Adventure Diver PADI

Course leading to certification

Description of the PADI Adventure Diver course

The Adventure Diver PAD I course is the first part of the training Advanced Open Water PADI . Like an adventurer, choose your specialties from a long list, such as the digital photography under -marine , fish identification or dry suit diving and start your diving adventures!

Upon obtaining 3 specialties, you will become Adventure Diver PADI !

Beyond discovering your preferences in scuba diving, this program also allows you to develop your different techniques, accompanied by our PADI instructors.

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Conditions of registration

This training is open to all divers:

  • Open Water Diver PADI minimum
  • At least 12 years old for Juniors.
  • However, young divers can only participate in certain Adventure Dives.

Get in touch with our team for more information.


Under the guidance of your instructor, choose what you like! and what you need … The choice of specialties is varied.

Whether it’s technical like improving buoyancy or Nitrox diving, or fun like discovering the marine environment, underwater photo or even the identification of fish.

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Your diving equipment will consist of your basic equipment, but also equipment specific to the options chosen: Waterproof clothing, parachutes, compasses …

In addition, our instructors will be sure to advise you on the additional accessories you will need to complete your training.

Our store is at your disposal.

Start your PADI Adventure Diver training

You can get started right away by registering for the course Advanced Open Water Diver Online the PADI Learning option. Indeed, it will allow you to study online and at your own pace, seven of the most popular Adventure Dives.

Or visit us at our diving school to get the manual and video kit Adventures in Diving. We will agree together on the schedule of your revisions and your practical dives.

So, are you ready to become the new Indiana Jones of diving?

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