Senses Diving Con Dao Vietnam PADI Dive Center - PADI Courses

PADI Open Water Course

PADI Open Water Course

Get Certified today! The PADI Open Water Course is the worlds most popular entry level scuba diving course.

The course involves three main phases:

  • knowledge development.
  • confined water training.
  • open water training.

The knowledge development takes 4-5 hours to complete and can be done on-line through the PADI e-learning scheme, before you get to the island. Or if you wish you can do all your theory on the island. For more details please contact us.

Senses Diving Con Dao Island Vietnam PADI Dive Center | PADI Open Water Course

Once your theory is complete, the course then takes 3 more days, 1 day confined water training and two days open water training from our dive boat. Our maximum group size is 4 students to one instructor.

The cost of the PADI Open Water Course is -11,550.000 VND (aprx $550)

Prerequisites – To enroll in the PADI Open Water Course or Junior Open Water Course, you must be 10 years or older.

All PADI open water students must complete a medical form before starting the course (click the link below to view)

PADI e-learning

The knowledge development takes 4-5 hours to complete and can be done on-line through the PADI e-learning scheme, before you get to the island. Or if you wish, you can do all your theory on the island. For more details please contact us.

Con Dao dive Center, Vietnam – PADI  Elearning

PADI Medical Form

All Padi Open Water students must complete a medical form before starting the course (click the link below to view)

PADI Medical Form

If the answer is YES to ANY of the questions, please print out the form and see a Doctor before traveling to Con Dao to obtain medical certification that it is safe for you to dive. We cannot do this on the island. If your answers are all NO’s, we can complete paperwork when you get here and start your course.

Insurance

Also please note that when diving in Con Dao we require guests to be covered via insurance for diving, and emergency evacuation due to the remoteness of the island and limited medical facilities. If this is not already covered by your travel insurance policy, we recommend DAN (Divers Alert Network) for their coverage.

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