Night Diving in Dibba Al Fujairah


DIBBA AL FUJAIRAH NIGHT DIVE | 350AED with Open Water Certification | 250AED with Advanced Open Water Diver Certification or higher

Trip Duration: 2 hours
Schedule: 6:30PM (Friday)
Location: Mirage Bab Al Bahr Resort & Tower Al Faqeet - Suwayfah - Fujairah
Diving Gear Rental (optional extra): 50AED
Underwater Photos (optional extra): 50AED
Flashlight Rental (optional extra): 25AED
Morning and Afternoon Private Transportation: Good for 5 pax, no sharing trip transportation in the afternoon (optional extra): 700AED/person

Trip Includes:
Unlimited soft drinks & water
Tanks & weights
Professional certified instructor
Excellent sound system

Dibba Al Fujairah Night Dive Overview

There’s an undeniable thrill about descending below the surface of the sea at night. Even if you have explored a site repeatedly in the past, diving in the same location just when the light fades and your surroundings get covered in darkness is a whole new experience.

The Fujairah night diving trip begins at 6:30PM with a boat ride into the sunset where you’ll get to witness the sky change into vivid colors as the night sets in. Twilight is an ideal time to slowly descend in the waters so you could observe the amazing shift take place as daytime creatures bid good night and nocturnal animals wake up from their slumber to reclaim their territory.

Ready to embark on a night diving adventure? Book with us now to secure your place on the trip. After finalizing your online booking, one of our instructors will get in touch with you to inform you of the diving location details.


Dibba Al Fujairah night dive pre-requisites

You need an Open Water Certification or Advanced Open Water Certification or higher with last logged dive before 6 months for the trip. If you can comply with these requirements and you’re in good physical health, then you’re all set.

What to bring with you

  • Valid original passport or Emirates ID
  • Comfortable swimming attire and footwear
  • Extra set of clothes
  • Towel

Dive spots and what you can expect to see

The Fujairah artificial reef is known for its concrete reef balls with holes on the top and sides, with some weighing as much as two tons. These man-made reef spheres have been instrumental in helping the coral reefs grow and lure back different species of fish including bannerfish, pufferfish, emperor angelfish, lionfish, broomtail wrasse, lionfish, and shoals of yellowtail. There is also possible sightings of stingrays, squid, cuttlefish, and barracuda.

Dibba Rock, on the other hand, is a protected marine reserve which is ideal for all advanced divers as the dive site has visibility ranging anywhere from 5 to 20 meters and depths varying from 4 to 16 meters depending on the tide. It’s a great site for night diving because it’s easy to navigate and has an interesting marine life. Get a chance to see rays cruising in the waters and sharks actively hunting for food. You might also spot a cuttlefish and an octopus chasing prey but be a little more observant because they might be on camouflage mode. Watch out for lobsters too as they come out of their hiding places.

Another neat thing about diving in Dibba Al Fujairah at night is witnessing the underwater glow in the dark nature show. If you’re lucky, you might witness the phosphorescence appearance of bioluminescent plankton that magically glimmers like fireflies in the water.

Things you should know

  • The boat can carry up to 12 participants plus two of our divemasters.
  • You may enjoy snorkeling in between dives.
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