Diving is a social activity and, by affiliating with a PADI Dive Center or Resort, you’ll meet others who share your interests. Follow The Dive Bus on facebook to connect with your new dive buddies, or log in to ScubaEarth® for opportunities to interact with other divers.
As a PADI Diver, you become part of the larger PADI community.
PADI Diving Society® – You can join the PADI Diving Society, an organization made up of dive enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels. The PADI Diving Society keeps members informed on the latest developments in dive news, technology and training, and offers members savings and incentives on all of the things you need to stay active and involved in diving – including dive travel, equipment and training.
ScubaEarth® – By joining PADI’s online community – ScubaEarth® – you’re given an interactive, dynamic platform to share everything scuba diving-related with other divers, dive operations and instructors from around the world. You can research and plan dive experiences, search more than 60,000 dive sites, find PADI Dive Centers and Resorts, connect with dive buddies, log dives, upload dive photos or videos, identify aquatic creatures and much more.
PADI Blog and TecRec Blog – Get the latest PADI dive news and scuba-related discussions by tapping into PADI’s blogs. The TecRec blog focuses specifically on technical diving news and equipment, while the PADI Blog covers recreational diving topics and provides words of wisdom from the Dive GuruTM.
PADI on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and YouTube (PADI TV) – You can interact with other PADI Divers who share stories, photos, videos and discuss their passion – scuba diving – through social media sites.