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  • Which diving package should I choose if I am a beginner?
    When you want to dive for the first time, you will start with the Discover scuba diving to see if you like it and continue with a course such as the Open Water Diver to get your first certification!
  • At what age can you start diving?
    Scuba diving is allowed from the age of 8 in a confined water (swimming pool).
  • What does PADI mean?
    Professional Association of Diving Instructors. It is the largest international organisation for scuba diving training. It was founded in the United States in 1966.
  • I am pregnant, can I dive?"
    It is not possible to dive while pregnant, regardless of the stage of pregnancy.
  • How many times can you dive per day?
    It is possible to dive several times a day if you respect a surface interval. It is best to plan your dives according to your profile to avoid decompression dives.
  • Are sea animals dangerous in Bali?
    The vast majority of marine species do not attack humans. However, it is not advisable to touch them as some can be very poisonous: scorpion fish, blue ring octopus, sea snake, sting rays...
  • Can you dive with a pacemaker?
    For any medical question, only a doctor specialised in scuba diving can answer your questions
  • I would like to come and dive at your centre, do I need to provide a deposit?"
    No deposit for day dives 20% deposit for safaris 20% deposit for training courses
  • What is snorkelling?
    Otherwise known as 'free diving', it is simply diving in shallow water with a mask, snorkel and fins. It is called snorkelling.
  • What languages do the instructors speak?
    Our instructors speak English, French and Indonesian.
  • Do I need insurance to dive?
    The dive center and instructors are insured for liability, however, if the mistake is made by the diver, the diver will not be covered. We advise you to have your own insurance covering diving accidents.
  • Are you allowed to eat before diving?
    Yes, we advise you to eat before diving. However, it is recommended not to eat too much before a dive. Avoid carbonated drinks to avoid gas compression.
  • Is alcohol allowed before and after the dive?
    No, alcohol is strongly discouraged before a dive. We do not serve alcohol during the day of the dive either. Moderate alcohol can be taken after the dives at the end of the day.
  • Is it dangerous to dive?
    Although scuba diving is one of the least dangerous activities, it is advisable to come with a medical certificate and to follow the recommendations of the dive guides. It has been proven that diving is no more dangerous than swimming. With our experienced instructors, the risk of accidents is minimal.
  • Is there a time limit between a scuba dive and a flight?
    Yes, you should wait a minimum of 12 hours between your last dive and your flight. However, in the case of repetitive dives, it is recommended to wait 18 hours before flying.
  • What do I need to bring to the dive?
    We recommend that you bring your swimming suit, towel, sunscreen as well as beach shoes and sunglasses. We advise you to come with a 5mm wetsuit, the water can be cool in the south of Bali depending on the season. Our tanks accept your DIN or Yok regulators, no need for an adapter.
  • Can I wear glasses under my mask?
    No, but underwater, the field of view is increased by about a third.
  • Can you arrange a transfer from my hotel?
    the price is included transfers from Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, central Ubud to the dive centre (located in Sanur).
  • Can I wear my contact lenses under my diving mask?
    Yes, it is possible to wear them. For Open Water diver exercises, it is better not to wear them because you will have to remove your mask.
  • Does diving cause ear pain ?
    The answer is no, although we may feel some discomfort that can be avoided with various techniques. When we dive, our bodies experience pressure due to the weight of the water. This pressure is primarily felt in the ears. The sensation is similar to what we might feel when hiking in the mountains or during taking off/landing in an airplane, for example, when traveling to Bali. 😉 Before any discomfort arises, it's essential to practice the equalization maneuver. The simplest method involves pinching your nose and gently blowing with your mouth closed, as if we were blowing your nose or swallowing. By doing this, we perform the Valsalva maneuver. Its purpose is to force the opening of the Eustachian tube to allow air into the ear and restore pressure balance on each side of the eardrum.💦 This maneuver should be performed as often as necessary, throughout the descent and during the dive, every time you descend a little deeper.
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