Southern Dreams Diving Club. If you have any medical history or condition, it doesn’t mean that you are not qualified to dive, but will indicate the need for a medical assessment by a physician prior to diving.
Your dive medical clearance can either be done by your doctor back at home, or here, in Candidasa, and must state you are ‘fit to dive’.