Diviac has joined scuba diver training organisation PADI. From here on, Diviac is now PADI Travel.
Diviac handled a platform through which divers could research scuba diving holidays and make bookings, choosing from thousands of liveaboards, dive centres and resorts across the globe. And now Diviac has officially joined the PADI family. BASICS: How to choose a diving mask
Since 1966, PADI has been committed to education, exploration, community and conservation. With this step, PADI is expanding on its commitment to be a complete eco-system for divers, including a professional dive travel service. Dive Like a Pro: How To Get Diving Fit
The Diviac team commented on the launch in a blog post: “The PADI organisation is committed to growing the scuba and freediving market, both by attracting new people to the sport and by motivating existing divers to dive more often. Travel has always been intrinsically linked to diving and is a fantastic medium to inspire divers. We are proud to now be PADI Travel and therefore contribute to the growth of the industry.
“Dedicated to inspiring divers to stay active, explore more of the underwater world and take care of our oceans, PADI Travel is designed to energise and grow the overall diving community for the benefit of everyone in the dive industry. Dive Like a Pro: What you need to know about cold water diving
“It offers more dive destinations and more dive holidays than any other travel company in the world, and it will continue to expand over the coming months with increased dive resort offerings,” the team added.