03 Sep PADI Specialty of the month: AWARE Shark Conservation Diver
Take our AWARE Shark Conservation Diver specialty in September and receive an 8% discount on our course fee.
The AWARE Shark Conservation Diver Specialty is one of the specialties that has been developed by Project AWARE. The magnificent sharks are unfortunately under threat. 30% of sharks species are threatended or near threatened with extinction. The hammerhead shark population for example, has declined by 89% since 1986.
Sharks play a key role in the marine ecosystem. Without them our reefs are under threat. They are crucial to maintain healthy marine eco systems. They keep a balance among prey species as they are at the top of many food chains. They remove sick, injured and deceased animals. Our beautiful colourful reefs with its great variety in marine life is mainly thanks to them!
In this PADI Specialty you will learn more about the status of sharks in the world, what the major threats are to the shark population and what can be done about the conservation of sharks. You will also learn what you can contribute.
Additionally you will learn more about the unique physical attributes of sharks and will learn to recognise them. You will make 2 dives as part of your course in a dive spot where we see them more frequently.
Who can join the AWARE Shark Conservation Diver course:
You have to be at least 12 years old and have the PADI Open Water certificate or an equivalent certification from another organisation.
The course takes 1 day. The cost of the course is just IDR 2,898,000 in September.
The course fee includes all required study materials, PADI Certification fee, rental of all scuba equipment, dive insurance, PADI Instructor, lunch & snacks, towels, park and porter fees and taxes. We will pick you up for free from your hotel in the Sanur and Kuta area. For pick-ups in the Seminyak, Nusa Dua and Benoa area we charge IDR67,000 (about US$5) extra per person per day.
Contact us today to book your spot for the AWARE Shark Conservation Diver specialty on Bali!
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