I did dive with Mathew in the daytime and Matt at night dive, they are absolutely amazing! Both of them are super friendly and nice. We had so much fun during the dive. Extra credit to Matt, he found my friend’s lost GoPro under the sea during the night dive! And I locked myself out of my car after the dive tour. He got people to help me out at around 9:30pm at the beach. Life saver of the day!
Fewer People in the Water
See a New Side to the Reef
An Unmissable Experience
A Magical Experience that Few Get to See
See what happens when the night shift comes out on the Rincón reefs. This is a unique Puerto Rico scuba diving adventure that not only gives you more sightings of sea life but also is an almost meditative experience. With darkness around you and the flashlight leading your gaze, you can connect with a different side of the underwater world. Expect to see a variety of fishes, eels, crustaceans, and maybe even sharks, many of which are sleeping during the day.
See how the colors and creatures change at night creating a new world of wonder
Be amazed by how animal behavior changes when the sun goes down
Marvel at shoals of fish swarming your dive light
Feel a sense of calm and wonder as you navigate through the moon-lit reef
Ideal for divers looking for a new experience
$129 per person
Changes depending on sunset times – check upon booking
Rincón Diving & Snorkeling- 2207 Ave Pedro Albizu Campos Carr Rd 115 Km 12.0, Rincón, PR 00677, Puerto Rico, USA
No minimum or maximum
- Tanks and weights
- Dive torch (light)
- Expert safety briefings and instruction
- Drinking water – bring your refillable water bottle for free refills from our filtered rainwater collection
- Transportation from dive center to entry point at the beach
- Wetsuit (available to rent)
- Tank light (Cyalume stick) – available to rent
- Regulator, buoyancy control device, and dive gauges (these are required for the tour) – rentals available
- Mask, snorkel, and fins
What to bring
- Diver certification
- Reef-safe sunscreen
Good to know
- Divers must have their diver certification
- Age limit: minimum 10 years old
- You will be required to complete a PADI Medical Questionnaire at check-in. Please review in advance. If you have any of the health conditions listed on the medical statement you will not be able to participate without a doctor’s consent. 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!
- After equipment fitting, you will follow the guide in your own transportation to the entry point for the snorkeling tour (5 min +/- from the dive center). If you need transportation from the dive center and back, please give the dive center a call so advance arrangements can be made. Additional charges may apply.
- It is important to drink plenty of water before arrival for hydration.
- Apply ocean-friendly/reef-safe sunscreen before arrival so it soaks into you and not the precious reef. Ocean-friendly sunscreen is available for purchase at the dive center.
What You’ll See & Do
Join us on our unique night dive for a next-level scuba diving experience in Rincón, Puerto Rico. You’ll head out with your guide just after sunset and see with your own eyes the differences between diurnal and nocturnal diving. Many sea creatures only emerge at night making it the perfect opportunity for sea life lovers to explore the reefs.
See how the animals’ behavior changes as many prepare to hunt. Things that look like rocks on the seafloor will suddenly spring to life. Spot shrimp, octopus, and conch, some fish may even swarm the dive light. You’ll also see eels, crustaceans, and maybe even sharks!
Your professional instructor will be on hand to point out interesting sea creatures and help you with anything you need.
Answers to Your Questions
If you have any questions or concerns about your night dive, call the dive center in advance and we will be happy to help.
Water temperature in Puerto Rico ranges from 78 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter months (December-March) to 84 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months. Most divers get cold in the winter months and a wetsuit is recommended. At other times of the year, wetsuits are good for abrasion protection. Wetsuits are available for rental for an additional fee, check out our rental rates.
The temperate waters of Puerto Rico are home to many species of fish of all sizes. Some we see every day are parrotfish, butterflyfish, blue tangs, sergeant majors, angelfish, squirrelfish. In fact, look at a fish ID guide for the Caribbean and we see those same characters every day. Ahhh… life in paradise.
The minimum age for scuba certification is 10 years.