Dive Course

Kursus Selam PADI

PADI Open Water Diver Course (Kursus Diving PADI tingkat Pemula)

Course in Jakarta: Rp.5.500.000

Get special price for group booking minimum 2 pax

Materials, pool entrance, exam trip to Pramuka Island (accommodation, fast boat, 4x dive), gear rental, log book, e-card PADI

Course in Bali: Rp.7.500.000

Digital materials, pool, exam trip to Amed Bali (accommodation, transport, 4x dive), gear rental, log book, e-card PADI

All exclude:
Ancol ticket, flight, meals, insurance, personal expenses

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course

Course in Jakarta: Rp.5.500.000

Materials, trip to Pramuka Island (accommodation, fast boat, 5x dive), gear rental, license card PADI.

Course in Bali: Rp.6.500.000

Digital materials, trip to Tulamben/Amed Bali (accommodation, transport, 5x dive), gear rental, e-card PADI.

All exclude:
Ancol ticket, flight, basic gear, meals, insurance, personal expenses

Emergency First Response Course


Include: Materials, EFR kit

PADI Rescue Diver


Digital materials, Pool entrance, Trip 2D1N to Pramuka Island, e-card PADI.

Ancol ticket, gear rental, meals, personal expenses

PADI Divemaster Course


After the course, we encourage you to improve your diving skills and join our trips


  1. Why PADI? PADI is the world’s largest scuba training agency. By choosing PADI, you choose a strong brand name, probably the most famous agency but also the one that imposes the most constraints in terms of standards to be respected. No matter where you choose to dive, your PADI certification card will be recognized and accepted. In fact, on most scuba diving adventures, you’ll be surrounded by other PADI Divers who made the same certification choice you did – to train with the world’s largest and most respected scuba diving training organization. More info about PADI, click here.
  2. How long does it take to complete the open water diver course? Minimum 5 days (depend on your progress & readiness). 2 days is for theory class session, 1 day for pool session, another 2 days for exam trip (on weekend).
  3. When is the course schedule? We are flexible. The schedule will be managed together by you and your instructor.
  4. Does the course require minimum student to start? No. One student is enough to start the course.
  5. I am not good swimmer, can I still learn to dive? Yes you can, you only have to perform 300m snorkel.
  6. I am over 50 years old, can I still learn to dive? As long as you are in good health you should be able to dive. Having a doctor approval is the best solution for any worries you have.