The PADI Adventure Diver Course is a step closer to the Advanced Certification.
The training introduces you to new scuba toys and underwater adventures in Pattaya!
Completing three adventurous course dives beyond entry level earns you the certification and improves your ability and overall confidence.
Your certifying instructor may credit each core dive towards the advanced or the first dive of corresponding specialty certifications.
The information below gives you the maximum depths, age restrictions, and course price.
You must be PADI Open Water Diver (or junior) and at least 10 years to join the flexible program. You choose three specialty dives that interest you the most.
Try the peak performance buoyancy dive to improve your hovering skills and take the wreck dive for thrills and mystery swimming around sunken shipwrecks.
✔ Direct and personalised supervision from your private scuba instructor
✔ Free rental of modern dive equipment and instruction how to use the gear
✔ Three classroom sessions of scuba knowledge reviews
✔ Three open water scuba training dives to 21 or 30 meters (depends on age)
✔ Pattaya hotel transfers, hot buffet food, soft drinks, and afternoon snacks on the boat
✔ The PADI Adventure Divers Certification Card and student training manual
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The Adventure Diver Course does not necessarily require long classroom sessions, videos, pool skills, or a final exam. The scuba lessons consist mostly of underwater training supervised by your PADI diving instructor.
It is possible to complete the certification in one full day of diving and theory lessons.
The study materials required for the course are included in the price and extra study manuals with scuba accessories are available from the Dive Center. The Basic Diving Equipment required for the course is included in the price.
Depending on which three Adventure Dives you choose, you may also try out underwater photography equipment, an underwater compass, DPV's (underwater scooters), a torch, a dry suit, lift bags, a dive flags/floats or other specialty diving gear.
After your PADI Adventure Diver Certification, you may only need two more specialty dives to be certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (if they include deep and navigation).
The dives may also count towards PADI Specialty Diver Certifications.
For example, if you liked your wreck dive so much that you wanted to take a complete PADI Wreck Diver Specialty Course, your wreck adventure dive can count as the first one needed to complete that specialty.