Scuba Diving Schools
Phuket Diving | Phuket scuba diving and liveaboards
Phuket Island, Thailand has a number of dive schools that offer PADI diver training courses tailored to different needs. From the rank beginner to the professional looking to move to the next level, there is a diving training program for you. A number of Phuket Island's liveaboards are organized or operated by Phuket dive schools.
PADI stands for Professional Association of Diving Instructors; it is the world's leading diver training organization. PADI courses cater to entry-level divers and experienced, professionals alike. At Phuket Island, PADI diver training courses have an extra added element - fun!
Warm Water Divers Phuket
A very appropriate choice for a beginner who wishes to learn scuba diving in Phuket. The institute is a PADI 5 Star IDC Center, and enjoys wide acclaim. It is located in the heart of Patong Island. Warm Water Divers conducts 12 IDC classes each year. Warm Water Divers also operates a liveaboard service.
Santana Diving Phuket
It is one of Phuket's oldest diving, and has been in existence for more than two decades training professional divers. It also has 5 star facilities and conducts trips all over the country and Burma as well. The first in Patong, the institute has been a reputed gaining many awards for many years and has also received 5 star IDC statuse for their efforts in provision of expertise diving experience in the region.
Ocean Divers Phuket
Located at Patong Beach, this is one of the most popular of Phuket's diving schools. It arranges for day trips and liveaboards to various Phuket diving spots. Ocean Divers Phuket international has certified instructors, classroom facilities and a swimming pool for student diver training.
Sunrise Divers Phuket
One of the only located on the Karon beach, Sunrise divers is one of the most popular for its good facilities and instructors. They offer a good number of daily visits to Phi Phi and Similan Islands and accommodation facilities as well.
Giant Moray Eel (Gymnothorax javanicus) in the Similan Islands