If you are looking for a new exciting and thrilling activity to try and you like SCUBA diving, then you should try a night dive at La Jolla Shores. Night diving is something all divers should try. Some of the most interesting marine life only comes out a night. Many divers, afraid of what might be lurking beyond the beam of their dive light, are hesitant to go down into dark waters. However, just a bit of mental adjustment, preparation and proper dive equipment can make night driving an incredibly rewarding activity. In fact, some divers enjoy the tranquility of diving in darkness and the slower pace of a night dive so much that it becomes their favorite type of diving.
It is an amazing and mysterious experience. The marine life that comes out at La Jolla Shores after the sky goes dark is astounding. Once you descend into the water at night and discover a whole new world, you will definitely want more.
Night diving is unique because even the areas you are familiar with will looks different at night. When you dive during the day, you normally scan the entire dive site looking at your surroundings. At night, you see only the area of the dive site that is lit by your light. This forces you to slow down and concentrate on that one area.
Do you think night diving is scary? It can be intimidating for a new or experienced divers, but there is really nothing quite like it. As you start your night dive, you may wonder what you are getting yourself into but that is exactly what should get you excited. That kind of dives are always full of surprises and you don’t know what to expect.
La Jolla Shore will present you with a completely new experience. Night diving definitely changes the way we see the marine life. The night marine world is captivating and feels and looks mysterious. The calmness and the experience you get during the night diving cannot be compared with any other form of scuba diving, it is completely different. We will help you to dive slowly at night and you will find it thrilling and relaxing at the same time. A lot of the marine animals are asleep during the day and come out only at night. Different types of fish can be seen sleeping in small holes. Many different shrimp, lobsters and crabs will show up at night as well. You can see horn sharks, guitar fishes and halibuts. There is a remarkable chance that you will discover a new and exciting marine animals while diving at night.
Call (858) 397-8213 to reserve or book online at https://sandiegoscubaguide.appointy.com