The PADI Open Water Course is a three to four day program that helps you gain the knowledge and skills needed to become a PADI-certified Open Water diver. Once you enroll in this course, you will start by going through eLearning materials to learn about the theories of diving. There’s no need to hurry as you can study the online lessons at home and at your own pace.

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The in-water training will be held at our private swimming pool where you can apply your new knowledge and skills in confined waters before proceeding to open water dives. Our PADI certified scuba instructors will be with you at every step of the way to ensure the dives are both safe and fun!

The Open Water Diving lessons involve a combination of nine dives: five confined water and four open water dives. No need to purchase or rent scuba diving equipment, we will provide them for you as they are included in the package.

Upon completion, you will receive a certification from PADI and you will be qualified to dive to a depth of 18m with a dive buddy.

Interested participants should be:

  • at least 10 years old or older
  • in good health
  • know how to swim

PADI Open Water

240 OMR

Pricing Includes:
-BBQ Lunch
-Soft Drink
-Permits to Dayminiyat Islands


We’re here to answer your questions

I never tried scuba diving before. What can I do?

If you want to become a certified diver you need to take the PADI Open Water Diving Course (3 days). If you don’t have time to finish a full course, you join us on a day trip and do a Try Dive.

Do all courses require an E-Learning?

Yes, all our courses except the PADI Divemaster Course require and eLearning and you have to read and pass it before we can start the course.

Do I have to know how to swim to enroll in a scuba diving course?

Yes, you need to know basic swimming skills to enroll in the PADI Open water Course. The minimum requirements for safety reasons are: 200 meter swim, floating 10 minutes and basic snorkeling skills.

Do I need to have my own scuba gear?

No, the rental from the Scuba equipment is already included in the course fees.

If there is any question that we have left unanswered, please contact us directly!

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