Introductory  Diving

USD 82

  1 Day

  Depart from Gili Trawangan at 8:00 am

  Speakers :   Indonesian   British   Australian   Germany   French  

  Up to — 10 Person ( 1 Group )

 Swimming Pool







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Note : If you want to receive a certification, you need to complete some more theory, more pool work and one more dive. This can all be done in one or two more days and will qualify you as a Scuba Diver or as an Open Water Diver. Minimum Age : 10 Years

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Introductory Diving

The introductory diving is intended for who has never experienced the Scuba diving before. Introductory diving is also well known as trial diving, this is your opportunity to see the underwater world. You don't need to have a diving certification to do this.

Introductory Diving Itinerary

An introduction to the splendid world of scuba diving. This half-day course comprises a 30-minute introduction to the equipment, some basic theory, and the skills required. And then followed by a half hour session in our pool. Trying out those skills and getting accustomed to breathing underwater. And then you are taken on a dive accompanied by one of our instructors.

After this course, you will be able to dive for the next year to a maximum depth of 12 meters accompanied by a certified dive master or instructor.

Do I get a Scuba Certificate?

Yes, you will get a temporary Scuba Diving or SSI certificate. It is normally at a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 1 year. 

Gili island is popular with underwater life. It is one of the best Indonesia diving spots. There are a lot of great spots such as Shark point, Manta point, and many more.

On your introductory diving, you can only go to the maximum depth of 12 meters. You are not allowed to go on such deepest dive sites. Otherwise, if you want to go for the depth diving spots, you need to have an open water certificate.


  • Diving Equipments 
  • SSI/PADI Certificate Instructor/Dive Master
  • Pool
  • Boat Transfer to Dive site


  • Meals and drinks
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips
  • Certificate

Need to Bring

  • Casual Wear
  • Swimsuits
  • Flip flop
  • Sunglasses
  • Etc.