Prices: 75 USD Without Equipment / 95 USD with Equipment
The underwater world changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge. If you’ve wondered what happens when the sun goes down, join us for a night dive.
The thought of dipping below the surface at night seems mysterious, yet so alluring. Although you may have been scuba diving at a site many times before, at night you drop into a whole new world as you watch it come to life under the glow of your dive light. The scene changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge.
In Marie Pampoen you’ll see typical Caribbean life like hard and soft corals, snapper, angelfish, grunts, parrot fish, and eels. Also the coral outplant from Coral Restoration Scubaçao project.
Marie Pampoen, is a small sandy local beach with lots of fishing boats and lots of character. It is one of the best dive and snorkel sites on Curacao. Easy entry, huge variety of corals, sponges and lots of marine life. A huge, beautiful, lively, healthy reef filled with lots of macro and huge variety of corals and marine life. Excellent night dive spot also.
Tugboat is Curacao’s most famous dive and snorkel spot due to its shallow depth. It was wrecked just off the shore of Caracasbaai and sits in only 15 feet of water. The tugboat is crawling with marine life and is now covered in sponges and coral growth.
This famous Curaçao Tugboat wreck is located next to Directors Bay.
Car Pile is known for its car wrecks. The cars were dumped here in the sixties and can be found to a depth of 12 mts. till 50 meters. There are complete car wrecks, but also all kinds of car parts such as doors and tires. Around 20 meters you will also find construction waste.
It is a perfect dive for Advanced divers or people who want to learn how to do a deep dive.
The entire Curaçao is a spectacular destination for dive sites as it is the home to warm waters, biodiverse reefs, and vibrant island life.
The Island is located in the southern Caribbean and is part of the group of Antilles known as the ABCs. The other two islands in this collection include Aruba on the West and Bonaire on the east