NIGHT DIVE TOUR IN HAWAII
Night Diving in Hawaii is awesome! The water is warm, the visibily is fabulous, the coral reefs are beautiful and teaming with life. After your first dive you’ll want to go again because one dive in the dark is never enough. There is so much to see down there, and the thrill of scuba diving in the dark will lure you back in. Night Diving in Hawaii has many benefits over diving in other parts of the United States. For one the tropical climate here invites exotic fish from all over. Two, the conditions here are perfect for night diving. Spotting a manta ray, a sea turtle, an octopus, or a dolphin pod at night is highly possible and simply exciting.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Join us from for the 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. night diving tour. Times vary depending on whether you choose to night dive from shore or dive from boat. Minimally two participants are required for us to conduct a Night Diving Tour. However, enrollment fluctuates from week to week, so if you do not have a buddy to come diving with you, give us a call anyways because we may have other divers lined up and waiting to dive with you.
TOURS & COSTS
One Tank Shore Dive Tour- $109.99
Two Tank Shore Dive Tour – $119.99
Two Tank Boat Dive Tour – $ 144.99
OTHER ADVENTURES TO CONSIDER
• Go with us to Hanauma Bay for a Skin Diving Excursion–very fun!
• There is a lot you can learn by taking a Nitrox Certification class or Fish Identification Course.
AFTER THE DIVE
Just relax! Your Dive Master or Scuba Instructor will break down your gear and load it up for you. If you’d like to log your dive with us as proof of having dove in Hawaii, be sure to come back to the store so that we can put our fancy Oceanus Divers store-stamp in your logbook.
THINKING ABOUT TAKING ANOTHER CLASS?
If you are thinking about taking another scuba diving class to improve your expertise, we have many to choose from. Check out our scuba diving course or our specialty courses or our professional certification courses to learn more about the kool options available to you at Oceanus Divers.
“To boldy go where no man has gone before!”