PADI Open Water Diver Course In Hurghada

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the course:

The PADI Open Water Diver course is the world’s most popular scuba diving certification which allows qualified divers to dive anywhere in the world to 18 metres. Millions of people have learned to scuba dive and gone on to discover the wonders of the aquatic world through this course. To enroll in the PADI Open Water Diver course you must be at least 10 years old and have adequate swimming skills. No prior experience with scuba diving is required.

duration & price:

The PADI open water course takes 4 days to complete. The price is 395€, that includes the PADI Manual, Certificate, Logbook & Daily Taxation.

what's included:

  • Food and beverages on board: Lunch, Coffee, Tea, Water & Soft drinks are included
  • Dive equipment :Yes
  • Dive instructor :Yes
  • Transfer:
  • For hotels inside Hurghada, Transfer from/to Hotel is free of charge.
  • For Hotels in Makadi Bay, Soma Bay, Sahl Hasheesh and El Gouna, Transfer from /To Hotel is for a surcharge of €5 per day per pax.


Scuba diving is not just a sport, it’s a gateway to an unseen world, a way to explore the other 70% of our planet. The PADI Open Water Diver course is your ticket to this exciting adventure. As the world’s most popular scuba diving certification, it’s recognized globally and opens up a world of exploration. It equips you with the skills and knowledge needed to dive confidently, whether at home or abroad. This course is suitable for anyone over 10 years old with adequate swimming skills, and no prior scuba diving experience is required.

Course Overview

The PADI Open Water Diver course is a beginner diving course that covers self-study material, which is often digital, allowing you to learn at your own pace. You’ll be taught by a highly-trained PADI Instructor in a relaxed, supportive learning environment. The course is designed to make you a confident and skilled diver, able to assemble and use scuba gear, manage your buoyancy, approach marine life respectfully, and handle common issues that may arise underwater.

What’s Included?

When you sign up for the PADI Open Water Diver Course, you not only get professional training but also various other amenities. These often include food and beverages on board, diving equipment, and a dive instructor. Some diving centers even provide transfer services from/to hotels, although this may attract a surcharge for hotels located at certain distances from the dive center.

Learning Process

The PADI open water diver course is divided into three parts: knowledge development, skill practice, and open water dives.

Knowledge Development

This stage involves learning about scuba diving principles and terminology, either offline or online. PADI eLearning makes the process convenient, allowing you to study at your own pace, on your own time. The online platform is interactive and easy to navigate, offering a comprehensive understanding of diving principles.

Skill Practice

Once you’ve grasped the theoretical aspects, it’s time to put them into practice. This is done in a pool or a pool-like environment until you’re comfortable. You’ll practice using scuba gear and perform “mini dives” to build confidence in your new abilities before proceeding to open water dives.

Open Water Dives

This is the final part of the course and arguably the most exciting. It involves four dives in an open water environment, such as the ocean or a lake, under the watchful eye of your instructor. During these dives, you’ll practice various skills and gradually increase your diving depth.

Open Water Dives: A Detailed Look

The four open water dives are designed to give divers the opportunity to practice and hone their diving skills while increasing confidence and comfort in the water. Each dive includes a number of instructor-assessed skills, with some needing to be completed on a specific dive.

Dives 1 and 2

The first two dives are about introducing new divers to open water and establishing in-water comfort. You’ll start by assembling and putting on your scuba gear, performing a pre-dive safety check, and assessing the weight you need to carry during the dive.

Dives 3 and 4

The third and fourth dives increase the maximum diving depth and introduce more advanced skills. These dives complete the course requirements and help you grow your in-water capabilities.

Post-Certification Opportunities

Once you complete your PADI Open Water Diver Course, the world is your oyster…or rather, your ocean! You can dive anywhere in the world up to 18 meters deep. Many dive centers, dive resorts, and liveaboards around the world await your exploration.

Furthermore, if you’ve caught the diving bug, there are numerous PADI diving courses you can take to further your skills and knowledge. These include specialty courses such as Advanced Open Water Diver and Deep Diver, among others.

So, are you ready to take the plunge? Sign up for your PADI Open Water Diver Course today and start exploring the underwater world. Dive deep into the blue, be an ambassador for the ocean, and discover things you’ve never seen before. After all, there’s a whole new world waiting beneath the waves.


Dive into Hurghada

One of the popular destinations for scuba diving is Hurghada. Known for its clear, warm waters and abundant marine life, it offers a unique and unforgettable scuba diving experience. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, diving in Hurghada is an adventure you wouldn’t want to miss.

If you’re ready to discover the magic of the underwater world, sign up for your PADI Open Water Course today, and embark on an unforgettable journey of exploration and learning.

Happy diving!

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