High School Adventures

Bali + Lombok Bali + Lombok Scuba

Strengthen your diving skills in a region that supports the world’s most biodiverse marine life. You and a group of like-minded ocean lovers will dive with captivating sea creatures in unbelievable dive spots and spend your time on land soaking in the beautiful scenery and the warm, creative culture of Bali.

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Manta rays on advanced scuba summer camp Bali
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Teens hiking volcano at sunrise on summer camp Bali

Beautiful days of adventure in Indonesia

  • Travel to the Gili Islands and Nusa Penida to dive some of Bali’s most spectacular sites and experience an entirely new kind of freedom underwater as you earn your freediving certification.
  • Feel the exhilaration of spotting tiny pygmy seahorses, unusual leaf fish and the large and elusive mola mola among the rich marine life of Bali.
  • Establish key Emergency First Responder skills that will equip you to be a resource in many diving scenarios.
  • Watch the sunrise over a volcanic lake on Mount Batur, volunteer to rebuild reefs that help conserve marine habitats and work with local people while learning about their incredible culture.
  • Explore Bali’s black sand beaches, remote waterfalls and witness a fire dance.
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June 24 - July 15, 2022$7,580AvailableEnroll Now
July 18 - August 8, 2022$7,580AvailableEnroll Now
“We learned so much on every dive, and also learned not in the water – it taught me how to properly experience another culture and skills that I can use later in life. What I learned about life, culture and scuba skills exceeded all my expectations. This has been the best trip I have been on, mostly because of the instructors and other students!” Alexandra, high school alumna

This scuba diving camp for teenagers offers:

7

Scuba Certifications

5

Service Hours

Six PADI scuba certifications available:

  • PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
  • PADI Drift Diver
  • Emergency First Responder (EFR)
  • AWARE Dive Against Debris
  • AWARE Shark Conservation
  • AWARE Coral Reef Conservation
  • Freediver Level 1

 

Three hours of service learning through community-based projects.

Requirements:

  • PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent certification.
  • Available to students completing grades 9-12.

Itinerary

Day 1-8

Om Swastiastu!

After traveling halfway around the world, head to your home for the first week, Pemuteran, a quaint Indonesian fishing village. Explore the underwater treasures of the northern dive sites, participating in your first ever muck dive – an amazing opportunity to spot rare frogfish and scorpion fish. Then, jump right into your dive certifications by beginning the PADI Advanced Open Water and Emergency First Responder coursework. Take a break to partner with Project AWARE and conduct a Dive Against Debris, an underwater trash cleanup that helps collect data on the types of trash plaguing the world’s oceans. Feeling refreshed and confident after your first dives, you head east, stopping along the way to hike to a picturesque remote waterfall.


 

Day 9-11

Wrecks and pinnacles

Embark on an underwater exploration with the village of Amed as your new home base. You’ll stay in bungalows near the black volcanic beach, diving from shore as well as traditional jukung boats, surrounded by waters teeming with life. Experience an exhilarating dawn dive, and behold the USAT Liberty, one of the most famous wreck dives in the world. From there, you’ll venture to dive sites Seraya and Coral Garden to find dozens of unique sea creatures you can’t see anywhere else on Earth.


 

Day 10-14

Follow a manta ray to the heart of Bali

Head south along the Bali coast and visit the island of Nusa Penida, known for its world class drift diving and large pelagic creatures – manta and eagle rays, white-tip and black tip sharks, tuna, and giant trevally. Test your luck, venturing out to sites where you may spy a manta ray or the elusive mola mola (sunfish). Later, you’ll dry out your dive gear and head to Ubud, the cultural and spiritual center of Bali. You’ll explore temples and terraced rice fields, take in a sunrise over Mt. Batur, step inside a royal palace, visit the Monkey Forest and learn to cook delicious Balinese food. You’ll also witness first-hand the magical Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, a performance inspired by ancient tales of the supernatural.


 

Day 15-18

The water island

Eager to get back in the water, take a high-speed ferry to Gili Air, the smallest of Indonesia’s three Gili Islands. “Air” means “water” in the local Sasak language, and you’ll find plenty of white sand beaches but no roads or cars – the perfect spot for new adventures. Officially off the beaten path, embark on two or three dives a day, including an unforgettable night dive. Learn about recycling initiatives on the island and help survey local shark and turtle populations. When you’re not scuba diving, practice stand-up paddleboarding and bask in the beauty that surrounds you.


 

Day 18-22

Dive deeper

Dive even deeper into the waters of Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. Help build an artificial reef system known as a Bio Rock, and earn your Freediver Level 1 certification by learning the breathing techniques to freedive up to 60 feet. Join your new friends as you spend the final night watching the sun drop into the Bali Sea, reflecting on everything that you have learned about Bali and one another.