Night Diver

Curso PADI Buceo Nocturno en Tenerife

Do you think you’ve seen all there is to see at your local dive spots? Try checking them out at night. You’re going to find that dive sites don’t really show you everything they have until you explore them when the sun goes down. A plain sandy bottom by day can go from barren to teeming with life after dark.

If you haven’t been diving at night, it’s common to have a little trepidation at the prospect, but once you’ve done it, you’ll be entering a whole new kind of underwater experience. The ocean is like a factory that runs 24/7. When the moon comes up it means it’s time for the second shift to take over.

Taking the PADI Night Diver Course you will don your gear and get into the water at the time when most divers are getting out. You will learn how to safely plan and approach a night dive and, with an instructor to guide you past those first jitters, you’ll complete your first open water night adventures. Don’t be afraid of the dark.


  • PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver
  • Minimum Age: 12 years old


You'll learn night dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You'll also learn how to control your buoyancy, navigate and communicate at night. Since many of the plants and animals you'll see are different, you'll also get an introduction to nocturnal aquatic life.


  • PADI Night Diver Manual
  • Open Water Dives: 3
  • Certification Card
  • Scuba rentals
  • Dive light, and backup light, Compass
  • Maker light for identification


Please note there are regulations about flying or going to altitude after diving. Currently the rules state that for a single no decompression dive, you should not fly/go to altitude for at least 12 hours. For multiple dives you should not fly/go to altitude for at least 18 hours. Blue Bottom Diving recommends waiting a minimum 24 hours whenever possible. Altitude is 300m/1000ft above sea level. This includes going to the Teide, so be careful when you are booking tours to follow your dive course. Under normal circumstances, you should be out of the water on your last dive at 15pm (midday), this should help with organizing any travel plans you have after your dive trip with us.