Pattaya Dive Centre – Booking Frequently Asked Questions
How can I book a diving Pattaya trip or learn to dive course?
You book by simply filling out our booking form which will email us your requested information, You will then be taken to a secure online link to confirm your booking with a deposit then our sales team will book you in.
Can I pre-pay by Pay/Pal / credit/debit card??
Yes, we will send you a secure payment authorisation link once you complete our booking form, where you can input your details and it will process the payment and send you a reservation confirmation once payment has been authorised
What if I change my mind after booking?
If you want to cancel or decided that actually you want start your diving later, we will do our best to accommodate you, but we need at least 24hrs notice so please let us know asap!
Can you arrange accommodation and flights?
Diving Pattaya – General Frequently Asked Questions
What is the weather/ Visibility like diving Pattaya?
Pattaya Thailand has all year round sunny warm weather. Average daily water temperatures are about 30 degrees celsius and visibility Ranges from 5m to 18m. Good conditions vary between April - Sept and really good conditions generally are best experienced between Oct - March *Please note: Above is average intended to be used as a guide only.
I wear contact lenses - is this a problem?
This should not be a problem generally - in this case you have the option of closing your eyes during mask removal exercises, or not wearing your contact lenses at all, in which case you could choose try or purchase one of our optically corrected masks.
What equipment should I take?
For your own comfort and safety if you have your own diving kit we recommend you bring it. If not, full equipment is included and for diving and or snorkeling. Aside from this, just bring swim wear, sun cream, sun glasses and maybe a towel.
Do I have to dive with a guide?
Generally we ask you to dive with a guide for your first dive at least unless you are very familiar to diving Pattaya, After this it will be at the discretion of your guide (who is responsible for your safety) to decide whether you may dive with your buddy. Divers holding the PADI Scuba Diver qualification must dive with a guide at all times.
What are the rules associated with flying and diving?
Diving after flying does not generally cause any reason for concern, however there are considerations associated with flying after diving. Any dangers come from excess nitrogen in our body’s tissues from breathing compressed air at depth. For this reason, to avoid the risk of decompression sickness we recommend that you do not fly for a minimum of 12 hours after your last dive.
Where can I find further information and advice?
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