Night dives always show us an entirely new world. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge, even a familiar site looks different at night. When you make a day dive, you normally scan the entire dive site looking at your surroundings. At night, you see only the area of the dive site that is lit by your light. This forces you to slow down and concentrate on that one area.
We usually do our night dives at the area of Pelican Rock, where the darkness brings out all kinds of interesting marine life such as Lobsters, Crabs, Sea Worms, Sting rays and octopuses.
Your dive light will illuminate the walls, revealing a dazzling display of color that cannot be seen during the day. You may see moray eels and octopuses swimming to hunt or the parrot fish sleeping inside their protection bubble.
It is always recommended to dive the site during the day prior to doing a night dive
- Explore a familiar site in a new perspective
- Watch nocturnal creatures go on the hunt.
- See the “flowering” Orange cup corals
- Enjoy a relax dive under the moon light
- Enjoy the Cabo bay after sunset
Good to know :
You must be a certified PADI Open Water Diver
New divers and/or divers who haven’t dived for more than 2 years need to dive during the day prior to the night dive (recommended for all divers