OPEN WATER DIVER – ReferRal Course

Open Water Diver – Referral Course

The Open Water Referral Course is a pre-entry program for those who plan a diving trip to Bali and don’t want to spend half their time in a classroom. You can study all the theory at home through PADI e-Learning program and might have completed the pool training before coming to Bali.

What will you learn?

If you have completed only the theory with PADI e-Learning, we will complete your five confined water sessions here in Bali in just half day. Then go straight to the open sea and the fun really starts!

If you have completed your theory and confined water training, we will take you straight out on your final four open water training fun dives over just 2 days.

We typically do two dives each day at some of the best spots in Bali, such as Padang Bai where you can see an array of marine life and beautiful reef as well as interesting “critter life”, or perhaps a day at Tulamben where you can dive on a world famous USAT Liberty shipwreck, experience.

When certified, PADI Open water diver, recognized worldwide with the license to dive with a buddy up to a recommended 18 m in depth.
To enrol in a PADI Scuba Diver course (or Junior Scuba Diver course), you must be 10 years old or older.

What is included?

Confined water (if you finish E-learning only, price 5,800,000), four ocean dives, instructor, certification, transportation (Kuta/Sanur/Seminyak/Nusa Dua/Kerobokan), full set equipment, lunch, snack, fruits, coffee, tea, soft drink, water, dive insurance, park/porter fees, and towel

from Rp 4,900,000

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Day Trips

We run daily trips to the best dive sites around Bali. Experience the famous Liberty Wreck in Tulamben Village, Muck dive for critters in Amed  or dive with the great pelagics such as The Giant Manta Rays and The Mola-Mola on the reef of Nusa Penida Island.


Tulamben is one of Bali’s most famous diving areas hosting dive sites such as the US Liberty Wreck, Coral Garden, Drop Off, Sereya secrets, Melasti and the Batu Kelebit. All sites can be reached with an easy access from the beach and are appropriate for all level of divers.

Diving In Indonesia

Indonesia is synonymous with diving, and for a good reason. Indonesia’s coastline has more than 600 coral and 3,000 fish species making it one of the worlds most marine diverse areas. There’s exhilarating drift diving, fantastic night diving, deep trenches and many WWII relics to explore.