PADI WRECK DIVER SPECIALTY
Only few moments in diving might be compared with descending on a wreck and sensing the mystery and exhilaration of discovery. Wrecks are fascinating windows into the past and teem with a rich wildlife. Most of the wrecks lie deeper than 18 meters but the USAT Liberty in Tulamben Bali is instead accessible to all levels since it is located between 5 to 28 meters depth. However, it is still recommended to complete the PADI Deep Diver Course (max. depth of 40 meters) to be able to discover wrecks in general.
During this course, you will gain experience in navigating and exploring a wreck during at least four dives under the supervision of your PADI Instructor.
To participate to the PADI Wreck Diving Course Bali, you must be certified as a PADI Adventure Diver or have a similar qualification from another organisation to that of a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver.
DURATION: 2 DAYS
TO ENROLL IN THE PADI WRECK DIVING COURSE BALI, YOU MUST:
- Be certified as a PADI Adventure Diver (or AOWD SSI/NAUI/other equivalent)
- Be at least 15 years old
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE (TRAINING)
- PADI Wreck Diver manual (online or paper version)
- Diving Log Book
- PADI Certification Card
- Transport in air-conditioned bus to and from training site
- Full set of Aqualung diving equipment rental including tanks and weights
- 1 hotel night in Tulamben (air-conditioned room, hot water, breakfast included)
- PADI Instructor speaking English, French, Chinese, or Indonesian
- Theory lessons
- 4 dives in the ocean
- Porter available to carry the equipment/tank to and from the dive site
- All amenities: toilet, shower, and changing room available
- PADI Diving Insurance (Decompression Chamber only)
- Oxygen Kit and First Aid available on site
- Free Wifi at the Dune Atlantis International Bali main office and at the dive site location
Did you love your experience and would like to continue your diving adventure?
Check out our choice of PADI Specialties and choose either to spend more time underwater to observe an amazing marine life or to discover a new marine life at depths where light begins to fade.