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Learn to Scuba Dive in Thailand

By Frontiergap @FrontierGap

Always dreamed of learning to scuba dive? Frontier is pleased to announce a new opportunity for volunteers to learn to dive on the famous island of Koh Tao, situated in the tropical waters of the Gulf of Thailand with the Thailand Learn to Scuba Dive project.

In a 5 day intensive dive course volunteers will be able to gain their PADI Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver, or EFR giving them the ability to go on and dive around the globe.

Learn to scuba dive in Thailand

Image courtesy of Retina Funk

One of the cheapest opportunities to earn your diving qualifications means that for just £349 volunteers will be diving in crystal clear waters, surrounded by a fantastic array of marine life. See schools of tropical fish, stingrays, sea horses and sea turtles amongst an abundance of other marine life on Koh Tao’s stunning coral reefs. You could even swim a whale shark if you got lucky!

Learn to scuba dive in Thailand

Image courtesy of Frontier's Thailand Learn to Scuba Dive project

What’s even better about this project is that the price includes guesthouse accommodation a mere five minutes’ walk from the dive centre, as well as a local orientation of the area at the beginning of your project. Pre-departure and in-country you’ll receive support from Frontier staff and be provided with a 24 hour in case of emergency phone number.

Learn to scuba dive in Thailand

Image courtesy of Retina Funk

This project is perfect for anyone who wanting to learn to dive abroad and would work incorporated into traveling in South East Asia especially. Diving can add another dimension to any future trip as your globally recognised, PADI qualification will mean you can dive anywhere in the world for the rest of your life.

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