PADI Open Water Diver - Diving course in Costa Rica
A scuba diving course is a great way to discover the beauty of the underwater world and learn how to dive safely. Our instructors will explain you all the aspects you need to know and the electronic materials will help you understand all the theory. The basic diving course consists of 3 parts. The first is the theoretical part, where you will learn the basics of scuba diving and the rules for divers. Don't worry, there is nothing difficult here and any doubts will be explained to you by your instructor. The second part of the course takes place in the pool, where you practice using the diving equipment. After that you will have 4 dives in the ocean! For diving in Costa Rica, the best place to do this is Isla del Cano. After completing the entire training you will receive a PADI diver's license, which entitles you to dive to a maximum depth of 18 meters. This license is valid all over the world! Are you ready for your scuba diving course in Costa Rica?
How much does diving cost in Costa Rica?
I'm sure you're wondering how much diving in Costa Rica costs. However, it is worth asking yourself what you get for the price you paid. Our training takes place in a professional dive base with its own training facilities, equipment room and training pool. Also remember that dive prices depend on many factors such as location and time of year. For example, diving on Isla del Cano comes with many fees and restrictions because the island is a biological reserve. The same goes for diving in Marino Ballena National Park. Our prices always include the highest quality of service, all necessary equipment and just having fun during the training. Therefore, if you are looking for top quality training, you have come to the right place.
Prices for diving in Costa Rica
Do you like it when the price at checkout is different from the price on the shelf? Neither do we... That's why all our prices are final, which means they include everything you need to complete your trip or training. We do not add taxes, fees for training materials, equipment rental or other strange extras at the end. If you find a lower price elsewhere, instead of jumping for joy, take a moment to think about where the difference comes from. Maybe the price doesn't include training materials and you'll have to pay for them at the beginning of the training? Maybe the tour is cheaper because one guide leads a very large group? Remember, you get what you pay for.
- scuba diving tour in Marino Ballena - 119$
- scuba diving tour on Isla del Cano - 179$
- PADI Discover Scuba Diving on Isla del Cano - 289$
- PADI Open Water Diver course with e-learning - 645$