night snorkeling

Every Night Polhena Diving heads out to some of the best snorkeling in the south coast. Explore one of our amazing reefs or on our night adventure and see a side of ocean life that comes alive under the cloak of darkness.


Q: Why go snorkeling at night?
A: Because underwater life is just like Las Vegas, It comes alive at night.


Unique Creatures & Excitement

The big reason to go snorkeling at night is because you get to see many things that you can’t during the day. Plus it is just exciting.

Many creatures are out feeding at night that are not around during the day at all. Eels and octopus, lobsters and shrimp are all much more active at night.

Corals can be magnificent at night. Most of the time they are closed up during the day, and hardly resemble something alive. But at night they can transform into living animals, blooming out in stunning colors, feeding with their little tentacle bodies, like the Orange Cup Coral below. At night you may also see corals spawning, with a cloud-like release of eggs and sperm.


Look Around The Edges

When you are out snorkeling around in the dark it is easy to get focused on the little stuff right in front of you. But if you regularly pan your light around, looking out into deeper waters and farther away, you may catch sight of an Eagle Ray, or something else big, playing around the edges of your light. And don’t forget to sweep your light across a seemingly boring sandy area, where you might find an octopus ranging around on the hunt. They also love to hide in the ends of pipes, and other natural holes.




  • 1 Hour Snorkeling
  • Return to Dive Shop


All Guests Must Be At the Dive Store by 7:30 PM
Complimentary Transportation can Be Arranged  by Calling the Dive Store  (up to 5 km).


You will be back to the Dive Shop between 9:00-9:30 PM.
Complimentary Transportation back to your Hotel is Provided.(up to 5 km)


  • Snorkeling Gear (Mask, Snorkel, Fins,Torch)
  • Life Vest
  • Drinking Water , Beer
  • Fresh Water Wash Down
  • Complimentary Transportation

Convinced yet? Book your spot now.