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RATES

Our prices are a little higher than other dive centres on Tobago. This is because we are an environmental non-for-profit NGO first and foremost, and therefore, 100% of our profits go directly into our conservation work.
By choosing to dive with us you will directly contribute to the protection of NE Tobago's beautiful ecosystems and wildlife.
 

If you are the only diver or course participant, we need to add 30% to the below prices to cover our operational costs - and you will receive highly personalised treatment - thanks for your understanding.

PADI DIVE COURSES - COURSE PRICES INCLUDE FULL EQUIPMENT

 

PADI Discover Scuba Diving - 1 dive at 120 US$ or 2 dives at 165 US$
An introduction to diving with basic theory and 1 or 2 dives. The two dives option concentrates on dive skills in the first dive and a fun dive on the second dive

PADI Open Water Diver (four confined and four open water dives) - 3-4 days - US$ 650
The world's most popular scuba diving course, certifying you to dive with a buddy independently of a professional. This includes an e-learning selfstudy kit that participants will need to complete prior to arrival. 

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver (5 dives) - 2 days - 

US$ 550
 

Take your diving to the next level with five Adventure dives, including one Deep and one Navigation to complete certification. This includes the e-learining course fees.

Emergency First Response - 1 day - US$ 200
PADI sanctioned primary and secondary care course

PADI Rescue Diver - 3 days - US$ 480
For the active diver, learn how to prevent and handle situations with divers and non-divers. A pre-requisite sanctioned first aid certification within 24 months, or complete Emergency First Response with ERIC

PADI Specialties - various
Various specialties available at ERIC include: Deep, Drift, Night, Fish Identification, Underwater Naturalist, Boat, Underwater Photographer, Emergency Oxygen Provider, Project Aware, Coral Reef Conservation
   For specialties, add a surcharge per dive of: 
        US$ 35
  Specialties also require a certification fee of:  
        US$ 100

PADI Divemaster - on application

RECREATIONAL AND EXPLORATORY DIVING

 

Refresher Dive - US$ 95
Includes extended briefing, skills review and a single dive

Single (1) Dive - US$ 75
Includes one (1) dive, tank, weights and boat

Two Dives - One Day - US$ 140
Includes two (2) dives, tanks, weights and boat

Three Day Package - US$ 390
Includes six (6) dives, tanks, weights and boat

Five Day Package - US$ 600
Includes ten (10) dives, tanks, weights and boat

Additional Dives - US$ 55
More than ten (>10) dives, includes tanks, weights and boat

Night Dive - US$ 100
Includes one (1) dive, tank, weights and torch

EQUIPMENT RENTAL

One Day Rentals per Item

BCD:    US$ 10
Regulator:    US$ 10
Wetsuit (Shorty):    US$ 5
Mask, Snorkel, Fins:    US$ 10
Dive Computer:    US$ 15

Rental Packages
Complete equipment rental including dive computer
One Day:    US$ 35
Three Days:    US$ 90
Five Days:    US$ 130

Extras - One Day Rentals per Item:


Torch:    US$ 10 
Underwater Camera:    US$ 35
Maximum 2 dives per day for the underwater camera

SPECIAL TRIP SURCHARGES             

Trip 1: Sisters Rocks from Charlotteville - add US$100 total group surcharge

Trip 2: Boat pick up from Parlatuvier - add US$100 total group surcharge

Trip 3: Boat pick up from Castara - add US$125 total group surcharge

Trip 4:
PADI Open Water Diver course in Castara - add US$300

total group surcharge

Enquire -
ericexpeditions@eric-tobago.org

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REEF CHECK COURSES

Discover Reef Check - half day - US$ 120
An introduction to coral reef ecology and monitoring techniques with one of the ERIC marine biologists. If you are a beginner snorkeller or diver this is a great introduction to the world of the Reef Check EcoDiver, after which you will receive a Certification of Completion.


Reef Check EcoDiver - 2 to 3 days - US$ 500
Full certification course during which a combination of classroom and in-water knowledge development, study and tests on fish, invertebrates, substrate types and monitoring methods will give you the skills and experience to conduct Reef Check surveys in the Atlantic and Caribbean regions. As a Reef Check EcoDiver you have the opportunity to be an ocean ambassador and contribute to the development of a global coral reef health monitoring database.


Reef Check EcoExpeditions - two, three, or four weeks
Make the most of your newly acquired skills by combining your Reef Check course with an ERIC EcoExpedition, on which you will carry out daily Reef Check survey dives and contribute to the on-going reef monitoring programme in northeast Tobago. Reef Check EcoExpeditions are offered twice a year in March and October (expeditions will be announced three months in advance). The core expedition consists of two weeks of Reef Check dives including coral restoration and one underwater turtle survey; if you are not already Reef Check certified, you may book a pre-week to cover your Reef Check Eco Diver course and improve your buoyancy skills. Should you not be a certified diver, you may book a second pre-week to complete your open water course.

Group discounts available - enquire

For enquiries and bookings -
ericexpeditions@eric-tobago.org

TERMS & CONDITIONS

ERIC requires a non-refundable 25% deposit 14 days prior to your arrival to ensure confirmation of your booking. Thanks for your understanding.
The balance of your payment is required upon registration. 
Lost or damaged rental equipment must be paid at 75% of the average purchase price.
Payments are accepted as cash, wire transfer, certified cheques, traveller cheques.
Exchange Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
The American Council of Education (ACE) recommends college credit for certain PADI scuba diver and Emergency First Response (EFR) courses. ACE represents all colleges and universities before the U.S. federal government and as such is the unified voice of higher education. ACE evaluates educational courses according to established college-level criteria and recommends college credit for those that measure up to these standards. The ACE credit recommendations for PADI and EFR courses may help you in receiving college credit at an America university or college - even if the courses aren't conducted on a university or college campus. Courses offered through PADI Dive Centers, Resorts and at other locations qualify. To download, click here.

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