PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Course (EAN) in Bali…
Theory & 2 dives with Nitrox tanks, when booked as part of a regular day trip.
Due to the higher percentage of oxygen, and lower percentage of nitrogen, the benefits of Nitrox include longer bottom times, shorter surface intervals, longer repetitive dive time, reduced exhaustion and overall increased safety and comfort. This all makes so much sense, so what are you waiting for! Book your course now and go scuba diving in Bali with Nitrox.
The PADI Nitrox course is relatively short: a theory-only course. We send you the online Nitrox video so you can study a bit before you come to Bali. Then in Bali we give you the paper manual, do the quick exam and practice the skills during the diving at Tulamben, Padang Bai or Nusa Penida.
The air we breathe contains approximately 79% nitrogen and 21% oxygen. Enriched Air (EANx), also known as Nitrox, has a higher proportion of oxygen, and lower proportion of nitrogen. The reduced level of nitrogen offers divers the benefit of lowering nitrogen build-up–a natural result of diving–especially when diving consecutive days. As a result, Nitrox is fast becoming the breathing gas of choice for recreational divers, especially when conducting repetitive dives.
So why wait? Sign up for the PADI Enriched Air Nitrox certification now and begin enjoying the benefits of your Nitrox qualification in Bali for the rest of your dive vacation!
NOTE: Divers must be 12 years old or older to participate in the PADI Enriched Air Course (EAN).
Students must be in good health to take the course and are required to complete a brief medical questionnaire. Click here to view the medical form. If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions on the first page, you will need to visit your doctor and obtain medical approval before registering for the course.
You need to allow 18 hours to pass before flying after diving! So if flying the following day, make sure it is after 7am.
See the Price List here.
PADI diving courses with Manta Manta Diving Bali.