BANGALORE

Bangalore is one of Asia’s fastest growing cities, and India’s fifth largest city. Situated at an altitude of 920 metres above sea level, Bangalore is the principal administrative, cultural, commercial and industrial centre of the South Indian State of Karnataka. All in all, a lovely city to visit.

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GETTING THERE

Bangalore has connections by air, rail and road.

Airport

Kempegowda International Airport is an international airport serving Bangalore, it is located about 40 kilometres north of the city near the village of Devanahalli.

Rail

Bangalore City railway station, officially known as Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna railway station, is the main railway station serving the city of Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Road

Bangalore, Karnataka

Mumbai

Adventures in Bangalore

Scuba in the City

Due to either the inaccessibility to the sea, undiveable waters or you just want to avoid classroom and pool training sessions during your Vacations, we present you with “SCUBA in the CITY” which consists of the following PADI Course components which can be completed during free time in your City.

Discover Scuba Diving

At West Coast Adventures, our instructors regularly introduce diving to first-time divers and they know perfectly well the best methods to make the learning process both safe and fun. In this way, you will set out for your first experience in the underwater world feeling calm, confident and excited!
Discover Scuba Diving in Mumbai
Open Water Course (Theory)

Open Water Course (Theory)

Open water diver course is a full entry level certification which allows the diver to plan and dive with a buddy, independent of a professional, this is where it starts. Learn your scuba diving diving theory for certification with the PADI Open Water Diver course – the world’s most popular and widely recognized scuba course.

Re-activate Course

This course is for certified divers who have been away from diving for over 6 months or even if you just feel you want to refresh your skills in a pool before you can get back into the open water. You will go over all the basic skills of the open water course and your instructor will remind you of all the procedures and techniques of diving. He will also if necessary bring you up to date with any modifications or changes made in the PADI course materials and diving techniques
Re-activate Course
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