The warm, clear waters of Indonesia are a perfect place to learn to dive, and you'll be amazed by the biodiversity of marine life and relaxed, friendly way of life.
Indonesia is the worlds' largest archipelago stretching across the equator. A place of diverse ethnic and religious groups of people, and arguably some of the world's best diving locations.
We recommend learning to dive in Sulawesi, in either Bunaken or Lembeh Strait, as both are easy to get to and offer a marine spectacle for both new and more experienced divers. Learn to dive here and you may never need to go anywhere else, at least for a few years!
Learning to dive is easy and it’s fun. Your PADI Open Water Course will take four days to complete. In this course you will learn basic dive theory and master the basic skills needed to be safe and comfortable while exploring the underwater world.
Depart the UK for Manado
Arrive and transfer to your chosen accommodation
You will be met on arrival and transferred to your accommodation for a week long stay. This afternoon you will need to check in with the dive centre in preparation for your course.
Learn to dive Indonesia
Today you will begin your PADI Open Water Course with Eco Divers in Lembeh Strait or Tasik Divers in Bunaken.
Your final two days can be spent relaxing, continuing with your diving (booked and paid for locally) or getting involved with other activities available.
Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to the UK.
You should note: It is possible to learn to dive in other locations around Indonesia. Speak to our Dive Team about your options.