Rules on the trip
Travellers are required to follow instructions of the dive instructor during the PADI Open Water Diver course.
Consumption of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited during the course. Consumption of tobacco products and cigarettes is not recommended.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
Please allow 12 hours between the end of your last dive and your return flight to allow your body to recover.
If travellers are not able to complete all certification requirements of the course, they may be issued an intermediary certification or referral form.
For cancellations made 30 days or more before beginning the advanced scuba diving course: 98% refund.
For cancellations made 15-29 days before beginning the advanced scuba diving course: 50% refund.
For cancellations made less than 15 days before beginning the advanced scuba diving course: no refund.
In case of no show: no refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting any transaction charges.
Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions
While travellers are not required to be an expert swimmers, they do need to pass a test testing the ability to swim for 200 metres and float for 10 minutes.
Travellers will be sent a medical questionnaire after confirmation of the booking. According to the answers to these questions, travellers may be required to get documented doctor's clearence allowing them to engage in scuba diving.
A few days before the course begins, travellers will be sent PADI e-learning material that can be used to get a head start before the course begins.
Travellers must agree to discontinue diving if respiratory congestion or a head cold or any other medical condition occurs during the course.
The tour operator reserves the right to alter or cancel the itinerary of this PADI Open Water Diver course due to bad weather conditions to ensure maximum safety of divers and staff.
Travellers will be required to bear any additional costs arising due to unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, natural calamities etc.