Zeavola offers our guests a full range of PADI courses and experiences, taking you from your first breaths in the swimming pool to continuing your education up to professional level. We take pride in providing the opportunity to open the doors of an underwater world at a pace that suits everyone.
If you're looking to head start your scuba certification or if you just prefer web-based learning, then PADI's online scuba programs are the way to go.
A wide range of stunning dive sites on Zeavola's doorstep guarantee that your diving education will be a beautiful, memorable adventure.
Well-maintained Scubapro kits are always on hand for guests, which simplifies life for those not wanting to lug their own equipment through airports and ensures the safety of every guest who joins us on a diving adventure.
Zeavola's secluded saltwater pool provides the perfect setting to take your first underwater breaths. At a depth of 1.5 meters, the secure area is the perfect environment to become comfortable and familiar with the equipment and the exciting feeling of breathing underwater before setting off on one of our many marine adventures.
A PADI Open Water diving license is a divers' passport to the world, allowing them to dive to full 18 meters of depth. As the largest certifying agency in the world, PADI divers' qualifications and skills are recognized by all dive shops. Zeavola's Open Water course is designed to provide a balance between learning diving and relaxing within our resort.
After watching the PADI Open Water DVD in the comfort of one of Zeavola's luxury villas, guests are invited to sit down with an instructor to look over the completed knowledge reviews. The next step is to take your first underwater breaths in our crystal clear pool and begin learning the skills necessary to be safe and confident Open Water divers. With a pool session under the belt, it's time to embark on the first day of open water diving – 2 dives to 12 meters. During the first day of diving, as well as the second day, consisting of 2 dives to 18 meters, new scuba divers are able to practice their newly acquired skills with the local marine life as an audience.
For those wanting to get the "book work" done before they arrive on holidays, e-mail us ahead of time for the option of online learning.