PADI Rescue Diver Course in Bali

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Complete PADI Rescue Diver course:

3 days / theory / pool dives / ocean dives / IDR 4,300,000



PADI Rescue Diver course with online learning

2 days / pool dives / ocean dives / IDR 3,900,000
+ $191 for e-learning

Equipment rental: IDR 400,000
per day if required


Why take your PADI Rescue Diver course in Bali?

This is the dive course every responsible diver should take. The PADI Rescue Diver program develops your knowledge and skills so you can confidently and effectively perform diver assists and rescues, manage diving accident situations and render first aid. This program is an important step towards self-reliance.

On this course you learn by studying key concepts and then by doing, or, if you choose elearning you complete all of the studying before you arrive in Bali.

To get into the PADI Rescue Diver program you’ll need to have successfully completed Emergency First Response (EFR) or a similar sanctioned program in CPR within the past 24 months, or take it with us here when you arrive in Bali.

Must be at least 12 years old and be a PADI Advanced Open Water or equivalent.

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Service at Bali Scuba in the centre and the class room was amazing. My PADI Rescue course was very enjoyable. – Hayden, June 5th

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  • 16-year accident-free record
  • Learning in small groups
  • PADI certified Instructors
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air & clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment
  • New: In-water GPS radio

Included in your course

  • Hotel transfers (Sanur, Seminyak, Kuta, Nusa Dua)
  • PADI manual
  • Official PADI certification fee
  • Daily lunch & soft drinks
  • Free Nitrox 32% for 2 dives each day (if certified)
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