Other PADI Specialties

Discover our lesser known PADI Diver Specialties on Bali

Joe’s Gone Diving offers many different PADI Dive Specialties in Bali to continue your diving adventures on Bali. The most common ones are PADI Enriched Air DiverPADI Digital Underwater Photography, PADI Wreck Diver and PADI Deep Diver. But there is so much more…

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Specialty Courses
Learn facts about sharks with the PADI Shark Aware Course

Become a PADI AWARE Shark Conservation Diver on Bali

Sharks are unique and play a crucial role in keeping our ocean healthy, but we are close to losing some shark species forever. Interested in sharks? Take the PADI AWARE Shark specialty in Bali. Bali is still lucky to have a few shark species around. In the Project AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty you will learn what you can do to keep it that way and give sharks a fighting chance, on Bali and other locations around the world. And what’s more, you will learn how to identify and where to find sharks common to Bali’s seas.

Depth: depending on certification level
Duration: 1 day, 2 dives
Who can join: If you are at least 12 years old and have the PADI Open Water Diver Certificate you can join the course.

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The course consists of both theory and practice. You will go through the study guide before the start of the course and will make 2 dives under the guidance of an instructor at dive sites where sharks are more commonly spotted. During the dives you will look at the potential hazards for sharks and when we are lucky enough to spot sharks, identify the species and observe natural shark behavior.

During your Project AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty, you learn about:
  • Unique physical attributes of sharks
  • Conservation status of sharks
  • Life history traits that make sharks vulnerable
  • Importance of sharks to marine ecosystems
  • Major threats contributing to declines in shark populations
  • Key management strategies that can protect sharks
  • Value of sharks to local economies
  • Personal actions you can take to protect sharks
  • Shark species common to the region

After successfully finishing your course, you will receive the AWARE Shark Conservation Diver certificate. This PADI Specialty counts towards your Master Scuba Diver Rating and can also count as an adventure dive for your PADI Advanced Open Water course.

Learn how to dive at night with the PADI Night Diver Specialty

Are you ready to discover what happens underwater after the sun goes down? Experience the joy of diving after dark with the PADI Night Diver Specialty. Did you know the underwater world looks completely different after dark? Watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge. Diving in the dark requires different techniques and the PADI Night Diver Specialty teaches you just that.

Depth: depending on certification level
Duration:  2 days, 3 dives
Who can join: If you are at least 12 years old and have the PADI Open Water Diver Certificate you can join the course.

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Before the start of the PADI Night Diver course you study the Night Diver manual and make the knowledge reviews. Your PADI Instructor will go over the knowledge reviews with you during your course. You will make 3 night dives learning the techniques needed to navigate the wonders of the dark. You will focus on controlling your buoyancy, special communication techniques, staying close to your buddy and entering, exiting and navigation in the dark.

After successfully finishing your course, you will receive the PADI Night Diver Specialty certificate. This PADI Specialty counts towards your Master Scuba Diver Rating and can also count as an adventure dive for your PADI Advanced Open Water course.

Discover the reefs at night with the PADI night diver course in Bali
Learn about the ocean with the PADI Project aware course

Project AWARE non-diving courses: great way to spend your deco day

The Project AWARE Foundation is the scuba diving industry’s leading nonprofit environmental organization. It is dedicated to conserving the aquatic environment through education, advocacy and action. Next to the AWARE Shark Conservation Diver and Diving against Debris courses, Joe’s Gone Diving offers a few non-diving AWARE courses: the AWARE Coral Reef Conservation and the Project AWARE Specialist courses. As both courses don’t involve any diving, they are a great way to spend your last day before flying.

Duration:  1/2 day
Who can join: Anyone can enroll for the Project Aware Specialist and Coral Reef Conservation courses.

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The AWARE – Coral Reef Conservation Specialty course teaches you about the vital role of coral reefs in the marine environment. The course also familiarizes you with the current state of the world’s coral reefs and how you can help.

In the Project AWARE Specialist course you learn about some of the most pressing problems facing these vulnerable environments. And everyday actions you can take to help conserve them. It’s informative, interesting and most importantly, you learn how to make a difference.

After successfully finishing your course, you will receive the AWARE Specialist or AWARE Coral Reef Conservation certificate. These AWARE Specialties count towards your PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating.

Help clean our ocean’s planet with the AWARE Diving against Debris Specialty

Every year tens of thousands of marine animals and seabirds die from eating or getting tangled up in marine debris – or trash in the ocean. Marine debris also damages habitats and is expensive to remove. Only divers have the skills to tackle underwater marine debris. Learn how to remove debris safely and record the data to help create a better planet.

Depth: depending on certification level
Duration:  1 day, 2 dives
Who can join: If you’re at least 12 years old and a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or higher, you can join the AWARE – Diving Against Debris course.

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Your dive instructor will first take you through several presentations or will give you some study materials to study beforehand. During this 1-day course you will learn what marine debris is, where it comes from and how you can be part of the solution to the problem. You will learn how to conduct a survey, how to create your own, and will put it all into practice during 1 or 2 “reef clean-up” dives. With the Diving against Debris course you will be helping to clean up the ocean, one dive at the time!

After successfully finishing your course, you will receive the AWARE Diving against Debris certificate. This AWARE Specialty counts towards your PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating.

Learn how to keep the ocean clean with the PADI diving against debris course

Keen to do another PADI Diver Specialty not listed here? Just contact us and ask your options.

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Project AWARE Specialist2.288.000,00
Coral Reef Conservation2.288.000,00
Dive Against Debris3.360.500,00
Aware shark conservation3.360.500,00
Night Diver5.291.000,00
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Project AWARE Specialist160
Coral Reef Conservation160
Dive Against Debris235
Aware shark conservation235
Night Diver370
label_enprice_usd * (SELECT exchange_rate FROM jgd_exchangerate WHERE exchange_rate_id = 2)
Project AWARE Specialist136,00
Coral Reef Conservation136,00
Dive Against Debris199,75
Aware shark conservation199,75
Night Diver314,50

Please note all payments within Indonesia will have to be charged in Indonesian Rupiahs. Therefore the USD and EUR prices are just as an indication. NB. Prices can change without further notice. Our terms and conditions can be found here.

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