Simple Life runs two resorts on Koh Tao, both situated along Sairee Beach.
Offers a wide range, from dorm rooms to beachfront villas at the south end of Sairee Beach.
Posted May 11th, 2011 by admin
Learning to scuba dive on Koh Tao is a fantastic experience. With the PADI Open Water course you’ll get to explore Koh Tao’s tropical coral reefs, experience weightlessness & learn new skills, becoming certified to dive to 18M.
Better still, at Simple Life Divers we’ve got a great way for you to save money and maximize your time on Koh Tao, by taking advantage of PADI’s eLearning system.
The PADI Open Water course involves three steps:
We understand that when you’re on holiday you want to make the most of your time. We’d all prefer to be out on the dive boat, enjoying the sunshine, scuba diving and scenery – not stuck in the classroom watching PADI videos!
With PADI eLearning, you can complete the scuba diving theory at home through the internet. eLearning is interactive and fun, you can proceed at your own pace, and at your own convenience.
That means that when you arrive on Koh Tao we’ll only need to make a short quiz to verify your understanding, before getting our scuba gear on.
Using PADI eLearning prior to traveling to Koh Tao offers three major advantages:
The remainder of the course, (shallow water training and 4 open water dives) can be completed over two or three days – up to you.
And if during the PADI eLearning process you do have any questions, you’re more than welcome to email them to us for help – our instructors are happy to offer explanations and advice if required.
Libby B | Hong Kong
"...was a really big deal for me considering the idea of it has always terrified me and I had always avoided trying it before. But Olivier was so reassuring...." Read more
Adam | Canada
"...initially hesitant to go through the course due to a myriad of fears. I can now say I am 100% satisfied that I did." Read more
Birgitte | Denmark
"fled the rainy Denmark ... talked that it would be good to get out and dive, but we had not planned that we would get through 22 great dives." Read more