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Night Dive

Night Dive

฿1,700.00

Night Dives are out of this world!

As the sun begins to set the denizens of the deep begin to exit from their daytime hiding places in order to forage and hunt for food. Shrimps, squid, crabs, lobsters are or sorts of unusual marine life can be discovered on a night dive. Suitable for certified divers only.


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Night Dive

Night Dive

Duration – 3 hours

1 NIGHT DIVE

  • Night Dives are Incredible at the Phi Phi Islands. Only 10 minutes away by boat to our site for Night Dives allows divers to enjoy an amazing experience and be home in time to enjoy the rest of the evening. This program is suitable for certified divers that have logged a previous Night Dive. Don’t worry if you have never done a night dive before. You can still do a night dive as long as you are:
    1. Are a certified Open Water Diver Diver
    2. Upgrade to include the training for the PADI Adventure Night Dive.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

DEPARTURE TIME

  • Night Dives start with meeting at the dive center at around 1800h. From there a 5 minute walk to the pier to board our dive boat

SMALL GROUPS

  • We allow only four certified divers per instructor. Based on diver experience, language, and certification levels we assign dive teams accordingly. This way our divers are provided a dive plan suitable to their needs and training. Small groups means more fun and more bottom time!
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

THE PREPARATION

  • Preparation starts with gathering your personal information during the registration process. Equipment sizes, diving experience and certification levels are collected to customize the best possible trip for you. Our staff take care of all the equipment logistics before you even step foot on the boat. That means you don’t have to lug any gear, tanks or other equipment. Just Enjoy the trip.

WHAT DO WE SEE

  • The sea comes alive at night. Creatures too shy to come out during the day start to come out as the sun starts to set. Shrimps, crabs, lobsters and other bottom dwellers come out to forage. Meanwhile moray eels and baracudas patrol the reef edge looking for the stragglers that didn’t get themselves to bed in time. The coral colors are brought out by the divers lights and as for the bio-luminescence…. come and see for yourself.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

Duration – 3 hours

STEP 1: Make a Booking

» HOW TO BOOK

STEP 2: Complete Registration

» HOW TO REGISTER

Night Dives are Incredible at the Phi Phi Islands. Only 10 minutes away by boat to our site for Night Dives allows divers to enjoy an amazing experience and be home in time to enjoy the rest of the evening. This program is suitable for certified divers only that have logged a previous Night Dive. If you are certified but have never done a night dive you can add the training for a night dive by upgrading with our Adventure Dive upgrade.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

We allow only four certified divers per instructor. Based on diver experience, language, and certification levels we assign dive teams accordingly. This way our divers are provided a dive plan suitable to their needs and training. Small groups means more fun and more bottom time!

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
Night Dives start with meeting at the dive center at around 1800h. From there a 5 minute walk to the pier to board our dive boat.

Preparation starts with gathering your personal information during the registration process. Equipment sizes, food preferences, diving experience and certification levels are collected to customize the best possible trip for you. Our staff take care of all the equipment logistics before you even step foot on the boat. That means you don’t have to lug any gear, tanks or other equipment. Just Enjoy the trip.

The sea comes alive at night. Creatures too shy to come out during the day start to come out as the sun starts to set. Shrimps, crabs, lobsters and other bottom dwellers come out to forage. Meanwhile moray eels and baracudas patrol the reef edge looking for the stragglers that didn’t get themselves to bed in time. The coral colors are brought out by the divers lights and as for the bio-luminescence…. come and see for yourself.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
Full consideration is given to diver certification and experience in order to assign the perfect group for your customized dives.

BCD, Regulator, Mask, Fins, Wetsuit, Underwater flashlight, Tanks and Weights

We a have a choice of two dive boats depending on which dive sites trip are visited.

Reef Ranger is a well maintained 19 meters dive boat with sundeck, comfortable seating toilets, showers and easy diving.

Reef Seeker is our large longtail boat which offers a different experience and also allows us to visit the beaches.

Not Included

  • Transfer fees (to/ from Phi Phi Island)

  • Photos or videos (available on request)

  • National Park Fees

National Park fees are applied to scuba divers diving within the Had Noppharathara National Park

Start

Thai

Non-Thai

Day 1

240 thb

600 thb

Day 2

200 thb

200 thb

Day 3

200 thb

200 thb

Day 4*

240 thb

600 thb

*National Park fees renew on the 4th day
**Fees are applied to some snorkeling trips

Additional information

Duration

Each trip last between 4-5 hours

Dive Sites

2 amazing dives at the Bida Islands and Phi Phi Ley Island

Distance to Dive Sites

The furthest dive site is only 45 minutes away.

Health for Diving

All persons engaging in scuba diving should be of good health. We strongly recommend students check out the medical statement to ensure they are healthy enough to scuba dive. Persons that do have a history of specific illnesses may not be allowed to dive.

Experience required

Need to be a certified Open Water Diver or higher. Required to show logged dives within the last 12 months. Divers with more than 50 logged dives are exempt from the 12 month policy.

Flying after Diving

Divers must wait at least 18 hours after scuba diving prior to boarding an airplane. Not allowing enough time between the last dive and then going to altitude is potentially dangerous

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