It’s a natural phenomenon! After completing the PADI Open Water Diver course, at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC beach house on Gaya Island our student divers of our February adventure group from Denmark are compelled to care for the environment!
Our full time and dedicated team of PADI professionals satiate our Adventure Groups’ thirst for knowledge by conducting the PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Specialty. The presentation is delivered by one of our highly experienced members to provide examples of their own colorful dive career. Not that this is necessary for the young adventurers’ because they have firsthand experience of their own after their entry-level scuba diving course!
During the PADI Open Water Diver course almost all skills involve caring for the environment because the open water dive experiences will offer more time underwater to marvel at the tropical reefs of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. As such, controlling buoyancy is essential for divers!
Get in touch with our Head Office for an awesome Borneo adventure and learn how to dive to explore our beautiful corals and tropical fish!
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