Scuba Diving is a widely popular and upcoming international sport. At Trailblazers, we offer a PADI certified scuba diving programme that will permanently change your relationship with water. With some of the world’s best rated dive sites and state of the art dive schools, Bali in Indonesia is the perfect place to begin your journey into the exciting world of scuba diving.
Dive among corals and turtles, explore an underwater World War 2 ship wreck, while getting your PADI scuba diving certification. The training will include indoor pool sessions as well as dives in the open ocean.
What more, we will give you a Balinese cultural immersion, complete with a visit to a Balinese cave temple, tasting the world’s most expensive coffee and cycling through rice plantations.
Learn an upcoming adventure sport
Experience first hand, what you see in Nat Geo or discovery documentaries!
Certified course – become a certified open water diver
Skill that can be added to your resume in the future
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I credit so much of who I am to Trailblazers. Send your kids to their trips and I promise they will come back with memorable stories and a thirst for adventure.
Purujith Gautam, Ex-Camper, Mumbai
Meet at Mumbai Airport. Quick introduction, orientation and board flight to Bali.
Arrive in Bali, drive to hotel, check in, lunch and relax. Head to the scuba diving school to try out equipment and finish registration formalities. Spend evening exploring the town of Sanur, followed by icebreakers. Dinner and sleep early for a fresh start the next day.
Wake up at 7am and get ready for the dive course. Learn basics of diving theory and practice basic skills in swimming pool sessions. Finish around 5-6pm. Evening at leisure followed by team activity and dinner. Retire early and rest well to be energized for your first ocean dive.
Wake up early at 7am to start an exciting day. It's time for your first dive in the ocean. Practice skills learnt yesterday in the open water over 2 ocean dives. Enjoy the feeling of flying underwater, while experiencing a completely different world of exquisite corals and marine life. Lunch. Finish theory if incomplete. Evening at leisure followed by team activity and dinner. Sleep in early for the next day's dive.
Wake up at 7am. Enjoy a drive through the Balinese countryside to reach a World War 2 ship wreck site! Practice skills learnt over 2 ocean dives.Enjoy exploring an underwater ship wreck from World War 2. Return by evening to the hotel. Celebrate becoming a licensed scuba diver with a special dinner. Retire for a well-deserved good night's sleep.
Wake up at leisure. After breakfast, drive to the picturesque Ubud region of Bali. Experience the countryside of Bali by cycling through rice terraces of Ubud. Enjoy a traditional Balinese meal. Explore a 9th century Balinese cave temple which served as a sanctuary. Browse through local shops and maybe buy gifts for home. Learn how Kopi Luwak- the world's most expensive coffee is made, have a taste and maybe buy a pouch for home. Transfer back to hotel and evening at leisure. Enjoy last night in Bali by reflecting over experiences over dinner. Retire for the night.
Wake up and pack up. It’s time to bid adieu to a wonderful week spent in Bali. Have breakfast and check out. Transfer to airport and depart for India with a backpack full of memories and your newly acquired diving licence. Arrive in Mumbai Airport by night and say goodbye.
Accommodation: Accommodation in Balinese style boutique hotel on triple occupancy
Internal travel: Round trip airport transfers in a private coach
Meals: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian breakfast, lunch and dinner starting from Mumbai airport to Mumbai airport including meal in the flight. One litre of mineral water per person per day
Equipments and other fees: Dive course material, PADI certification fee, all dive equipment, dive insurance, instructor fee, park entrances, boat charges, dive log book.
Visa: Visa (no additional visa fee is required to be paid)
Tips and air tickets: Tips to Guide, driver, porters, International Flight tickets. Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
Others: Aerated drinks, Extra bottled water, Extra meals other than the meal plan, shopping, telephone calls or Porter services, camera, video charges at parks/ monuments. Personal expenses, coffee drinking in Goa Gajah.
The participant should know how to swim
•Safety is number one priority.
All Trailblazers camps follow a Standard Operating Procedure
•All programmes are fully supervised programme by Trailblazers experts who are qualified professionals with extensive training
•All Trailblazers experts are first aid certified and always carry a fully equipped first aid kit.
•Swimming is strictly not allowed except in the presence of a life guard
•Trailblazers has a strict and comprehensive Child Protection Policy to ensure safety of minors
•The nearest hospital, fire station, police station and local collector are on the emergency contact list
•Enrolment forms are scrutinized for medical & food allergies and all relevant precautions are taken
•All campsites are chosen based on prior reconnaissance
•We promote eco-tourism and environment sensitivity
What To Pack
Things to carry?
We would recommend 2 bags - Main luggage in a rucksack/medium sized suitcase & a small knapsack for day excursions.
A suggested list of items which we recommend as a guide of what to pack on our activity courses is as follows. You can add or minimize the number of clothes based on personal requirement:
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