Try Freediving Course

Try Freediving

Price: IDR 1.500.000 / IDR 2.000.000
Duration: half day / full day
Maximum depth: 10 m
Price includes: equipment rental, study materials

Do you wanna feel the meditating feeling of the underwater world? Or maybe you want to find your inner peace… Or maybe you are just looking for a fun day in the ocean. So why not try Freediving?

If freediving on tropical reefs and exploring marine life interests you more than pushing your limits in a pool or on a dive line then our Try Freediving Course is perfect for you! Discover the art of breath-hold diving and unlock the basics of exploring the underwater realm like never before!

Try Freediving CourseThis is a half-day course that covers the foundation of safe recreational Freediving. We also called it “Advanced Snorkeling”. This course will allow you together with a buddy to freedive on the reefs and interact with marine animals like dolphins, manta rays, turtles, sharks, etc.

The course includes theoretical and practical sessions on the land and one open water session. The topics that you will learn during the session include breathing, relaxation, physiology, equipment, equalization, and safety.

Except for being able to swim, you do not need any previous experience to participate in the course.
We recommend this course to every snorkeler who has never tried Freediving but wants to join Manta Trip and try snorkeling with majestic manta rays. This course will make you more confident in the open ocean especially if you have never been there before. It will make your experience safer and much more relaxed and pleasant.

There is also such an option as Extended Try Freediving which takes one full day and the program is similar to the first day of the Level 1 course. After completing this option, you will be able to continue the course, receive more knowledge, get more practice and certification during the full basic course.

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During your classroom session, you will cover the most important basic knowledge and skills of freediving – proper breathing before and after the dive, relaxation, and equalization techniques and tips.

Freediving Course

During the open water session, you will go to the ocean with your instructor to try your new skills on the line first. Then you will continue to practice on the reef and explore your new abilities while diving on a single breath. You will practice in the water equalization techniques, proper kicking and duck diving, body positioning, correct breathing, etc. You will definitely feel more confident and relaxed after the session and will have a lot of fun while exploring the rich reefs of Nusa Penida.

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After the course, you will be confident to dive on breath-hold up to 5-10 meters, explore underwater treasures with friends safely, and fully enjoy your swimming and snorkeling activities.
You will learn the basics of freediving and can continue your Freediving education in the future by taking a full Freediving Level 1 course.

This course is good preparation for our Manta Trip where you can experience freediving and snorkeling with incredible Manta Rays.

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Try Freediving
Course Duration Price
Try Freediving Course
3-4 hours
IDR 1.500.000

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Is Freediving a safe sport?

YES! Freediving is a very safe sport if it is practiced correctly. It is a natural activity, and the human body is very well capable of breath-holding and diving underwater. Taking an officially recognized freediving course will only make you a safer and a more confident freediver.

Accidents happen because of lack of proper training and education. Beware of bogus freediving coaches. Ask questions about their certification so that you will know that you are in safe with them.

Do I have to be a great swimmer to start freediving?

No, you don’t need to be on an expert swimmer level to start freediving, but you need to be comfortable in open water.

When we do our open water sessions, you won’t see the ocean floor, and open water swimming is something different than swimming in a pool or snorkeling near the beach.

If you can swim comfortably in the ocean about 200 meters without seeing ocean floor, you are good to go.

If you are not confident in water, you can take a private class about swimming and water confidence before the course to be better prepared for further freediving experience.

What’s the difference between snorkeling and freediving?

Although recreational freediving and snorkeling are very similar, there are some differences between these two activities. Snorkeling is the act of floating on the surface while using a mask to see underwater, and having a snorkel to breathe while keeping one’s face submerged.

Freediving is allowing you to dive deep under the water and interact with the environment and not just staring at it from the surface. With freediving, you will learn advanced breathing techniques, and you will learn to move efficiently underwater through the use of efficient equipment.

Freediving will give you much more freedom and excitement while exploring underwater world!