Takes around half a day in our classroom in Bali
Nitrox course with online learning (click here)
Takes around 3 hours online and then just a few minutes in Bali before your first dive
$220 for online learning + $99 for practical application and certification fee in Bali (we'll waive this $99 if you dive two or more days with us)
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Dive Nitrox to dive longer - this is why this Nitrox course is PADI's most popular specialty course.
What is Nitrox?
The gas you are breathing now - air! - consists of approximately 21% oxygen, 79% nitrogen. This is what you normally dive with too. Nitrox (also called Enriched Air or EANx) has a higher percentage of oxygen with a corresponding lower percentage of nitrogen. The most common percentages of oxygen are 32% and 36%. The PADI Enriched Air Course qualifies you to dive with up to 40% oxygen.
Why is it so popular?
More dive time for one tank! With higher percentages of oxygen no-decompression limits are longer, because less nitrogen is getting absorbed than if doing the same dive on air. For example a dive to 30m using 36% oxygen allows a bottom time of 35 minutes, compared with only 20 minutes if using air.
What are the concerns?
The biggest concern is the danger of oxygen poisoning (not a problem if diving on air to recreational diving depths). Also, because diving Nitrox generally adds an extra step in the dive planning process, there is a potentially increased risk of miscalculating. Both of these concerns are fully covered on the course.
Do I need any special equipment?
No - you can dive with your usual equipment.
What does the course involve?
Just a few hours at our classroom here in Sanur. No dives are required for the course itself, but after taking the course we give free Nitrox for at least two dives each day.
Must be at least 12 years old and be a PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent
Complete the form below to book your Nitrox course in Bali or if you need more information or sign up here for the online course.