Recreational Diving Training

Diving carried out by individuals or groups for their own pleasure and does not involve any commercial activities,
Most new divers are limited to depths of about (12-20 m) for safety reasons. More advanced and experienced divers may go to depths up to (30-40m) and this is considered the practical limit of recreational Scuba Diving.
There are many wonders to behold at recreational depths, especially in terms of fish life, coral, and other beautiful sights, and many divers never find the need to explore beyond these limits.

Our School “EIDS” provides Basic training certifying the diver to be:

  1. As an Amateur
    • One Star Diver – Open Water Diver
    • Two Star Diver – Advanced Open Water Diver
    • Rescue Diver
  2. The more professional Level:
    • Three Star Diver – Dive Master
    • An Instructor
  • Certifying our graduates from one of the following:
    • Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques – CMAS
      (in English – The World Underwater Federation )
    • Scuba Schools International (SSI)

N.B: We also offer a variety of specialty courses