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PADI Adventure Diver

PADI Adventure Diver

Do your PADI Adventure Diver Course with Aussie Divers Phuket, Thailand

Welcome to the Aussie Divers Phuket PADI Adventure Diver Course page.

So you have completed you PADI Open Water Certification and you want to learn more about scuba diving. The PADI Adventure Diver course helps you get more out of diving by introducing you to new types of scuba diving adventures. It’s a great opportunity to work with your instructor to build your scuba diving skills and gain more confidence.

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The Fun Part

Have you always wanted to try digital underwater photography? How about wreck diving? Here’s your chance because you can sample three dives of your choice, get a taste of what you like, and feel more at ease in the water, strengthening your underwater skills and letting you enjoy scuba diving more than ever.

Get credit! Each Adventure Dive may be credited toward the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty course. This means you can be well on your path to becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver.

What You Learn

You can choose what you’re most interested in learning. Need to work on your buoyancy skills? Try the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Adventure Dive. Want to know what you’re looking at down there? Try the Project AWARE Fish ID Adventure Dive. Choose any three of the following Adventure Dives:

Adventure Dives available to scuba divers 10 years old and older:

  • Boat Diver
  • Digital Underwater Photography
  • Peak Performance Buoyancy
  • Underwater Naturalist
  • Underwater Navigator
  • Project AWARE Fish ID

Additional Adventure Dives available to scuba divers 12 years old and older:

  • Deep Diver
  • Drift Diver
  • Search and Recovery Diver
  • Wreck Diver
Hawksbill Sea Turtle photographed at Three Tree's in the Similan Islands Thailand

Hawksbill Sea Turtle photographed at Three Tree’s in the Similan Islands Thailand

The Scuba Gear You Use

You use all your basic scuba gear including your underwater compass. Depending on which three adventure dives you pick, you may also try out an underwater camera, a dive light, lift bags, a dive flag/float or other specialty gear.

The Learning Materials You Need

PADI’s Adventures in Diving Manual and video on DVD provide information on more than 16 types of specialty diving. You’ll use them as a guidebook to improve your diving skills and prepare for new experiences and adventures.

Curious about night diving? Flip to the night diving chapter. Once you’ve previewed the skills, your instructor will guide you on your first night diving adventure. Having trouble with underwater navigation? Review the underwater navigation section then sign up for the Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive with your PADI Instructor.

Prerequisites

To take the Adventure Diver course, you must be

A PADI Open Water Diver or PADI Junior Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization)
Minimum age: 15 years old (10 years old for PADI Junior Adventure Diver)

Scuba Cylinders Racha Yai Aussie Divers

Scuba Cylinders Racha Yai Aussie Divers

Your Next Adventure

After your PADI Adventure Diver certification you can take the next step by completing two more adventure dives. If you’ve completed five total adventure dives that include deep and navigation, you’re an PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

PADI Adventure Dives can also count towards PADI Specialties. For example, if you liked your Night Adventure Dive so much that you wanted to take a complete PADI Night Diver specialty course, your Night Adventure Dive can count as the first dive of that specialty.

The best place to do your Adventure Diver course is with Aussie Divers Phuket, Thailand.

Book your PADI Adventure Diver Course here

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