PADI Deep Diver Bali

PADI Deep Diver Bali is your next dive adventure. Dive deeper and get the passport to a greater number of dive sites.

Diving deeper into the ocean is an exciting adventure that many divers crave. Whether you’re just starting out or have been diving for a while, the thrill of exploring beneath the waves is undeniable.

During the course you’ll learn how to plan dives and make smart decisions, at depths of up to 40 meters—the maximum depth for recreational diving in Bali.

Come join us as we dive into the heart of deep diving excellence in Bali. It’s an experience you won’t want to miss!

How many dives to complete the PADI Deep Diver Course?

The deep diver course in Bali is 3 to 4 dives depending on your certification and there is an e-learning knowledge that you will have to complete and master with your instructor.

During the dives you will apply the theory with some cool objects and exercises that will make you understand better how pressure and gases affects your body.

Usually we choose to dive in Nusa Penida, because of the conditions and also the possibilities to encounter Mantas and Molas that usually can be found deeper.

Overview of the Course

Briefly during the PADI Deep Diver Course in Bali you will do 4 dives in which you will learn several skills at a maximum depth of 40m.

PADI student diving Deep during the course
PADI Students diving Deep Diver Specialty

Why Choose Bali for your deep diver course?

Here are a few reasons why you should choose Bali and do the PADI Deep Diver Course with us:

  • Rich Biodiversity: Bali boasts an extraordinary diversity of marine life, from majestic manta rays gliding gracefully through the currents to vibrant coral gardens teeming with a kaleidoscope of tropical fish. Divers here have the chance to encounter an array of marine species, including reef sharks, turtles, octopuses, manta and mola molas.

  • World-Class Dive Sites: Bali is home to an impressive selection of dive sites, each offering its own unique charm and allure. From the famous USS Liberty shipwreck in Tulamben to the dramatic walls and drop-offs of Nusa Penida, divers are spoiled for choice when it comes to exploring Bali’s underwater landscapes.

  • Warm Tropical Waters: With water temperatures typically ranging from 26°C to 29°C (79°F to 84°F), divers can enjoy comfortable conditions for exploring the underwater realm without the need for thick wetsuits or cold-water gear.

  • Professional Dive Infrastructure: We offer a well-established dive infrastructure, with experienced instructors catering to divers of all skill levels. Whether you’re a novice seeking to earn your PADI certification or an experienced diver looking to embark on a technical deep dive, we offer the resources and expertise needed to make your underwater dreams a reality.

Programme and Highlights of the PADI Deep Diver Course in Bali

The programme consist in 3 dives if you already done the PADI Deep Diver Adventure or 4 if you haven’t done it

Dive 1: You will learn several basics skills including comparing changes in color at the surface and at depth.

Dive 2: You will learn how to navigate at depth

Dive 3: You will learn how to perform an eight-minute simulated emergency decompression stop at 5 metres/15 feet
before surfacing, while breathing from an emergency air source for at least one minute of
the total time.

Dive 4: You will practise one more deep dive in which you will explore the deep area

As dive sites that we offer for the PADI Deep Diver Course in Bali we have either Tulamben in which you will dive around the famous World War II Wreck or Nusa Penida where you will have chances to see Mantas and Mola Molas


  • Be 15 years old
  • PADI Adventure Diver or Advanced Open Water Diver (equivalent from other agencies is also ok)


  • 1 day
  • Pick you up at your accomodation around 7am
  • 3 dives in Nusa Penida or Tulamben (we stay here one night)
  • We complete knowledge review
  • Trip back to your accomodation

What other courses can you do after the PADI Deep Diver Bali?

If you would like to learn more about specific environments we reccomend you to do the PADI Wreck Specialty if you are passionate about wreck and/or the PADI Night Diver Specialty if you are curious and want to learn how to properly dive at night.