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All try dives are completed with your own dedicated PADI professional.

With rare exceptions all our dives are boat dives.

Core Courses

Learning to Scuba Dive is listed as one of the top ten things to do before you die!

Well this is where it starts. Discover Scuba or a Try Dive allows the young of heart to experience the thrill of breathing underwater and exploring the underwater world accompanied by an instructor or certified assistant.

The Discover Scuba experience includes an explanation and demonstration of equipment prior to entering the water followed by a dive to a maximum of 12 meters. Please note that while in the water you will be on a "one to one" basis, one customer one instructor.

Although the dive will be about 30/40mins you need to allow about 3 hours in total from start to finish.

What do you need to bring? Swimming costume and a towel, along with a change of clothes, and a smile we provide everything else.

Please note that you do need to be able to swim to take do this, you don't need to be an Olympic class swimmer, but you do need to be comfortable in the water

Note: Try Dives are resource intensive and no booking is confirmed until receipt of deposit.

"YOU NEED TO LEAVE A MINIMUM OF 12 HOURS BETWEEN A TRY DIVE AND FLYING, OR ASSENDING TO ALTITUDE GREATER THAN 600M. SO YOU CANNOT DIVE IN THE MORNING AND GO UP TO MOUNT TEIDE IN THE AFTERNOON OR FLY"

Is the world's most popular scuba course, and has introduced millions of people to the adventurous diving lifestyle.

Get your PADI scuba certification. If you've always wanted to learn how to scuba dive, discover new adventures or simply see the wondrous world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. The fun part about this course is . . . well, just about all of it because learning to dive is incredible. You breathe underwater for the first time (something you'll never forget) and learn what you need to know to become a certified diver.

What You'll Learn

The PADI Open Water Diver course consists of three main phases:

Knowledge Development to understand basic principles of scuba diving

Confined Water Dives to learn basic scuba skills

Open Water Dives to review your skills and explore!

Prerequisites

To enroll in the "PADI Open Diver" course or "Junior Open Water Diver" course, you must be 10 years or older

How long

3-5 days

Exploration, Excitement, Experiences

That’s what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. You don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification

The Advanced Open Water Diver course helps you increase your confidence and build your scuba skills so you can become more comfortable in the water.

This is a great way to get more dives under your belt while continuing to learn under the supervision of your PADI instructor. This course builds on what you've learned and develops new capabilities by introducing you to new activities and new ways to have fun scuba diving.

You'll hone your skills by completing five adventure dives that introduce you to:

  • Underwater navigation
  • Deeper water diving (typically anywhere from 18-30 metres/ 60-100 feet)
  • A sampler of three more Adventure Dives of your choice

The Fun Part: Your Choice...

One reason you´'ll love the Advanced Open Water Diver course is that you and your instructor choose from 15 types of Adventure Dives to complete your course. You can try your hand at digital underwater photography, wreck diving, night diving, peak performance buoyancy and much more.

Get credit! Each Adventure Dive in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course may credit toward the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver course.

Prerequisites:

To take this course, you need to be:

  • A PADI Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization)
  • 15 years old (12 for Junior Advanced Open Water Diver)

Duration: 1 day

CPR and First Aid: EFR, Emergency First Response Primary and Secondary Care First Aid and CPR are good skills for anyone involved in adventure sports just in case. You need these skills for the PADI Rescue Diver course.

EFR is a PADI affiliate that specializes in teaching these life saving skills and they're for anyone, not just divers. Many of the skills you will learn are exactly the same as those by doctors and staff in the Accident and Emergency departments of hospitals!

The fun part about EFR training is learning serious medical emergency response skills in an upbeat, positive environment. You gain the confidence that you are prepared to help in an emergency.

What You Learn in the EFR Primary and Secondary Care Courses:

  • BLS (Basic Life Support) CPR and rescue breathing at the layperson level
  • AED (automated external defibrillator) use (optional)
  • Preventing and caring for shock
  • Spinal injury management
  • Use of barriers to reduce disease transmission risk
  • Basic first aid and first aid kit considerations

The Learning Materials You Need:

Through a combination of independent study and skill practice with an instructor, you'll build the confidence and skills to provide basic emergency care. The Primary and Secondary Care Manual and video on DVD preview scenarios and provide step-by-step skill demonstrations.

The EFR Response Care at a Glance card is a quick-reference guide for emergency situations. Designed to fit in a glove compartment or backpack, the Care at a Glance card is an important component for any first-aid or disaster preparedness kit.

Prerequisites:

To enroll in EFR courses, you must Care about other people and want to be able to assist them in a medical emergency.

Duration: 4-5 days

Challenging and rewarding best describe the PADI Rescue Diver course. Building upon what you've already learned, this course expands on what you already know about how to prevent problems, and how to manage them if they occur..

The fun part about this course is rising to challenges and mastering them. Most divers find this course both demanding and rewarding, and at the end, say it's the best course they've ever take!

What You Learn:

  • Self rescue
  • Recognizing and managing stress in other divers
  • Emergency management and equipment
  • Rescuing panicked divers
  • Rescuing unresponsive divers

The Scuba Gear You UseYou use all your basic scuba gear including a dive computer and accessories.

Prerequisites:

Be 15 years or older.

Have a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification (or have a qualifying certification from another organization).

Be trained and current for first aid and CPR within the previous two years. See the Emergency First Response CPR and first aid course details.

Diving Tenerife - Master Scuba Diver Certification

This certification denotes that you've reached the highest recreational diver level in the PADI System of diver education. PADI Master Scuba Diver indicates you have a significant amount of training and experience in a wide variety of dive environments.

No one said prestige was easy to come by, but it is certainly well worth it. As a Master Scuba Diver your experience will open a new level of confidence whether you're diving local wrecks, quarries, reefs or exploring exciting dive environments around the world. Achieving recognition as a 'black belt' of recreational scuba diving is amongst the most sought after diving accolades.

So how do you earn the Master Scuba Diver rating?

  • certified PADI Rescue Diver.
  • at least 50 logged dives
  • 5 PADI Specialty course certifications

As the Master Scuba Diver certification is a recognition of previous training and experience, there is no fixed course outline as such. Please refer to the individule course details for specialities that interest you.

Prerequisites:

PADI Rescue Diver (or qualifying certification from another training organization) 15 years old.

12 years old for Junior Master Scuba Diver)

Advanced Open Water and beyond or, a suggestion from the experienced

"If you are a doing continuing education course, Advanced Open Water or beyond why not give yourself a day before you start the course and have a pre-course diving day."

Even experienced divers, who dive regularly, when they change diving environments/locations they know it will take couple of dives to settle down and fully relax. There is a lot going on maybe they are using different equipment than they are used to, the need to get weighting sorted out and all dive centers run slightly differently.

So why not make you life easy and get the most out of your course.

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