PADI Advanced Open Water

Now that you’ve gained your entry-level certification as PADI Open Water Diver, you can continue the dive adventure to dive deeper when you’re ready to complete the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver!

PADI Boat Diver is conducted from traditional Balinese ‘jukung’, a unique experience for our students to learn a local dive technique used in Tulamben!

As PADI Advanced Open Water Diver, you may dive to a maximum depth of 30m/100ft. Students complete 2 core dives: PADI Underwater Navigator and PADI Deep Diver. Another 3 elective dives are also required to certify, and the choice is vast – from wreck diving to underwater photography!

Furthering your dive education will give you more confidence in your dive abilities; broaden your horizons with the variety of disciplines to keep you ‘falling in love with SCUBA’ all over again, with each and every dive!

Duration: 2 days.

PADI Night Diver is a popular choice as one of the 3 elective dives, especially with all the different critters that come out at the USAT Liberty Shipwreck, who usually hide during daylight hours!


  • Excellence in professional PADI dive education conducted with highest level of safety standards;
  • All PADI Advanced Open Water Diver educational materials;
  • Lifetime certification as PADI Advanced Open Water Diver;
  • Refreshments (tea/coffee/water) during rest from practical dive training at Bali Dream Divers;
  • All dive tax, porter fees, full equipment rental.

IDRĀ 4,000,000

Minimum Requirements:


  • 5 PADI Adventure Dives (to include PADI Deep Diver and PADI Underwater Navigator);
  • 5 Knowledge Reviews corresponding to completed PADI Adventure Dives.

PADI Deep Diver is one of the two core dives, in which students learn more about the physiological effects of diving deeper. For those interested to dive to the absolute maximum 30m/100ft limit, in nearby Kubu village, the Boga Wreck is an underwater ‘playground’!


  • Transportation to/from Bali Dream Divers, Tulamben;
  • Meals;
  • Accommodation.

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