Guided Sunset and Night Dive

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For most, the thought of dipping below the surface at night is so mysterious, yet so alluring. You may have scuba dived at a site many times before, but at night you drop into a whole new world and watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge. If you've ever wondered what happens underwater after the sun goes down, call today to book a guided night dive with B&B!

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Dive Details

Get Ready for an Unforgettable Experience

When

For the Sunset and Night Dive package, we meet at 5pm. We do our surface interval around 6:30pm, which gives us a nice view of the sunset, and then we get back in the water just after sundown. We finish by 8:30pm at the latest. For the 1 Tank Night Dive, we meet at 6:30pm.

Where

We do most of our night dives at Makena Landing Beach Park. If you'd like to request a different dive site, there may be an additional cost. View our full price list here.

Price

The 1 Tank Guided Night Dive is $169. The 2 Tank Guided Sunset and Night Dive is $169. All gear is included.

FAQ

All You Wanted to Know And More

What are the prerequesites?

You only need an Open Water certification to go on a night dive if you are being guided by a PADI instructor.

Is it okay if I've never night-dived before?

Yes! If it's your first night dive ever, your instructor will walk you through some basic night-diving techniques, such as basic hand signals, navigation techniques, and how to properly use a dive light so that you're not accidentally blinding both your buddy and the sleeping turtles.