As a National Geographic Diver, you join an elite group of explorers, adventurers and conservationists. The insight and training you gain during this program will broaden your awareness and take your diving skills to a new level. You'll learn to observe and explore like an underwater scientist.
What will you do?
Your experience begins with the PADI Open Water Diver program, enhanced with adventures unique to the National Geographic Diver program. You will learn to explore with detail, identify important underwater features and navigate with certainty. You will have the diving knowledge and practice to maneuver with poise along the reef's ecosystems.
- You'll be introduced to worldwide dive environments and opportunities by interacting with the National Geographic Diver Almanac and DVD. Diver course.
- You'll learn to fine-tune your buoyancy to hover easily and maneuver carefully through delicate aquatic habitats.
- You'll learn how to observe your surroundings in order to get the best experience from each dive. You'll gain practical experience by gathering information and collecting images to create a visual representation of a dive site, detailing what you've discovered through your observations.
- You'll improve your navigation skills and ability to find your way around underwater by using a compass as well as natural references
- You'll be introduced to a multitude of aquatic species and be able to identify local plants and animals.
National Geographic Diver CREWPACK
The Crew-Pak is an all-encompassing tool kit that will provide you with educational information and pictorials within the National Geographic Diver Almanac and the PADI Open Water Diver Manual. Travel through towering kelp forests and over iridescent coral reefs as you learn about the underwater ecosystems from National Geographic explorers with the National Geographic Diver DVD.
The Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI) is one of the world's most prominent scuba diving training organizations.
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