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How Much Does it Cost to Scuba Dive In Phuket?

How Much Does it Cost to Scuba Dive In Phuket?

How Much Does it Cost To Scuba Dive in Phuket?

Here is a quick review of how much it costs to scuba dive with Aussie Divers Phuket. For more detailed information click on the individual PADI Courses or Day Trip Links.

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Certified Divers Day Trip

Here is a list of our certified divers scuba diving day trips.

Single Kata Beach Dive

2 Boat Dive Racha Yai Only

3 Boat Dive Racha Yai/Noi or Phi Phi/Shark Point Charter Boat

3 Boat Dive Racha Yai/Noi or Phi Phi/Shark Point Speed Boat

Phi Phi Marine Park Fees THB 600 per person per day.

PADI Discover Scuba Diving

The PADI Discover Scuba Diving is a one day scuba diving experience with one of our awesome instructors. It include basic theory and training. There is no certification for this activity.

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PADI Scuba Diver

The PADI Scuba Diver Course is a limited certification for those that are short on time. At the end your certification will be limited to 12 metres and you must dive with a divemaster or instructor. The course does not allow you to dive independently.

The price includes, classroom theory, pool training, PADI manual and PADI Certification.

PADI Open Water Course

The PADI Open Water Course is considered PADI’s entry level course. You will get an 18 metre certification.

It is a three day course and the price includes, classroom theory, pool training, PADI manual, PADI certification fees with;

PADI Adventure Diver

The PADI Adventure Diver Course is a part course towards the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. It is a one day course and the price includes, theory, PADI manual and PADI certification fees,

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PADI Advanced Open Water Course

The PADI Advanced Open Water Course is two day advanced diver certification. At the end you will be certified to dive to 30 metres. The course will include a deep dive to 30 metres, an underwater navigation dive and three elective dives. The price includes, PADI manual and PADI certification fees with;

Emergency First Response

A one day first aid course that includes, theory, manual, CPR and AED Training, First aid and O2 Training

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PADI Rescue Diver

Become a PADI Rescue Diver and you may save a life one day. Either and two or three day course with 2 Boat/Beach Dives. The price includes theory, pool training, PADI manual and PADI certification fees:

PADI Divemaster Course

4 Week Course: 40 dives to start: THB 35,000
3 Week Course: 60 dives to Start: THB 25,000

PADI Crew Pack: THB 9,000
Fees to PADI: AUD$ 220:00

PADI Instructor Development Course

Two Week Course: 100 Dives to Start: THB 42,000
Extended Training Package: THB 7,000 per week

PADI Online Training: THB 6,000
PADI Slate Pack: THB 9,000

Fees to PADI

IDC Application AUD$ 280.00
IE Application AUD$ 975.00
EFR Application AUD$ 193.00

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By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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