Looking to explore hidden secrets in caverns around the world? Then you'll need your PADI Cavern Diver certification! To take advantage of this extraordinary program, you need to be at least a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent) and 18 years of age.
Cavern diving is defined as any dive conducted within the light zone of a cave. The light zone is area near the entrance of the cave where you can see natural light at all times. You©ll go on four dives during the PADI Cavern Diving program (which are to be conducted over at least two days).
During your first dive (which is conducted in open water), you'll practice the use of lines and reels and emergency procedures. The final three dives are conducted in the cavern environment. Your actual penetration-training dives are limited to within the light zone and within 40 meters/130 feet from the surface (vertical and horizontal distance included).
The program covers the knowledge and techniques of cavern diving and describes the dangers involved with *cave diving. Here©s what©s included in your PADI Cavern Diver program:
If you like searching for adventure in the wildest of places, contact our PADI Dive Center. We go very often to the springs to teach this Specialty, call us to sign you up today!
We usually visit the springs in February.