Welcome to Costa Rica! Regardless of your experience or dive license, scuba diving in Costa Rica is sure to be an exciting experience. At our dive center, we offer all PADI courses and dive trips for all levels, including technical and altitude diving.
We invite you to familiarize yourself with our offer of diving training and scuba diving. If you have any questions, please contact us. We will surely choose the best trip for you.
If you are considering taking a scuba diving course, our dive instructors will be happy to advise you and tell you about a PADI course in Costa Rica. Don’t hesitate any longer, just jump in the water with us!
If you do not yet have a diving license, we invite you to take a PADI diving course. Completing such a course will give you the opportunity to dive all over the world. And for sure the PADI diver’s license will be a good souvenir from your vacation in Costa Rica!
At Costa Rica Divers dive center, we train divers of all levels and always place great emphasis on the quality of our diving services and courses. We guarantee that you will understand all the diving principles perfectly and that you will learn a lot on our diving course. Our diving instructors are always available for you.
If you are not sure if a scuba diving course is for you, we invite you to take a test dive, where under the constant supervision of an instructor you will get a taste of the underwater world. You can read more about the Discover Scuba Diving program here: Discover Scuba Diving in Costa Rica. We guarantee that it will be an unforgettable adventure!
Diving is a great recreational activity, but it can also be treated athletically and even professionally. You can be a professional diver and teach others how to dive, or you can also do specialized underwater work. In fact, the world of diving is very large and there are many possibilities. However, all these paths of development of a recreational or professional diver start at the same place. All divers start with a basic diving course, during which you learn how to operate the equipment and how to behave safely underwater. There are also many diving organizations, but the biggest one is PADI which offers high level training and in this organization our dive center conducts all diving courses in Costa Rica.
The basic scuba diving course consists of three parts. The first is the theoretical part, followed by a lesson in the pool and four dives in the ocean. But you know what the best part is? You can start the theory part of the diving course even now!
How about a PADI Open Water Diver course in Costa Rica? If you are considering becoming a diver then the PADI Open Water Diver course is the first step in your diving career. The course covers the basics of physics, physiology, equipment and dive planning that are essential for safe diving.
But do you know what the best part is? Your PADI Open Water Diver course can even start today from your home. With the help of our state-of-the-art PADI e-learning package, you can start exploring the ins and outs of scuba diving right now so you don’t have to waste any time once you’re in Costa Rica.
The online course will provide your student account with course materials in the form of an e-book, quick quizzes, videos, knowledge tests, and even a final exam! You will have uninterrupted access to all of these materials and the ability to return to them at any time. You will decide for yourself at what pace you will learn new knowledge. When you think you are ready, simply take the online exam. You will receive your score immediately after you complete the test. It’s really that simple!
After completing the theoretical part of the scuba diving course, you begin the practical classes at the swimming pool. It is very important to practice all the required skills in safe and comfortable conditions. During the pool classes you will learn how the various elements of diving equipment work. You will do some exercises that will help you to be able to move underwater. A scuba diving course in a swimming pool will be a great combination of theory and practice. Doesn’t that sound great?