PADI recreational diving courses
Of all the courses we teach, PADI recreational diving courses are by far the most popular. We teach PADI Open Water divers of all ages – from 10 years upwards. Some started with Bubblemaker, others have gone on to train as Master Scuba Diver Trainers. A PADI Open Water certification will set you up for a lifetime of diving. The course options include:
“PADI’s Open Water credentials are accepted the world over. They prove you are a well-trained, competent and confident diver.”
With a PADI Open Water certification, you’ll be able to dive anywhere in the world. PADI is the world’s leading and largest scuba diver training organisation. Its Open Water credentials are accepted everywhere, and will show diver operators you’ve been trained professionally to a sufficient standard to dive in all kinds of locations and conditions.
What recreational course is right for you?
Below you will find links to our recreational diving courses. Which course you take will depend on your age and your experience. If you’re aged between 10 and 14, you’ll be a Junior Open Water Diver. Adults with limited or no experience will need the PADI Open Water Diver course. If you’ve done the PADI Open Water, the next step is the Advanced Open Water Diver. And beyond that, is the PADI Rescue Diver course. For guidance or more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
"Orca Scuba provided an amazing service for both our Open Water and our Advanced Open Water. They went above and beyond…"
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“Excellent dive instructors with a passion for the environment and actually educating you in all safety aspects.”
“Everyone was so friendly and welcoming. We have already booked to go back.”
“I liked it so much that I ended up extending my stay for another week to get my Advanced Open Water Certificate as well.”