Learning to dive with MEGA DIVE BALI will be one of the most amazing experiences of your life. Earning your PADI certification will change the way you see the world, both above and below the surface. As a certified PADI diver you’ll see firsthand the wonders that lie within our oceans. Your Open Water Diver Course introduces you to a world of adventure and discovery; making you aware that you've only just scratched the surface of a new world. PADI continuing education courses, which include Advanced Open Water, Rescue and PADI Specilties including wreck, drift and deep dives, are designed to advance your scuba skills and give you the confidence to keep diving and keep discovering.

Between dives during your course, relax in comfort by the pool at our gorgeous Dive Resort in Tulamben. Our Dive Villas; FREE for all students, feature air-conditioned twin rooms, spacious gardens, WiFi, and all the comforts of home. With small course numbers and instructor-to-guest ratios, we here at MEGA DIVE BALI offer a high-quality, personalised experience with dedicated attention from our specialist staff at all times.

PADI is easily the safest and most comprehensive dive curriculum available. The Instructors at MEGA DIVE are qualified to take you right through from the beginning with PADI Scuba Diver Courses through to PADI Divemaster. Our PADI Open Water course is the most popular way to combine the adventure of learning to dive with the excitement of exploring the spectacular beauty of Bali. With warm water, minimal current and great visibility year round, Bali is the best place on Earth to learn how to dive!

Did We Mention our amazing training pool ?

Our confined water training sessions are conducted in our purpose built swimming pool. A confined water training session should be just that; CONFINED! A dedicated swimming pool is without a doubt the perfect place to conduct these sessions safely and comfortably. Many dive centres will try and tell you that it's better to complete a confined water training session in the ocean. On a perfect day, completing some aspects of confined water in a shallow bay can be fun, but when you are dropping in for a day of skill practice, a dive-specific pool with a shallow and deep end; is WAY safer than the open ocean which is subject to currents, tides and possibly boat traffic? It's natural to be feeling a little apprehensive and nervous, being asked to complete skills such as removing and replacing the mask or regulators underwater. The calm and clear conditions a swimming pool offers is in our opinion absolutely necessary. Shallow bays are not ideal if there are other factors like wind, waves, poor visibility and other environmental conditions that will negatively affect the safety or comfort of our students. Our swimming pool is built for scuba diving and offers you the best possible start on your way to becoming an Open Water diver. Why would you settle for anything but maximum comfort?