PADI Night Diver Scuba Diving Course

Scuba courses
Night Diver Specialty

PRICING & INFORMATION

Course cost

  • Course cost R2750

Included in the cost

  • All equipment rental
  • Torch rental
  • 3 Night dives
  • PADI Night Diving Manual
  • Certification

Optional add-ons

Buy your own torch for only R410! You never know when you might need a torch – not only at night, but also during the day to look into crevasses and wrecks.

Prerequisites

  • Open Water Certification
  • Participants need to be at least 12 years old

PADI NIGHT DIVER SCUBA DIVING COURSE CAPE TOWN - INTRODUCTION

As the sun sets on your favourite scuba dive site, it magically changes into a wondrous new world beaming with different life and things to see. Night diving allows you to see the underwater world in a new light and re-explore a new site in very different conditions.

Just as above water, there are different animals that come out at night, while others go to sleep. Come closer to sleeping fish and see the nocturnal crayfish scavenge the area for food and see a whole new array of animals.

Quick overview of the PADI Night Diver Scuba Diving Course in Cape Town

  • Duration: 2 days
  • 3 x dives
  • Minimum age : 12 years
  • Bring your swimsuit, towel, a warm jacket and a snack (torches are included)

PADI NIGHT DIVER SCUBA DIVING COURSE OUTLINE

The PADI Night Diver Specialty Course is conducted in the evenings. We normally meet at the Into the Blue Shop in Cape Town at 6pm, and divers can expect to be finished by around 10pm a night. The course consists out of theory and 3 practical scuba dive sessions in the ocean around Cape Town.

Theory

Divers have to read the PADI Night Diving Manual, and complete and review the knowledge reviews found in this manual.

Practical

The practical side comprises three dives:

  • Number 1: Navigation at night
  • Number 2: Navigation at night
  • Number 3: Leading a dive at night, lights out exercise    

PADI NIGHT DIVER SCUBA DIVING COURSE – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. Isn’t it scary in the dark?

    Not at all. We all go with our own torches and it opens up a whole new world of interesting critters to see which is very exciting to us.
  2. Why would I want to dive in the dark?

    There are different fish that come out at night, which means that even if you have dived the same site before, there will be new things that you will see.