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The PADI Adventure dives are unique training dives that can be taken individually, or bundled in a course.

As a certified Open Water Diver, you've already discovered that diving is an adventure.

Learn to think like more experienced divers. Gain new dive skills and build on those you've already learned. PADI adventure diving is all about expanding your underwater world. 

You can chose adventure dives individually, or bundled in a PADI course. The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is comprised of 5 adventure dives: 2 prerequisite dives and 3 elective dives, If you are short on time, chose any 3 adventure dives and become an Adventure Diver.


 Whatever your passions, create your own adventure. 



Should you chose to take the PADI Advanced Open Water course, Underwater Navigation & Deep Diver are compulsory adventures.


Alternatively they can be taken as independent adventure dives.

PADI Advanced Divers Navigation Monkey Bay Tioman Island Malaysia


Want to locate the boat like a pro?

Navigation is one of the 2 prerequisite adventure dives required to achieve the PADI Advanced Open Water license.

On this adventure dive you will learn:

  • Distance Estimation

  • Natural Navigation

  • Advanced Compass Navigation

  • Navigation Patterns

Reduce anxiety and confusion underwater. Know where you are.

PADI Divemaster Fan Canyon Tioman Island Malaysia


Go deeper. Dive to 30m.


Deep Diving is the 2nd prerequiste adventure dive required to achieve the PADI Advanced Open Water license.


On the adventure dive you will learn about:


  • Your Depth Limits

  • Deep Diving Specialist Equipment

  • Dive Computers

  • Deep Diving Techniques

  • Gas Consumption

  • Gas Narcosis & DCS


Visit new and exciting dive sites. Go Deep.


Chose from our most popular adventure dives

PADI Instructor sea fan diving Salang Jetty Tioman Island Malaysia


How do you recognise an experienced diver? Effortless in the water; low gas consumption

On the adventure dive you will learn about:

  • Proper Weighting

  • Trim

  • Buoyancy Adjustment & Breath Control

  • Streamlining

  • Physical Fitness

This adventure is seriously fun! 

Crab Night Diving photography Blue Bubbles House Reef Tioman Malaysia


Sounds scary right? You're curious. Why do people enjoy diving at night?

Some simply for the thrill of diving in the dark, others are interested in learning about and seeing nocturnal aquatic life. Coral and fish colours appear more vivid at night - illuminated by torch light.


On the adventure dive you will learn about:


  • Nocturnal Aquatic Life

  • Night Diving Specialist Equipment

  • Planning Night Dives

  • Night Diving Techniques

  • Night Diving Communication


Discover things that go bump in the night!

Schooling yellow-band fusilier at Salang Jetty Tioman Island


One of the main reasons we dive is for new experiences and to see things for the first time. As you get more experienced there is nothing quite like seeing a marine creature for the first time. But how do you know what you've seen?


On the adventure dive you will learn about:


  • Fish Identification Strategy

  • Fish Groups and Characteristics

  • Survey Techniques

  • Caring for Our Oceans


Identify what you've seen and share the excitement with your buddies!

Diving the KM Sipadan with Blue Bubbles on Tioman Island Malaysia


There is something fascinating about Wrecks, each having their own unique story. They often become artificial reefs that attract aquatic life and offer dramatic scenery underwater.

On the adventure dive you will learn about:


  • Respecting Wrecks & the Law

  • Hazard Identification

  • Navigating Wrecks

No matter where you dive, there is something exciting, magical and mysterious about diving wrecks.


The Adventures featured above are a sample of our most popular dives. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in any of the following Adventure Dives: 

  • Boat Diving

  • Digital Underwater Imaging

  • Drift Diving; Search & Recovery

  • Underwater Naturalist

  • Project Aware Coral Conservation

  • Project Aware Shark Awareness.

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