See Different Animal Behavior
Encounter Nocturnal Creatures
A Next-Level Specialty Dive Experience
A Unique Puerto Rico Scuba Diving Experience
Scuba diving in Puerto Rico reaches a new level when done at night. Many creatures come out at night and they are often curious to interact. Get the chance to see sharks circling in the reef at night and marvel at how different coral looks in the darker hours. This is a great activity for certified divers looking to have a new experience.
See creatures that rarely emerge in daylight hours
Appreciate a different side to the reef
Marvel at how sea life behavior changes at night
Have a unique experience and discover a new way to dive
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$129 per person + taxes
Crashboat Watersports – 2010 Ave Dr Pedro Albizu Campos, Aguadilla Pueblo, Aguadilla 00603, Puerto Rico
- Tanks and weights
- Drinking water
- Transportation to the beach
- Mask and fins
- BCD & regulator
What to bring
- Scuba certification
- Reef-safe sunscreen
About your guide
Good to know
- It is important to drink plenty of water before arrival to ensure you are hydrated.
- Apply ocean-friendly/reef-safe sunscreen before arrival so it soaks into your skin and not the precious reef. Ocean-friendly sunscreen is available for purchase in the shop.
- You will be required to complete a PADI medical questionnaire at check-in. Without a doctor’s consent, certain health conditions can prevent you from participating in the course. Call the dive center if you have any concerns.
- As part of the training, you will learn that you need to allow 18 hours to pass before flying after diving.
Coming Up on the Tour
We’ll fit your equipment and let you know which creatures you should be looking out for, as well as interesting features on the reef. Then, we’ll head down to the beach and wade in with our equipment to explore the magical underwater world of night diving.
Nocturnal creatures that we may come across include octopuses, pufferfish, nurse sharks, lobsters, and much more. Many animals hide in the reef during daylight hours or their behavior is completely different. Being on the reef at night can feel like a completely new experience to daytime diving. As well as interesting animal sightings, there is also an intense tranquility to diving at night, it’s a unique experience and one that all keen divers should try at least once.