Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali

Still undecided where your next diving destination will be? Make your diving experience exciting in Bali! Let me share with you the five reasons why I chose Bali for my advanced adventurer diving course.


It is considered as the world’s richest diving destination

Bali, also known as the Island of the Gods or Morning of the World, offers you not just the natural beauty of the island, but also fun diving sites to explore. It has a tropical, humid, warm weather that is perfect for tourists. The thrilling part in here is that Bali offers you different diving sites! Go to the northern part of Bali and you’ll see the wonders of Pemuteran and Menjangan Island. If you opted to go south of Bali, then Tulamben and Nusa Penida dive sites got you.

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali


Travel experience has never been this affordable.

Whether you are in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Dubai, or Singapore, you can visit the beautiful Bali! Huge thanks to few budget-friendly airlines that offer direct flights to Bali. If it is your first time, there are also organized private tours around in Bali. It will take you to different must-see places around the area. Book your trips now!

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali


It offers you cool wreck diving experience.

Make your Bali dive thrilling by going on their famous shipwrecks! With its hidden mysteries underwater, take your cameras out as the famous Liberty Shipwreck captures you with its beauty. Wreck diving is perfect for advanced divers as its depth ranges from 30 to 40 meters deep. Japanese Shipwreck in Amed, the new attractions Kubu Wreck, and Bogo Wreck, are some of the wonderful wrecks Bali has to offer.

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali


Stunning marine lives underwater

What makes the diving experience exciting and fun is because of the lovely marine creatures underwater. You may have the chance to see the superstar animals: Mola-mola and Manta Rays! Dive deeper and you may catch the wonderful White-Tip Shark, Black-Tip Shark, and the Gray Reef Shark! Bumphead Parrotfish, Tuna, Napoleon Wrasse, Cuttlefish are some animals you might see underwater. Be mesmerized as nudibranchs, colorful corals and reefs will welcome you.

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali


Bali is rich in its culture

At the northern coast of Bali, snorkeling can be experienced in here while surfing is more exciting in the southeast or southwest coast of Bali. Looking for an alternative in diving? Try trekking in Mount Batur as it also has breathtaking garden and waterfalls. Beach clubs, bars, and restaurants will also satisfy your hunger and you can have the chance to taste the delicious Indonesian cuisine Balinese people prepared.

Why I Took My Advanced Adventurer Diving Course in Bali


The Island of Gods is waiting for you. Make a move and plan your next diving course in Bali! Witness the beauty of this island and make your trip memorable. See you in Bali!

SSI XR Programs and why should you take it?

SSI XR

SSI Extended Range (XR) Line

Heard of Technical Diving or Tec/Tek Diving? If not, here's a short summary of what it is and why you should take it.

Technical Diving has been around for a couple of years with the community evolving together with the education and equipment that supports it. Scuba Schools International (SSI) also has a technical diving line, otherwise known as SSI XR - XR an acronym for Extended Range!

Technical Diving
SSI XR

SSI XR Line offers a huge variety of Technical Diving Courses, ranging from entry levels to professional levels. These courses progressively trains a diver from a recreational scuba diving background to become more and more proficient in the requirements of a Technical Diver.

Through SSI Extended Range (XR) Line, divers learn more in-depth about Technical Diving and what it offers, with further Technical Diving Courses offering even more knowledge and dive planning with regards to the use of different gas mixes and equipment.

Technical Diving

SSI Extended Range (XR) Foundations offers a simple in-water workshop that exposes interested divers to what Technical Diving can offer, Philosophy, Knowledge, Skills and Equipment. Moving forward, SSI Extended Range Nitrox Diving and SSI Extended Range provides training in conducting safe and controlled decompression diving with the use of Air, Trimix and Hyperoxic Gas Mixes. This is also where divers develop a higher level of thinking with regards to organisation, dive planning and task-loading.

For Wreck and Cave lovers, not to worry, you are not forgotten! SSI XR Line has Technical Diving Wreck and Cave programs such as SSI Advanced Wreck and Technical Wreck for wreck lovers, and SSI Cavern Diving, SSI Cave Diving and SSI Full Cave Diving where you will learn proper and safe dive planning and execution procedures to keep your Wreck and Cavern/Cave penetration safe, controlled and always enjoyable.

SSI XR Overhead Courses

Some common myths about Technical Diving that some people may have heard of would include Technical Diving suited for the "courageous and macho" or egoists! Some may even say that Technical Diving is for those who have a wealth of experience in diving, or only those who are very clear on what they are doing underwater.

Here's my thoughts on Technical Diving: it definitely requires a higher level of understanding as compared to recreational diving, the thought process into dive planning, organization, task-loading and safety is a lot more demanding and more extensive. But then again, if you don't allow people to try Technical Diving, no one will be able to achieve this higher level of scuba diving. Be it focusing towards Technical Diving, or just wanting to try this type of diving, I strongly encourage all divers to take up some form of Technical Diving courses to get themselves more acquainted, which ultimately leads to safer and more organised dives.

So to summarise, here are some reasons as to why everyone should take up and learn some form of Technical Diving:

  1. Changes your perspective towards diving, with regards to making it safer and more organised.You will be more prepared by fine-tuning your organisation skills to keep yourself and the dive boat always ready to handle emergencies or contingencies. Becoming even more calm underwater will develop alongside with your thought process, making you almost the hardest person to become panicky underwater.
  2. Increases your ability and perspective towards task-loading.Technical Diving will train you in being able to handle multiple requirements at the same (or at least teaches you how compartmentalise all the things you need or want to do by prioritising them). Hovering while deploying a SMB and communicating with your buddies is the simplest of an example.
  3. Extends your knowledge and skills towards scuba diving.You learn more about the science of scuba diving, from Physiology, Psychology to the Environment and even Decompression Theory! You also learn skills and problem solving techniques which can be used during recreational dives as well!
  4. Gives you an excuse to try and buy new toys!As the equipment used in Technical Diving is different from recreational scuba diving, you'll learn about these gears, the philosophy behind their design and have a go at them!
  5. You will definitely learn something from Technical Diving that is applicable to your daily life and in recreational scuba diving.Be it becoming a more organised person, someone who is more ready to tackle a problem or emergency, someone that is more confident of themselves underwater or even someone that is more capable to task-load themselves and yet remain calm under pressure, Technical Diving offers a this opportunity to grow as a person and as a diver!

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