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PADI Openwater Course Bali

Looking to try something new?  Why not learn to scuba dive with Pro Dive Bali and discover a whole new world at the same time!

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%%factsheet%%Everyone's been to Bali, and the smart ones all say the same thing. If you really want to appreaciate this small Indonesian island- it?s just 140 by 80 kilometres- you should leave the bustling tourist areas of Kuta and Legian. Get tout among the people, enjoy their friendly personas and experience their unique culture. Take in the hillside rice paddies, 3,000- metre holy mountains and dense tropical jungles. The wild monkeys, old lava flows and dry, desert- like landscapes.

Seeing the sights can be even more rewarding for divers. Because to complement the stunning attractions above the surface, Bali underwater rivals some of the best Papua New Guinea has to offer. Like the spectacular 40-metre drop-off of Lembongan Island. And the Mantas, sharks, turtles and big pelagics at Nusa Penida.

There are great shore dives too. Like the coral- encrusted wreck of the USS Liberty and the Whale Sharks at Tulamben.

Water temperature: 27- 30 C
Water Visibility: 15 - 50 metres
Rainy Season:  October till April
Types of Scuba Diving:

Shore dive, boat dive, underwater photography, muck dive, drift dive


Australian Airlines, Qantas, Garuda, Air Paradise, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Air New Zealand, China Airlines, KLM, Korean Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, Thai Airways International.




National language is Bahasa Indonesia, in tourists industry, most people able to speak english.

Unique Scuba Diving Features:

Muck dive at secret bay for unique marine cratures, The USS Liberty wreck as one of the best wreck dive in the world, July - September is Mola Mola (Sun Fish*) seasson at Nusa Penida.

*'The ocean sunfish vies for the title of strangest fish in the sea. Its Latin name, Mola mola , means millstone. Recorded up to two tons, this gentle giant inhabits all tropical and temperate seas'

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