PADI Advance Open Water Course

Scuba Diving in India: Courses and Clean ups

Scuba diving in India is a rather recent adventure sport that is growing rapidly by the day. This is because scuba diving is a lot more than just going underwater to deep depths.

There is a lot of theory, practice and planning involved in this adventure sport. The best way of getting to an accustomed point is by doing various courses and practicing your diving.

This week at Temple Adventures, we conducted various courses and certified a whole bunch of water babies into scuba divers!

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Travel Content Creator Radhika doing her Advance Open Water course with Temple Adventures.

As Temple Adventures is a 5* rated PADI Dive centre, we run all our courses via PADI.

This week we conducted PADI Open Water Courses, PADI Advance Open Water Courses and PADI Rescue Courses. We also conducted PADI Discover Scuba Diving programs for over a hundred divers!

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PADI Instructor teaching an Open Water Course

Because scuba diving in India is a growing industry; divers are getting more interested to further their diving knowledge.

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A knowledge video for every course.

Temple adventures conducted some fun adventure dives during the advance open water courses. Some of them included:

Adventure Dives while scuba diving in India

Wreck Adventure Dive; scuba diving in India

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Deep Adventure Dive

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Drift Adventure Dive

Adventure Photography Dive

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Our MSDT Shaveer Patel also conducted a PADI Rescue Course this week.

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Rescue scenarios

And of course we conducted our all time favourite Discover Scuba Diving Programs as well!

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Discover Scuba Diving briefing happening at the Pondicherry Harbour

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Other than conducting multiple courses, we did something very special this week.

Temple Adventures and Temple Reef Foundation collaborated with Zero Waste Beaches and organised a beach clean up on Auroville Beach.

Some of our staff headed to the beach and collected around 150kgs of trash.

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Temple Adventures, Temple Reef Foundation and Zero Waste Beaches

We all set out to different spots on the beach and picked up trash that was harmful the marine life.

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After picking up the trash, we then set out to segregate all of it.

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The team segregating trash

Scuba diving and caring for our oceans health goes hand-in-hand. As scuba divers we deeply care about environmental issues and are eager to do more for our environment.

Next week we will be cleaning and building our Temple Reef.

So stay tuned to find out about all our shenanigans!

 

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