PADI Basic Freediver | Phuket Freediving Courses

The PADI Basic Freediver is the first step to discover the methodology of PADI in Freediving
Always wanting to dive but you have not had any experience yet? Yearning for new adventures to discover the underwater world? You are at the right place, this is where it all begins.

The PADI Basic Freediver is the first level of the four levels available for freediving ( Basic FreeDiver, Freediver, Advanced Freediver and Master Freediver).

PADI Basic Freediver

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PADI Basic Freediver

฿7 900

  • PADI Basic Freediver Certification
  • PADI Digital Manuel
  • Complete equipment rental
  • PADI Freediving Instructor
  • Pool & Beach Transfer
  • Boat Trip Hotel Transfer
  • Boat Trip Breakfast and lunch
  • Boat Trip Snacks, drinks, fresh fruits served all day
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Day Trip Itinerary




Days Trip Itinerary | Basic Freediver

DAY 1 :

  • 8:30 – 16:00 – Meeting point at Kata Big Rock Swimming Pool. Theory and practical session with your Freediving instructor at the pool.

DAY 2 :

    Koh Racha Yai is the bigger of the two islands located at the South-east of Phuket. You would be able to find different types of coral, like the deer horn coral ( Acropora cervicornis) which is found in many zones. Also you would be able to spot marine species like barracuda, tuna and the milkfish. Discover the incredible dive sites Lucy, “Do little Do” and the mysterious Marla wreck which are homes to murray eels, scorpion fish and grouper.
  • 7:30 am – Meeting at your hotel
  • 8:00 – 9:30 am – Make your way to Racha Yai with breakfast on board the boat
  • 10:00 – 11:00 am – First Dive
  • 11:00 – 12:30 am – Hot lunch buffet served on board. Rest and relax under the sun or snorkel if you wish
  • 12:30 -13:30 pm – Second Dive
  • 13:45 – 15:30 pm – Return to Chalong Pier
  • 15:30 pm – Arrival at Chalong
  • 16:00 pm – Return to hotel

Visited Island

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Koh Racha Yai, is the largest of the two islands located off the Southeastern coast of Phuket.
Different kinds of corals can be spotted here with the Staghorn coral predominating in many areas. Marine life is rich and species such as Barracuda, Tuna and Milk Fish can be found in this area.

The better place for diving is located on the East coast along the hard coral reef where there are shipwrecks and good drifts.

There are several interesting dive sites around Koh Racha Yai including Lucy’s ReefReef “Do little Do” where Stonefish and Batfish may be chanced upon. Not forgetting Marla’s mystery, a wreck that became home to Morays, Groupers and Lionfish.

Why Us ? / Why Phuket ?

  • Amazing Pool Facilities

    Very big and quiet pool on Kata Hill

  • Experienced Freediving Teachers

    They have a many years of teaching, professional and fun!

  • Great Underwater Visibility

    All year long, Phuket offers warm and crystal clear water

PADI Basic Freediver Course Program

This course is the first step in PADI Methodology for freediving.
PADI Basic Freediver course is comprises of 2 parts:

> Theory section via PADI Freediver Touch

In the theory section, you will have a short but useful course about freediving. For example, you will emphasise what happen in your body when you dive and get under pressure.

A plenty of tips will be given to you to improve your apnea skills

> Practical section: putting into practice whatever that has been learnt in theory.

In confined water, via static and dynamic apnea, you learn development and technics that you will apply to open water free diving.

You will also emphasise how to rescue someone in danger. It’s always useful to know how to save someone underwater, even valid for snorkelling or casual swimming.

The PADI basic freediver course as at least 1 open water freedive

During this, you will learn to dive deeper and to extend your personal limits.

There’s a whole world to discover, then you’ll be able to snorkel better and ready to explore the seabed in a good way.


The PADI Basic Freediver Programme is your first step in apnea, you would be able to see yourself progress at an impressive rate.

The first time you would dive to such depths. How would one not appreciate such an incredible moment?

In this course you would learn how to use a mask, a tuba, the fins and a wetsuit with a weight belt.

It is preferred that divers use freediving equipment but if you have your snorkeling equipment, it would be possible to use it as well.

  • To be at least 12 years of age

  • Able to swim well

  • Physically fit

  • Dive experience not necessary

Continuing Education

The next steps to continue the course after PADI Freediver :