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Wakatobi – The Ideal Place To Learn Freediving

Wakatobi, the luxury diving resort in southeastern Sulawesi, Indonesia is the perfect place to learn or continue your education in Freediving!

From 20-23 August 2016 DAN/Rolex Diver Of The Year Kirk Krack and World Champion Freediver Mandy-Rae Krack will be teaching a 4 day Intermediate Freediver Course in the resort.

Mandy-Rae Krack and Kirk Krack
Mandy-Rae Krack and Kirk Krack

Mandy-Rae had this to say to DeeperBlue.com:

“We have always wanted to dive in that part of the world and to now get the chance to do that while staying in paradise at the Wakatobi Resort, well it leaves me speechless. Even Kaila, our 6-year old daughter, cant stop telling people about the kids camp she saw on their website.  This will be the trip of a life time!”

Wakatobi is set on a tranquil island far from crowds and cities, with no other divers for at least 100 miles.  As a five-star resort it combines civilized comforts with a pristine natural environment; a pairing that has secured its reputation as one of the world’s finest resorts.

View of reefs flying over to Wakatobi
View of reefs flying over to Wakatobi

The PFI Intermediate Freediver course instructs competent and comfortable freedivers in essential safety and problem management for breath-hold diving, with a high emphasis on proper technique development. This program also includes details on training and equipment for diving to depths of 40 meters/132 feet.  The course cost is $745 USD.

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For more information on the PFI Intermediate Freediver Course and how to book can be found on the Performance Freediving International website.  Details on the Wakatobi resort can be found on the Wakatobi website.

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Wakatobi Dive Resort
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Wakatobi Dive Resort is located in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia and situated within the Wakatobi Marine Reserve, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and home to one of the most bio-diverse marine ecosystems on earth.