Why Choose DJL?

  • PADI 5 Star Career Development Centre
    "The highest PADI store rating available - recognised worldwide!"
  • Professional PADI Instructors
    "All DJL instructors at least Master Scuba Diver Level"
  • Swimming Pool on Site
    "Learn to dive in our pool before heading into the ocean"
  • Two Dive Boats
    "Visit the best dive sites in Koh Tao based on your dive level"
  • Small Dive Groups
    "Maximum of 4 students per PADI instructor / divemaster"
  • Aqualung Partner Centre
    "Top quality rental equpment for all dive students"
  • Accommodation Available
    "Discounted rates to DJL divers in dorm or hotel rooms"
  • Bar & Restaurant
    "Everyone's favourite place to socialize after a dive!"

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DJL Recreational Diving Blog

  • A Guide to your Ears and Scuba Diving

    DJL Diving Blog May 12, 2017 | 04:25 am

    A Guide to your Ears and Scuba Diving

    Our latest article on the DJL Blog is from Kim Brazil of DIVE.in. It is based on an infographic they produced concerning your ears and scuba diving. It is an extremely interesting and important bit of reading for anyone involved in scuba diving. Issues with equalizing whilst on a dive can affect nearly every diver at some point in their diving career. However, did you know that approximately 89% of divers do not equalize properly? Not equalizing properly can lead to some serious issues, resulting in nearly 29% of divers having to stay out of the water for weeks or

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DJL Technical Diving Blog

  • Burma Maru expedition, January 2017

    SEA Explorers Club Mar 25, 2017 | 01:55 am

    Burma Maru expedition, January 2017

    I first became interested in the Burma Maru after my friend & dive buddy Dave brought it to my attention. He had gotten some marks for her after drinking whisky with a Thai captain in Koh Chang. Marks for this wreck are thin on the ground. This is due to the shortage of sounder and GPS technology available on Cambodian fishing boats. Even so it took me 2 years to mount an expedition to look for her as we had other ongoing projects. But on the 21st  January 2017 we set off. Myself and buddy Leon from Davy Jones Tech

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