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Scuba Diving Options During Kitesafari

During our Kitesafari trips, participants have three different scuba diving options:

1. Introductory Diving – Included in the price – 20 minutes with an instructor, diving to a maximum depth of 8 meters (no prior qualifications required).

2. PADI Open Water Course or Other Dive Organization Courses

3. Diving for Certified Divers


1. Introductory Diving

Introductory diving with an instructor is a short but fascinating experience that allows individuals without prior diving experience to explore the underwater world under the guidance of a professional instructor. This exciting adventure provides an opportunity to discover the beauty of the underwater world, experience weightlessness, and encounter various marine creatures.

Introductory Diving Process:

  • Introduction to Diving: Before the dive, the instructor provides a brief introduction, explaining safety procedures, the equipment used, and diving protocols. Participants learn what activities they will perform underwater and the basic communication gestures used during diving.
  • Equipment Preparation: The instructor helps participants put on diving equipment, which typically includes a mask, snorkel, buoyancy control device, and fins. Each item is thoroughly checked to ensure it fits and functions correctly.
  • Exploring the Underwater World: During the dive, the instructor guides the participant underwater, usually by holding hands, showcasing the diversity of underwater flora and fauna. Participants can admire the beauty of coral reefs, colorful fish, and other marine creatures.
  • Underwater Communication: Throughout the introductory dive, the instructor uses simple underwater communication gestures (explained during the introduction) to allow participants to communicate underwater, indicating, for example, that everything is okay or that something interesting is spotted.
  • Conclusion of the Dive: After completing the dive, participants resurface and take a break. The instructor discusses the diving experience and answers any questions.

Requirements: Introductory diving is available to individuals aged 10 and above, who are in good health and have no medical contraindications to diving. Prior diving experience or swimming skills are not required.

Instructors: Introductory diving sessions are led by experienced diving instructors qualified to conduct beginner course.

Duration: Introductory diving with an instructor typically lasts about 20 minutes. The duration may vary slightly depending on the location and individual preferences.

Note: Introductory diving is an excellent introduction to the underwater world and can serve as motivation for further diving skill development. Those who fall in love with introductory diving can continue their diving adventure by participating in full PADI Open Water Diver courses or other advanced diving programs.


2. PADI Open Water Diver Course

The PADI Open Water Diver course is a fundamental diving course that enables participants to acquire basic diving skills and obtain a certification allowing them to dive worldwide. This is the first step into the fascinating and highly exciting underwater world.

The locations we visit during Kitesafari are in close proximity to excellent diving spots ideal for the PADI Open Water Diver course. This makes our Kitesafari trips perfect for this type of course.

Course Objectives:

  • Learning basic diving techniques and safe underwater movement.
  • Developing skills in planning and conducting dives.
  • Familiarization with diving equipment and its proper use.
  • Gaining knowledge about dive safety and how to respond to potential hazards.
  • Obtaining the PADI Open Water Diver certification, allowing for independent diving to a depth of 18 meters.

Course Program:

  • Diving Theory: Lectures and course materials allow participants to acquire theoretical knowledge about diving, including underwater physics, diving physiology, diving equipment, and safety principles.
  • Shallow Water Course Sessions: Instructors teach participants basic diving skills such as breathing underwater, buoyancy control, mask and snorkel use, and safety procedures.
  • Open Water Course Sessions: Participants transfer their diving skills to open waters, practicing various diving scenarios and refining their skills under the guidance of an instructor.
  • Controlled Dives: Participants have the opportunity to complete several dives in open waters under the direct supervision of an instructor, gaining practical experience and confidence in diving.
  • Theoretical Exam and Certification: After completing the course, participants take a short theoretical exam to confirm their acquired knowledge. Upon successful completion, they receive the PADI Open Water Diver certification.

Requirements: The PADI Open Water Diver course is suitable for individuals over the age of 10 who can swim and have no medical conditions that would contraindicate diving. No prior diving experience is required, but the ability to swim on the water’s surface is necessary.

Instructors: The course is led by experienced PADI diving instructors who hold the necessary certifications and qualifications to deliver this course.

Duration: The PADI Open Water Diver course typically lasts from 3 to 4 days, with additional dives during Kite/Dive safaris to solidify acquired skills.

Note: The PADI Open Water Diver course provides comprehensive and professional course, allowing participants to fully enjoy diving safely and responsibly. It is an ideal option for those who dream of exploring the underwater world and want to become certified divers ready to embark on amazing underwater adventures in seas, oceans, or lakes.


3. Diving for Certified Divers

Diving during such a trip can be considered an additional option, especially on windless days. During windy days, we are near the best kitesurfing spots, and we are also close to fantastic spots for beginner divers, with depths not exceeding 15 meters. Here, you can complete the PADI Open Water course or similar at a very high level.

However, for those interested, there is an opportunity to go diving. The desire to participate in diving must be communicated before the trip so that suitable diving equipment

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