Mysterious and yet so alluring - Go for the PADI® Night Diver Specialty Program!
3 days | 3 Open Water Dives
A whole new underwater world after sunset!
As a scuba diver, you miss half of the ocean's life if you only dive during the day. Why limit your diving to daylight hours when you can experience the wonder of what happens underwater once the sun goes down?
Scuba diving at night is one of the most exciting experiences you can have underwater!
Diving at night entails more than just grabbing a torchlight and going. Adequate planning, preparation, equipment, and communication skills are needed.
The PADI Night Diver Specialty course can provide these skills and give you the assurance to navigate and the knowledge to recognize marine life at night.
Let's get your PADI® Night Diver Specialty Certification!
Stop wondering what happens underwater after the sun goes down and drop into a whole new world and discover it through the glow of your dive light!
During the Night Diver Course, you will learn:
- Planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of night diving
- Proper methods for buoyancy control, navigation, and communication
- Use of dive lights and buddy-system techniques
- Disorientation and emergency procedures
- Identifying how plants and animals vary or modify behavior at night
|Be a PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or equivalent, able to swim, medically fit for diving (please read the PADI Medical Form to check that there are no issues. If you answer 'NO' to all the questions then you are OK to start your diving course and there is no need for you to have a medical check.
If you answer 'YES' to any questions, please let me know. In that case, there are some additional questions on page 2 and a medical check-up may be required before starting your course.)
|Total time commitment
|12 years old or older
Koh Tao Night Diver Specialty Course package includes:
- 3 training dives
- Insurance coverage
- Rental dive equipment
- Use of Dive Computers during the course, Compass and Torchlights
- PADI e-material
- PADI e-card on completion
- Complimentary refreshments, coffee, fruit and snacks on our diving boat
The first dive of this PADI Specialty Diver course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification.
If you have already completed an adventure night dive during your adventure or advanced course, you only need to complete two more dives.
In that case, the course price is lower. Please, contact us for more information.
Every PADI Specialty certification you earn counts towards the prestigious Master Scuba Diver rating.
Any concern? Don't worry, we are here to support you and answer all of your questions.
You have not dived for a while and feel that your knowledge and skills are rusty.
We suggest you start with a Refresher Course in our on-site pool.
This quick course will re-visit your dive theory/safety and will include essential dive skills circuit, diving hand signals, and equipment setup.
By the end of your refresher, you'll feel much more confident to enjoy your training dives.
Get in touch to arrange your refresher today!
IMPORTANT! -Flying after Diving
When planning your diving trip and your journey toward your destinations, always remember that you must not fly directly after scuba diving. It accentuates the risk of having decompression sickness.
The PADI guidelines are to NOT FLY during a 12 hours interval after a single dive and 18 hours after multiple dives. As often when it comes to scuba diving, take a conservative approach to safety, and whenever possible, avoid flying the next 24 hours after a dive.
If you intend to do multiple dives on different days during your trip, consider buying your own dive computer, as it will calculate the optimal time to fly based on your diving history.
Even more than other outdoor sports, diving is weather- and sea-dependent. Be aware that some sites might be inaccessible on certain days and that diving trips might be canceled due to dangerous conditions.
Luckily, Thailand has a fantastic climate almost all year round and this happens very rarely.