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You are never too young nor too old to discover the sense of “weightlessness” that scuba divers feel and to experience the thrill of breathing underwater while interacting with the marine life. Under the close supervision of an Instructor or Divemaster, you’ll learn some basic scuba skills like breathing in a regulator, equalization, mask clearing and underwater hand signals that will let you enjoy and experience freedom and serenity in the sea.

The equipments needed will be provided, all you need to bring is your sense of adventure. Average dive depth in an open water is 6 m/20feet to a maximum of 12 m/40 feet. The experience can last from 15 to 30 minutes depending on your comfort level underwater.

As soon as you try an Intro to Scuba Diving, you’re on your way to an internationally recognized certification because the basic skills you learned may be credited toward the Open Water Diver certification.

The young “scuba diver” featured here is Hashana Santos, she’s only 5 years old.

For Intro to Scuba and other Scuba Diving Courses, please get in touch with PADI Instructor Dave E. Santos at +63-920-9612317 or +63-922-8288244 or . You may also click on this LINK to find out more about the PADI Scuba Diving Courses and Rates.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Paz Santos (Anilao, Batangas, Philippines)



  1. scuba is one thing that I would love to try….maybe I’ll do it during next summers vacation

  2. Yup you should take up diving…its a completely different world.

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