Why Should I Take a Dive Course?

I want to go on dive trips with my friends but I don't dive... what should I do?  
Why do so many people take up diving? Will I enjoy diving? Sound familiar?  
Thankfully there are many options available for you to answer these questions...

Free Try Dives
Free Try Dives - Can I just try to see what it's like?
We train divers in our swimming pool every day. Feel free to drop by and watch to see how much fun the students and instructors are having, and while you're there, why not try it out for free? Our instructors will happily show you how the equipment works and bring you for a quick swim around the pool so you can experience breathing underwater for the first time. 

Discover Scuba Diving - Can I see the underwater world without taking a course?  
Koh Ha, Scuba Diver Course, Discover Scuba DivingThe perfect choice when you are unsure whether a diving course is for you.  Wearing dive equipment in the pool you will practice some exercises in very shallow water until you feel comfortable and then practice swimming underwater so you can experience the freedom that diving gives you. The next day you can join the other divers on the boat and your instructor will take care of you while you explore the amazing reefs and meet the incredible underwater creatures that we are so lucky to get to see at Koh Ha or Koh Bida. You will experience what diving is all about... the freedom, the weightlessness... the incredible marine life.
***warning - It is very addictive***

PADI Scuba Diver Course - Can I dive now and again without doing the pool sessions?
In just 2 days you can complete some dive theory to get familiar with dive practices, practice more exercises in the pool to become more comfortable, and then go diving around the reef to get used to diving in the open sea. At the end of this course you will have a license that allows you to dive anywhere in the world with other divers to a maximum depth of 12 meters while under the supervision of a PADI professional. Best part is you pay the same price as experienced divers every time you dive in the future.

PADI Open Water Diver - How can I plan my own dives?
Koh Ha, PADI Open Water Diver Course, Koh BidaAn additional 2 days after the PADI Scuba Diver Course, some more theory, some more pool work, and some more dives on the reef and you gain enough experience to be called a PADI Open Water Diver. Although you will probably opt to have a professional guide you around the reef, you actually learn enough in this course to plan dives, dive safely, take care of yourself underwater and dive with a buddy to a maximum depth of 18 meters. Now you can see the things you want to see underwater, take photos, see the fish you like and dive at your own pace.
Your Choice... Your Experience... Your New World Awaits !!!
What are you waiting for? Your holidays will never be the same again!  Happy Diving :)