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PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Course




The AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Specialty course is designed to inform you about the world’s coral reefs.


As a scuba diver, the health of aquatic ecosystems is often what makes a good dive. Become aware of the fragileness of coral reefs and how you can help preserve them.


This course teaches you about the vital role of coral reefs in the marine environment. The course also familiarizes you with the current state of the world’s coral reefs and how you can help.


You will learn about:

  • How coral reefs function
  • Why they are so important
  • Why many reefs are in serious trouble
  • What you can do to prevent further decline
PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Course
Protect the environment


The learning materials you need:


Our World, Our Water peels back the curtain and takes you behind the scenes of our underwater world. Discover just how important our underwater eco-systems are and what you can do to help protect them.
(This manual is available for purchase at our dive shop so you can get it on your arrival to the dive centre)


This course requires a minimum time duration of 1 day.

PADI AWARE Coral Reef Conservation Course
Course Manual


What does this package include?


  • Theory reviews
  • Final Certification

What do I need to start?


  • There are no dives or age limits. Divers and non-divers alike enjoy
    learning about the aquatic environment.




What costs are involved ?


Request more information --------------------------------- Book this package now


Your Next Adventure:

As you learn about coral reef conservation you may also want to work on a conservation project as part of your PADI National Geographic Diver certification.
Since fish life and coral reefs go hand in hand, it also makes sense to learn about fish identification with the AWARE Fish ID course.

You may also want to brush up on your underwater digital photography skills so that you can document and capture images of the conditions of the reefs and species you’re encountering.