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Discover Scuba Diving Adventure Day

2 dives $110.00

 
Through this program you’ll be introduced to the world of diving by a Professional PADI Dive Instructor and explore the coral reefs and a shipwreck. You’ll go through basics and receive a certificate of completion which will both allow you to dive again with any PADI Pro Diver to a maximum depth of 12m as well as it will count towards the beginning of getting your PADI Open Water Diver Certification within a year.
 
We will make sure you feel comfortable and are able to have fun underwater in a safe manner always under direct supervision of a PADI Dive Instructor who will take you on a tour through the beautiful underwater world of Bocas del Toro to see a shipwreck and all the colorful coral and sponge formations as well as Caribbean reef fish and sea creatures.
 
The price includes 2 dives (temperature is between 27 to 30 degrees Celsius, average maximum depths are between 6 to 12 meters making 50-60min. dives), Professional Guide, dive gear, boat transportation to the dive sites & snacks between dives.
 
Schedules from either 8:00am to 12:30pm or 1:00pm to 5:30pm.

The best little dive shop in paradise. Come dive or get certified with us. We offer a personalized service and the guarantee that you will have a smile at the end of the day 🙂

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