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Diving in Diani or North Coast

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Diving in Diani or North Coast

Hi

Im coming back to Diani in November for a few months and want to learn to dive. Has anyone got any reccomendations for which company to go with to get a PADI open water certificate?. Is the South Coast the best place to do it? I don't mind going to the North Coast if it's better for diving, I stayed in Mtwapa for a while in April and saw a few places advertising it but not sure which would be better, north/south?.

Thanks

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1. Re: Diving in Diani or North Coast

My kids got their Open Water with Baracuda (Simone) down at Disni and they seemed very professional. There's also Buccanneer on the north coast too.

450 euros on their website for the course.

http://www.divediani.com/blank.html

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2. Re: Diving in Diani or North Coast

I live in diani and i am used to diving with swahili diving Kenya located in leisure lodge. You could try them... it should be 410 euros for the course.

http://swahili-diving-kenya.com/rates.html

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3. Re: Diving in Diani or North Coast

They all look good. Baracuda has been mentioned a few times to me now so think il check them out.

Thanks

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