National Geographic Diver Specialty Course Details

Continue the adventure with the PADI National Geographic Diver Specialty course. During the course, you join an elite group of divers who are more than tourists, but explorers, adventurers and conservationists.

As part of the National Geographic Diver Specialty course, you fine-tune your buoyancy, then set off on your exploration project. Whether it’s a survey of plant life or a study of water temperature variation, this project is your chance to think, observe and document like those who dive for science and discovery. On your next dive you’ll hone your navigation skills, then you’ll dive into an aquatic life exercise – which may also be part of your exploration project.

  • Prerequisites: Must be a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification from another organization)
  • Number of Dives: Two
  • Knowledge Development: Complete the National Geographic Knowledge Review based on information from the National Geographic Diver Almanac and DVD.
  • Materials You’ll Need: National Geographic Diver Specialty course materials including the National Geographic Diver Almanac and National Geographic Diver DVD.
  • Certification counts toward the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating

For more information on becoming a PADI National Geographic Diver Specialty, please contact Ventura Dive & Sport or explore more course options below.

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