Introductory to Scuba Diving

Try Scuba Diving or Introduction to Scuba Dive

Scuba Diving in Bali with Bali Fun Diving.  Don’t people panic when they’re submerged in water for so long? Isn’t it like drowning? many questions came to us.

It’s natural to panic on the idea of being underwater and hesitate in getting a diving certification. Humans weren’t built to live underwater. So, if you have these doubts, why not just do an introductory dive or try to dive. It’s as close to the real thing but with extra supervision.

This program is designed for Non-Certified Diver, to experience and learn the very basics of Scuba Diving with extra supervision, also a limited depth for safety.

Good idea to do this program a day trip diving in Bali – SSI Try Scuba Diving or an introduction to scuba dive before you decide to get your next beginner certification.

Easy, right?

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However, you won’t learn the comprehensive package. You will be diving in the ocean, but no more than 12 meters and under high supervision. Your diving Instructor in Bali will be with you all the time from the start until the end of the program.

Core Skills

All the core skills will be practices in confined water ( seawater at shallow depth) before you experienced the real fun diving for the 2nd dive to enjoy. Or we have an optional to take a Pool Skills Practice with more time to gain your confidence on an extra charge of pool session, with this you will get 1x pool session and 2x open water dives of fun diving in Bali. Once you get the hang of it, you can decide whether you want to get certified. If you want to be able to dive anywhere, and anytime around, you will want to consider taking the Open Water Diver Course for 3 days or take the Scuba Diver Course for 2 days to be a certified diver.

Minimum 18 hrs NO FLIGHT TIME after finishing the diving.

So I’ll learn as much as certified divers?

Yes and no. You’ll be given the basics and briefing from the qualified instructor and you will do some skills practice.


  • you’ll go over the scuba equipment, how to use and move around in them. And some information about it.
  • Practice some skills in confined water.
  • Learn how to equalize with water pressure.
  • Learn how to clear the water out from your scuba mask, and clear the water from the regulator you breathe in.
  • Diving hand signs will also be taught for your safety.
  • Limited depth to a maximum of 12 meters, if only you are comfortable and have no problem with the equalization.
  • Conducted by a qualified and certified dive professional with a ratio maximum of 2 divers to 1 dive professional.

You will be able to swim around on your own under the direct supervision from your scuba diving instructor.

Are you new to Scuba Diving?

Let’s Try Scuba diving in Bali. Have you ever wondered about scuba diving but hesitate to take certification and want to “try dive” first? This program is the answer for you to discover the excitement and adventure of your first time breathing underwater. Learn to dive in Bali with our daily program SSI Try Scuba Diving or a program from another dive training organization, before you decide to take your full open water certification of scuba diving. Also, this program is one of the favourite and top things to do in Bali on your holiday. Spend your one day free for the unforgettable and adventurous journey to Learn scuba diving in Bali with us.

No experience required seeing the spectacular underwater world with our qualified instructors, and diving masters. This program is ideal for those that do not have enough time for a certified course, maybe just want to experience Scuba Diving for the first time in a safe professional environment.

Once you complete this program, if you want to be able to dive anywhere and anytime around the world, you will want to check out about taking full certification program – the Open Water Diver Course for 3 days only. Otherwise, you can also choose half certification for Scuba Diver Course for 2 days only to be a certified diver who has limited holiday time in Bali.


The program will be based on a day trip.

1-Day Full Program

Total of 2x dives session in a day including your confined water skills practice in the shallow water

An optional to take a pool skills practice with extra charge if you feel like to have more time to practice to gain confidence.


For services quality and safety standards, we have our ratio of max. 2 student divers: 1 qualified dive instructor.

Itinerary for Try Scuba DIving in Bali

  • Pick up at 7 AM – 7.30 AM from your accommodation, transfer to our dive shop to meet the Dive Leader, settling the paperwork and payment, equipment fitting.
  • Drive to the dive site – you can choose the dive sites, Tulamben Shipwreck is 2.5 hrs driving from Sanur, OR to Padang Bai is a 1.5 hours drive from Sanur plus a Traditional boat ride 5 minutes to the dive spot. You can experience this Jukung ride ( traditional boat)
  • An optional to take a pool skills practice with extra charge, if you feel like to have more time to practice to gain confidence before going to the open water, at a normal itinerary we will have a skills briefing, fundamentals, and practice in the confined water-sea water at a shallow depth before you go deeper for a fun diving.
  • During your dive, our dive instructor will be holding onto the back of your tanks from the start until you’ve finished your dive. They will also navigate you to the best views possible while keeping you safe.
  • Lunch is included in the package, also we provide drinking water in our cooler box and towel.

Let’s Diving in Bali

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