PADI Women’s Dive Day Brings Communities Together for Global Celebration
PADI® Women’s Dive Day has grown to become the most celebrated diving day on the planet, transforming lives and opening doors to the underwater world. For the past eight years, the dive community has banded together to encourage divers of all genders, ages, races, backgrounds, and abilities to confidently explore and protect the ocean.
Since the inception of PADI Women’s Dive Day, events around the world have addressed the connections between diversity, inclusion, and environmentalism. The diving community around the world demonstrates their continued commitment to turning their passion into purpose for the ocean and choosing to be part of the solution.
PADI® (Professional Association of Diving Instructors®) is the world’s largest ocean exploration and diver organization, with a global network of more than 6,600 dive centres and resorts and over 128,000 professional members. With over 29 million certifications issued to date, PADI enables people all over the world to seek adventure and save the ocean through underwater education, life-changing experiences, and travel.
PADI has been undeniably The Way the World Learns to Dive® for over 50 years, upholding its high standards for dive training, safety, and customer service, which are monitored for worldwide consistency and quality. PADI, which has a long history of environmental conservation, is paving the way for millions of people to actively explore, steward, and protect the ocean through its course offerings and partnerships with like-minded, mission-driven organizations.
With its mission to create a billion torchbearers to explore and protect the ocean, PADI embodies a global commitment to ocean health.