With PADI Specialty Diver courses in Bali you can chart your course for a colorful collection of awesome dives and adventures. Sure, your PADI certification opens up the oceans and lakes to you, but the PADI Specialty Dives take the underwater adventure to depths that will stir your soul. Achieving PADI Specialty ratings can take anywhere from as little as one day to a full weekend -but this is all hands-on, so you’ll be diving right from the start as you aim for the ultimate PADI Master Scuba Diver Rating..
There are many PADI Specialty courses available in Bali; by far the most popular ones for this region are listed below. The choices are numerous so if you have any questions please contact us as we are here to help you make the right decisions.
At Blue Season Bali, all of our specialty courses are organized to give you the best possible training, in the best possible locations around Bali. As you go through the specialty pages you will see information about pre-requisites, prices, and general information.
If you are in any doubt about which program to take please contact us as we have the latest and most professional advice for you.
Ever wanted to explore the deeper quieter oceans? Sign up for your PADI Deep Diver Course and do just that. This 2 day course will teach you everything you need to know to safely execute scuba dives to 40m.
Wreck diving is some of the best diving in the world. Learn how to map, research and penetrate underwater wrecks to get the most out of your wreck diving!
Bali is famous for her beautiful drift dives along Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. Add this one day course to your fun dives and learn all about safe drift diving techniques while still exploring some of Bali’s best dive sites.
Are your pictures too green? Too blue? Sign up for this simple one day course and learn how to make your underwater photographs better, clearer and full of colour. This course can easily be added to any of our fun diving programs!
If you are certified in any FIVE PADI Specialty Diver Courses; have your Rescue Diver Certification and 50 logged dives – you qualify for PADI’S Master Scuba Diver Rating – click here for more info.