As a scuba diving agency, we have encountered this question several times - "How much does a scuba diving certification cost?". As with most things in life, it depends. Let's look at what types of costs add up in attaining and determining your scuba diving certification.
New divers consider the actual dive training/courses cost when they ask the big question. It is undoubtedly one of the costs that go into your training, but not all of it. When you are diving for the first time, you might not be aware of the other costs of learning scuba diving.
All scuba diving certification consists of three components in each course:
Academic learning can be in the form of many ways. We have a confined classroom for all the educational sections where we meticulously go through all the scuba diving modules in a super interactive and fun way.
Here is where new divers learn all the diving skills and become competent and comfortable in the water. At Jerry's dive club, we mold dive courses to fit even the busiest of schedules: you could spread your course over many evenings or weekends as per your travel plan.
Open water training is where you do the actual scuba diving. Depending on the type of course or dive package you choose, you will be accompanied by our dive instructors while heading out to scuba dive.
We offer a 10% discount for all direct bookings. To avail the offer, head to our get in touch page.
Another cost in attaining a scuba dive certification is the scuba diving equipment cost. This typically consists of regulators, wet suits, masks, snorkel, fins, life vests, and more. Hey, we completely understand how hard it is to travel with this equipment. At Jerry's dive club, you could rent these equipments, which has proved to be cost-efficient than buying your scuba gear.
If you plan for an affordable stay and dive in Rasdhoo. Palm Residency is the right place for you. We can give you a crisp cost that would include your scuba diving certification cost, equipment cost, your accommodation cost (Breakfast included).