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dmjunkie

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Bali Open Water
« on: 22 Aug 16, 01:41 »
Mid October or November we are planning to go Bali on R&R. Wanted to also try convince one of our pal to take up scuba diving as he has some phobia with low visibility and dark waters. It's something to do with near drowning experience during his college days. An average swimmer too.

Anyone can recommend a reasonable prices a new good dive school there and also the water conditions if it's suitable for beginners with such condition to learn diving there? Thanks alot.

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Re: Bali Open Water
« Reply #1 on: 22 Aug 16, 07:59 »
You can try approaching Livingseas where you can do your confine open water in Singapore then the actual open water dives in Bali (since they have both Singapore and Bali operations).

Bali has a variety of dive sites suited for different levels of diving. Jepun site located in Padang Bai is ideal for beginners as it is in a bay area.

When I was there in mid November, the water temperature can go as low as 19 degrees C!

Hope this helps!  ;D

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Re: Bali Open Water
« Reply #2 on: 22 Aug 16, 14:56 »
Thanks Patrick. Is the dive site located neat Sanur or Kuta? Also Livingseas's outlet in Bali?