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PADI Courses

Magic Oceans Dive Resort offers a full range of PADI courses from Bubblemaker to Divemaster taught by our instructor Larry. The courses are done in English, but the theory can be provided in any languages available within PADI. So if you are an absolute beginner or already a diver but wishing continue your education or earn yourself a PADI specialty such as PADI Nitrox Diver, Deep Diver etc., Larry will take good care of you.

Bubblemaker (minimum age 8 years)

Diving is not just fun for adults but, for kids too, with the PADI Bubblemaker kids can experience the underwater world while under the close supervision of a PADI Professional. After a short classroom discussion it into the pool for some scuba fun, once comfortable they can head out to the house reef to find all the amazing marine life. No prior experience is necessary but, kids must be comfortable in the water. A child must be at least 8 years old.

What they get to do?
• experience the underwater world under very close supervision of a PADI pro (no more than 2 to 1 ratio)
• use scuba underwater a depth no more than 2 meters
• learn about the underwater world and the use of Scuba gear
• have lots of fun

PADI Bubblemakers for kids

Discover Scuba Diving

Would you like to know how it feels to breathe underwater? The PADI Discover Scuba Diving experience allows you to take to the water and dive using full Scuba equipment while under the direct supervision of a PADI Pro. Start off with an orientation to Scuba in the classroom then it’s off to the pool to get geared up and try for yourself. Once you feel comfortable, and it won’t take long, you can head out to the ocean to explore all of its secrets. No prior experience is required but you must be at least 10 years old, be reasonably comfortable in the water and of reasonable health.

What you learn?
• How to use scuba equipment
• breathing underwater with scuba
• essential underwater scuba skills
• exploring the underwater environment and having fun

PADI Discover Scuba Diving
PADI dive course


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Sometimes life is busy and you just don’t get the chance to do all the things you want. If it has been a while since your last dive, why not get back up to date before heading out on your next underwater adventure. The reactivate program is personalized to your needs, it starts with an online theory review to refresh your scuba knowledge and go over some key concepts. Once you have completed the online section it’s time to head back to the water to freshen up those scuba skills; from mask clearing to buoyancy skills, the PADI instructor will make sure you are back up to speed so you can enjoy your next dive with ease.

PADI ReActivate

Open Water Diver and Junior Open Water Diver

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The PADI Open Water Course is the panicle in entry level scuba courses across the world. With the most modern approach to teaching scuba diving it’s an ever evolving program to stay ahead of the game. You can start your course today with the PADI e-learning program, this will get you ready for when you arrive, so no need to spend your vacation in the classroom and it is straight to the fun stuff in the water. You will need to have decent swimming abilities, (swim 200m) be in good physical health and be at least 10 years old. No prior scuba diving experience is required and the course takes 3 to 4 days to complete.

What’s involved?
• Knowledge Development, Online or classroom
• water assessment, 200m swim & 10 min survival float
• 5 confined water sections to learn basic scuba skills
• 4 open water dives

PADI Open Water at Magic Resorts
PADI Open Water at Magic Resorts

Advanced Open Water Diver and Junior Advanced Open Water Diver

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Let the adventures begin! That’s what the Advanced Open Water is all about, finding new places to explore, gain experiences and increase the excitement of scuba diving. It’s not about been an advanced diver but, advancing your own skills and experiences to a higher level. From deep, navigation, wreck and drift dives you get to try out lots of new exciting ways of diving while under the supervision of a PADI Dive Instructor to guide the way. You must be a PADI Open Water Diver and at least 12 years old to enroll.

What’s included?
• 5 Open water dives all with their own specific objectives
• Deep dive to a max of 30m or 21m if junior
• Navigation dive
• 5 they lessons on line or in the classroom

PADI Advanced Open Water
PADI AOW course

Rescue Diver & Emergency First Responder

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Serious fun! Is the motto for the PADI Rescue Diver Course, a challenging yet rewarding program to improve diver safety all around the world. The first step is to manage your own self rescue skills like, out of air, cramp removal and disorientation, this will allow you to better recognize problems with other divers and react more efficiently to prevent any serious situations. The fun part comes when you get to play the diver who has the problem, your acting skills will be tested, and although it’s ‘fun’ you might be quite surprised how much you learn from been rescued.
You must be a certified advanced diver and at least 12 years old to enroll; you will also need to have completed a first Aid course within the last 24 months. You can meet this specification with the EFR course, more on this below.

What will you learn?
• How to recognize stress
• how to manage emergencies and equipment
• how to rescue panicked divers
• how to rescue unresponsive divers
• self rescue

Emergency First Response
Learn to respond to medical emergencies and build your confidence to manage stressful situations. The EFR course allows to build your first aid skills by following the same simple steps as a professional emergency responder in a none stressful environment. Anyone of interest can sign up, you must first complete the Primary care before moving onto the Secondary care course.

What’s involved?
• Primary Care(CPR) – Learn to manage life threatening injuries and contact EMS
• Secondary Care (First AID) – Lean to manage none life threatening injuries or illnesses to ease pain and discomfort while waiting for EMS

PADI Rescue Course
PADI EFR course


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Take the PADI Divemaster course and start on the path towards your dream job. Divers all around the world look to divemasters for inspiration and recognition, as a divemaster you get the opportunity to have the best job in the world, to see other divers grow and become more confident in the water due to your guiding and supervision is one of the best feelings you can imagine. You will work alongside your PADI dive Instructor to enhance your dive skills, Knowledge and diver management to that expected of a PADI Pro.

You will need to be a rescue diver of at least 18 years old and:
• Have CPR & First AID Training within the past 24 months
• A medical stamen, stating you are fit for diving within the last 12 months
• 40 logged dives

What will you learn?
• 9 knowledge sections from dive theory, management, history of diving and much more
• Demonstration quality dive skills and rescue skills
• dive site set up and management
• underwater guiding and supervising certified divers
• supervising student and uncertified divers
• Anticipating the instructor needs
• how to advance your own career
• and lot, lots more

PADI Divemaster course
PADI dive courses
PADI Divemaster course