TDI Sidemount Diver Course
The TDI Sidemount Diver course teaches a particular form of scuba diving where you wear your tanks on your body’s sides rather than on your back. Depending on the sidemount gear, divers can use this configuration for Recreational Open Water, Cave Diving, and Technical Decompression Diving.
Sidemount Diving is becoming very popular for divers worldwide. Cave Divers prefer this type of configuration as it allows us to squeeze through small passages. Sidemount diver training can help cave divers wanting to be more streamlined and Open Water Divers who wish to extend their bottom time.
It can also be combined with other TDI courses such as Decompression Procedures, Extended Range, Trimix, Advanced Trimix, and Advanced Wreck.
TDI Sidemount Diver
The TDI Sidemount Diver course takes a minimum of three days.
Sidemount Diver + Advanced Nitrox = 6 Days.
Sidemount Diver + Adv. Nx + Deco Procedures = 8 Days.
Sidemount Diver + Cavern Diver = 5 Days.
Sidemount Diver + Cavern Diver + Intro to Cave = 7 Days.
Sidemount Diver + Cavern + Intro to Cave + Full Cave Diver = 9 Days.
Transportation from the Center of Playa del Carmen.
The training program includes academic presentations, land-drills, confined water sessions, and a minimum of four dives.
Student e-learning code. (We will send you the code as soon as we receive the reservation deposit).
Cenote entrance and boat fees (15 to 40 USD Daily depending on your preferences, skills, and weather conditions).
All technical diving courses start in a shallow open water Cenote!