Diving is relaxing and fun, and pretty much anyone who is reasonably fit can go diving. But before you enrol for a certification course ( or if you are diving after a long break ), it is a good idea to check if you are medically fit to dive. Please read the Medical Statement to check if you have any conditions that may prevent you from diving.

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Scuba Diving

FUN DIVES - 7.30 am to 3.30 pm
For certified divers only, local dives at sites around Grande Island. Cost includes 2 dives, equipment rental, juice/water, and boat hire charges.
Charges: INR 5,000.00

For those limited on time but wishing to head for a certification course. Consists of a classroom session covering 3 modules of the Open Water Course, 3 pool sessions and 2 Open Water dives. This level of certification only lets you dive under the guidance of a PADI professional. Charges:INR 16,000.00

The beginner's course consists of 4 Classroom sessions, 2 pool sessions and 4 Open Water Dives. Course fee includes an original PADI manual and dive table, a log book, full scuba equipment, Pool & Boat charges and the PADI certification card. Internationally recognised, this certification lets you dive independently anywhere in the world.
Charges:INR 22,000.00

Hire of scuba diving gear,  initial swimming pool training, snacks/water and juice on the dive boat

* Prices are on per person basis, for minimum 2 pax.
* GST is chargeable extra.

Frequently Asked Questions

QWho can enroll?
A. The only requirements are that you're comfortable in the water and are in good health. For safety, all students complete a brief PADI Medical Statement that asks about medical conditions that could be a problem while diving. If none of these applies, you sign the form and you're ready to start. If any of these apply to you, your doctor must assess the condition and sign a medical form that confirms that you're fit to dive. What does the Discover Scuba program qualify you to do? Completion of the Discover Scuba Diving program can be counted as the first dive of the PADI Open Water course. What do I learn? Knowledge Development To make sure that you understand scuba safety we will start with a safety briefing from your instructor or by watching a short video. Confined Water Training You'll head to the pool right away to learn some basic skills that make your dive safer, and more enjoyable. These are the skills that you will learn: Regulator Clearing: You learn to take your regulator out of your mouth and put it back in underwater. Mask Clearing: How to clear your mask if water gets inside. Alternate Air Source Use: How to share air with your dive buddy in the case of an emergency. These skills are the most important for your safety. Your pool session also lets you get used to the scuba equipment and moving around underwater. Once you are comfortable you head to the sea. Open Water Dive This is what it's all about: the Open Water dive. Under the close supervision of a professional instructor, you'll complete your first open water dive. This dive is exactly the same as the first dive of the Open Water course and can be counted towards that certification as such. You have the option of doing more than one dive as part of the program.