PADI Open Water (OW)
A beginner level 1 scuba diving course that gives you the license to dive independently anywhere in the world up to a depth of 18m. The four-day long PADI Open Water Course teaches you the practical science behind diving and all you need to know to be safe and comfortable underwater.
PADI Advanced Open Water (AOW)
A level 2 scuba diving course that allows you to advance your diving knowledge and skills to widen your range of diving activities and become a better diver. The PADI Advanced Open Water license includes five dives from different kinds of diving specialties over two days, allowing you access to deeper sites up to 30m.
PADI Emergency First Response (EFR)
A day long non-diving course that prepares you to confidently and proactively respond to medical emergencies of all kinds. It is also an important precursor to any professional diving certification and usually conducted before the PADI Rescue Diver course.
PADI Rescue Diver (RD)
A three-day course that prepares you for all types of diving related emergencies underwater or on the surface. The PADI Rescue Diver course increases your confidence as a diver in leaps and bounds and is a mandatory prerequisite to the PADI Divemaster course. This course is not for the faint hearted.
PADI Dive Master(DM)
The first step in your journey to become a dive professional, the PADI Divemaster course prepares you to take responsibility for other divers in the water and set a standard for dive safety which is of utmost importance in any adventure sport. It also, by default, grants you the best office in the world.
PADI Open Water Referral(OWR)
A more convenient Open Water course option for those who have limited time or are apprehensive about directly diving into open ocean. It allows you to complete theory and confined water sessions in a pool in the city itself so that you can finish your open water dives over just two days on your holiday
PADI Scuba Diver(SD)
If you are short on time but really want to get certified, the PADI Scuba Diver course is for you. It is a halfway step to the PADI Open Water course that allows you to dive up to 12m under the supervision of a dive professional.
SSI Open Water (OW)
A beginner level 1 scuba diving course that is very similar to the PADI Open Water course but from Scuba Schools International (SSI). It also prepares you to dive independently up to a depth of 18m but costs a little lesser.
SSI Advanced Adventurer(AA)
A level 2 scuba diving course that is very similar to the PADI Advanced Open Water course and teaches you a wide range of skills that make you a more comfortable diver. This two-day course includes five special dives and allows you to go to a depth of 30m.
PADI Deep Diver
A two-day specialty course that allows you to sink a little deeper than the advanced limit and teaches you how to do it safely. The PADI Deep Diver license allows you to dive to a depth of 40m anywhere in the world.
PADI Drift Diver
Get carried away with this one-day specialty course that teaches you how to use strong currents to effortlessly drift across a dive site. The exhilarating PADI Drift Diver course gives you a taste of what flying must feel like.
PADI Enriched Air Diver
This two-day course is PADI’s most popular specialty because it gives us divers what we want more than anything else underwater. Yes, more time! And this genie grants it by teaching you how to properly use Enriched Air Nitrox (EANx) to extend your dive time safely.
PADI Night Diver
A three-day specialty course that prepares you to enter the enticing space of diving in the dark. The PADI Night Diver course allows you to observe how the reef and its marine inhabitants look and behave differently at night under your torch light.
Peak Performane Buoyancy
A one-day specialty course that promises to help you elevate your buoyancy skills to become the best diver you can be. The PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course allows you to take full control over your buoyancy and trim underwater and makes diving practically effortless.