Are you a certified diver? Then join us in any of our daily fun dive trips. We leave at 8.30am and 10.30am for single tank trips, always coming back during our surface interval in case you only want to do one morning dive. We also schedule afternoon and Night Dive upon request so we can work around your sunbathing schedule. Our goal is to be able to adapt to our guests needs and requirements, not the other way around. That is why we will pair you up with divers that have similar experience and air consumption so that no one’s dive is cut short because of someone they just met.


Fun Dives – $50 (per dive)
Night Dives – $60 (per dive) Includes gear if needed.

Dive Packages:

5 or More Dives – $47 (per dive)
10 or more Dives – $45 (per dive)


Scuba Diving is a lot easier than you think. If you feel comfortable snorkeling, you should take the next step and enjoy our beautiful reef to the max! We always suggest our guests who want to start their diving life to give it a try first.

Try Scuba Diving – Full Experience $120

This is the best way to know if scuba diving is for you or not. Chances are you will love it. The key is to take as long as you need and not to feel rushed. Unlike other dive shops, we will accommodate to your learning needs. When doing this program we first start with a briefing about the gear and the underwater rules, and then we move on to our shallow water area where you will practice a couple skills and swimming with your gear on. At this stage you can easily stand up on your feet and talk through any apprehensions you might have with your instructor. After you feel comfortable with the breathing, we will practice some skills that will give you the confidence necessary to feel in control. Ultimately, and only when you are ready, we will get on our boat and go on your first Open Water Dive. This dive lasts approx. 45 minutes and gives you a chance to see one of the best reefs in the world. The whole experience takes between 3 and 4 hours which will depend on how much time you need to feel comfortable before going out on your dive.

Open Water Course (SSI & PADI) – $395

Although we always like to start our students with a Try Scuba before they commit to the whole certification process, being Open Water certified is the goal you want to achieve in order to officially be able to dive anywhere in the world. If you contact us before your visit, we can give you access to the eLearning portion of the course (approx. 6 hours) so you don’t need to use your vacation time studying, just do the final exam here with us. The course is divided in 3 sessions of shallow water skills, 4 open water dives and dive theory. While the confined water sessions will help you learn how to deal with possible emergency scenarios and underwater problems, it will be the open water dives which will help you master these skills and ultimately feel in control and safe under the water. The theory will let you in the physic and physiologic reasons for certain underwater rules as well as some interesting tips on environmental conditions and scuba equipment. It is extremely interesting to practically apply during your confined waters and dives what you have been learning during the theory.

Once this course is finished, you will be certified to dive with your buddy to a maximum depth of 60ft. Being an Open Water diver opens up a world of possibility. If you enjoyed it, you can upgrade your training and become an Advanced Open Water Diver.

Prerequisites: Be 10 years of age or older and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire

Advanced Adventurer Course (SSI & PADI) – $365

If you are already a certified Open Water diver and want to increase your diving knowledge and skills, dive at new locations and diversify your experience, the Advanced Open Water Course is the way to do it. Choosing the Adventure Dives or Specialties that appeal you the most, you will evolve as a diver based on your specific preferences, needs and desires. The Advanced Open Water Course consists in 5 different dives that will teach you specific sets of skills to master the particular adventure of your interest.

Specialties and Adventure Dives: Some of our Adventure/Specialty dives include Underwater Photography, Night, Wreck, Deep, Perfect Buoyancy, Navigation, Search and Recovery, Drift, Stress and Rescue and Boat Dives. All these include water training and theory training. No final exam is needed for this certification.

The main difference between an Adventure Dive and a Specialty Course is the amount of dives you do and consequently how much you learn. While doing an Adventure only takes one dive, a Specialty Course has 2, 3 or even 4 dives and covers practical aspects more deeply than an Adventure Dive.

Prerequisites: Be 12 years of age or older, have an Open Water Diver certification and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire.

Rescue Course (SSI & PADI) – $365

Stress is a major contributor to rescue situations and diving accidents. Through this course you will learn accident prevention, as well as how to handle problem situations if they   occur. The program is about avoiding, recognizing and solving problems on the surface and underwater. The course runs between 2 and 4 days in which you will participate in academic and in-water sessions in the shallows and in the open water.

Prerequisite: Be 15 years old or older, have a valid CPR, First Aid & Oxygen Provider certificate and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire.

Dive Guide/Divemaster Course (SSI & PADI) – Prices Vary

You love scuba diving and want to share it with others on a whole new level? The Divemaster course allows you to do what you love as a career being the first level of professional diving training. Working closely with our instructors, you will fine-tune your dive skills and refine your rescue skills so you anticipate and easily solve common problems. You                 will gain dive knowledge, management and supervision abilities, so you can become a role model to divers everywhere. The Divemaster course teaches you to be a leader and take charge of dive activities. Through knowledge development sessions, waterskills exercises, workshops, and hands-on practical assessment you will develop the skills to organize and direct a variety of scuba diving activities.

Prerequisites with SSI: Have the Science of Diving Specialty, at least 50 logged dives and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire

Prerequisites with PADI: Have a Rescue Diver Certification, at least 40 logged dives and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire

Refresher Course – $75

Have not been diving in a while? Not a problem! Recapture the feeling of total confidence after a longer period without diving by updating the skills learned during your Open Water Diver course. Starting out with a briefing and then moving to shallow waters, the basics will slowly come back to you. Going back to feeling comfortable is the key before you finalize the program with an open water dive, starting with a descent line to only 20ftdeep. After this update you will be ready to continue your education or engage yourself in a great dive vacation.

Prerequisites: Be Open Water Certified and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire

Scuba Diver Course (SSI & PADI) – $275

The Scuba Diver course is a subset of the Open Water Diver Course. If you are short on time but really want to become a diver, the Scuba Diver rating might be right for you ̶ particularly if you expect to go scuba diving primarily with a dive guide. This course takes 2 days and is an intermediate step for earning an Open Water Diver certification, if that’s your ultimate goal. Scuba Divers are qualified to dive under the direct supervision of a scuba professional to a maximum depth of 40 feet.

Prerequisites: Be 10 years of age or older and complete the Diver’s Medical Questionnaire