Aquaworld Cozumel 1 Tank Night Reef Dive Overview
The phenomenal undersea habitat off the shores of the island paradise of Cozumel undergoes a fascinating transformation after the tropical sun descends below the western horizon over the Yucatan Peninsula. Divers can witness an entirely different population of underwater denizens after nightfall. The nocturnal creatures that emerge after nightfall are both strange and beautiful. If you have never been on a nighttime scuba diving excursion, you have the opportunity to explore one of the most vibrant marine environments on the globe. After nightfall, the reefs take on a mysterious atmosphere that you will need to experience yourself. The calm waters on the leeward side of Cozumel are especially clear and therefore ideal for diving at night as well as during the day. You will descend to a depth of approximately fifty feet to explore a fascinating coral reef habitat. The coral environment off the shores of Cozumel is part of the massive Meso-American Reef, a series of barrier reefs that extends more than six hundred miles. This enormous reef system is the second largest on the planet after the Great Barrier Reef off Australia.
You will enjoy the opportunity to explore a teeming habitat full of an amazing coral growth, sponges, mollusks, crustaceans, and exotic fish. Manta rays are often seen during the evening dive trips.
Although diving at night may seem more treacherous than diving during the daytime, it is perfectly safe, especially under the watchful supervision of our highly-experienced PADI-qualified dive-masters. Our professional dive guides will lead you to the local dive spots that are most active during the evening hours.
- Witness a 45-foot deep coral reef after sundown
- See a variety of nocturnal marine species
- English fluent PADI dive-master will be your guide
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- Transportation not inlcuded
- All dives include equipment, except wetsuit rental
- Instructor, supervised reef dive
- Before you begin any dive with us you must fill out health questionnaire which covers the main illnesses and restrictions that may prevent you from diving. Always consult your doctor before doing any new strenuous activity
- Certification card MUST be provided upon check-in
- All dives incur a small additional charge for the Federal Marine Park tax and Dock Fees
What To Bring
- Underwater camera
- Towels to dry off
- Change of clothes