Well cavern diving is defined as any dive conducted within the light zone of a cave. The light zone is the area near the entrance of the cave where you
Are you ready for a challenge like looking to explore hidden secrets in caverns?
Well cavern diving is defined as any dive conducted within the light zone of a cave. The light zone is the area near the entrance of the cave where you can see natural lights at all times.
Diving in a cavern can be potentially dangerous without proper training and knowledge even if you are in the light zone. But it also offers unique dives with beautiful landscapes.
As a diver you will find caverns everywhere you will go diving and having the knowledge and the skills to do it correctly will make it much easier.
So if you want to put excitement into your diving adventures and discover caverns all over the world or here with us in the Red Sea, follow the PADI Cavern Diver Specialty Course.
You have to be a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and at least 18 years old to enroll in the PADI Cavern Diver Specialty Course.
What will you learn:
The knowledge and techniques of cavern diving.
Line handling, reel use and emergency procedures outside a cavern.
Special equipment considerations including lighting guidelines and redundant breathing systems.
Proper body position and buoyancy control and air consumption management.
Information that describes the specific hazards of cavern diving including silting, line engagement and breakage disorientation from permanent lines and emergency situations unique to caverns.
The planning, organization, procedures and problems of cavern diving.
You will put into practice the new skills you learned during 4 dives.
During your first dive you will practice the line handling, the use of reels and the emergency procedures without entering the cavern. The other 3 dives are focused on diving inside the cavern staying within the light zone.
Next to your basic diving equipment you will need a primary dive light and a smaller backup light. Your local instructor may suggest additional gear appropriate for cavern diving.
By the end of the PADI Cavern Diver Specialty Course, you will know how to enter a cavern safely, giving you the confidence which will allow you to relax and enjoy some spectacular diving.
We, at Undersea Adventures, know a few caverns here in the Red Sea where you can conduct your PADI Cavern Diver Specialty Course and introduce you to this amazing form of diving.
Contact us anytime, we are at your disposal for any inquiries you have about this course.