PADI Specialty of the Month October 2010; Night Diving
As the sun sets, you don your dive gear, slip on your mask and bite down on your regulator. A deep breath and you step off the boat – into the underwater night. Although you’ve seen this reef many times before, this time you drop into a whole new world and watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light.
Go night diving and see the underwater world in a whole new light – a dive light.
Cowrie shell at Sail Rock during a night dive
Hermit crab at Sail Rock during a night dive
Most of my night dives have been conducted at Chaweng Beach
, which is a great place for seeing some amazing stuff, how about; the most amount of crabs you may see during a dive including a decorator crab, a shell-less crab that just sticks stuff on itself in order to camouflage itself, this one even had cigarette butts on it's body, or how about a crab dining on a just about, barely a life scorpion fish, the crab was dining on it's gills, or how about puffer and boxer fish, blue spotted sting rays and plenty of more stuff.
At the end of a night dive at Chaweng Beach
I've done plenty of night dives in other locations, including Sail Rock, Similans
, Phi Phi, Dahab in the Red Sea and the Netherlands just to name a few and they all have been interesting and/or exciting.
Take up the challenge that is night diving and after your first experience you most likely keep craving for more!
This month of October 2010 has a 10% discount if you book the night Dive Specialty!
Labels: Chaweng Beach, Specialties, Training