For more than 50 years, PADI®, the professional association of diving instructors, has enabled people around the world to discover the wonders of the underwater world, but COVID-19 has disrupted travel and scuba diving operations. marine around the world, so where is this now possible? to dive?
As the world slowly opens up again, PADI wants to help divers get back in the water so they can enjoy the sport they love. PADI has created a new interactive map to facilitate the identification – in real time – of places where diving is authorized and of dive shops open locally and around the world.
This information is collected at source in 6,750 dive centers around the world and updated regularly as situations change. This practical and easy to use map offers clear navigation. Simply click on any country to see what travel restrictions apply and to learn more about the accessibility of diving in that country and the latest status of each PADI dive center and complex.
PADI hopes this map will help people discover incredible underwater locations, both near their homes as soon as possible and in faraway destinations when the weather permits.
PADI® (Professional Association of Diving Instructors®) is the largest diving organization in the world with a global network of more than 6,750 dive centers and centers and 137,000 professional members worldwide. Delivering over a million certifications each year, PADI allows people around the world to go on an adventure and save the ocean through underwater education, life-changing experiences and travel.