Scuba diving. It's your avenue to adventure. Nature. Another part of our world. It's a passion that provides a lifetime of excitement and discovery. It's a privilege and pursuit that invites you to places most people never see. To experiences most people never have.
Together, National Geographic and PADI have created the National Geographic Diver program. Why? To bring scuba diving and the experience and wisdom of National Geographic Explorers to you.
The National Geographic Diver program trains you to become a certified PADI Diver with the skills of an explorer and adventurer. It's exciting, amazing and fun. And it's available today at Aquanauts Dive Centre, Pattaya's ONLY PADI 5-Star National Gegraphic Instructor Development Center.
Three National Geographic programs are available at Aquanauts:
PADI’s National Geographic Diver aims to encourage public interest in recreational diving worldwide and expose people to the aquatic environment to help them gain a better appreciation of our underwater cultural heritage. National Geographic Divers gain knowledge that broadens awareness of the aquatic realm and new skills to better explore underwater. .
In order to achieve National Geographic status, PADI dive centers must meet strict pre-requisites and pass a rigorous inspection process. Aquanauts is only one of seven National Geographic Dive Centers in all of Thailand
“PADI recognizes your business as a progressive dive operation that offers the best customer service, education, equipment selection and dive experiences. Your commitment to advancing a premium-level of adventure and environmental awareness in your education programs is exciting and commendable,” PADI Asia-Pacific wrote in an e-mail to Aquanauts. “You are cultivating an elite class of people who understand the importance and the impact they have on the ocean realm and what they can do to preserve it for future generations. In essence, you are creating ambassadors for the underwater world.” (Read our full NGC Status press release.)
So if you're ready to begin your adventure National Geographic style, book a course today!