Night Diving: Night diving is practised all year round in Mauritius. The darkness allows you to focus on the unique marine life that comes after sunset and differ from those during the day. The divers use torches to see and communicate with each other.
Wreck Diving: Wreck diving involves exploring the wreckage of ships, aircraft and other artificial structures. These structures provide a habitat for sea creatures. These sites also offer an exciting history for all the divers, who are looking for a rich experience on their journey to explore the wilderness of the water.
Deep Diving: Deep diving is underwater diving to a depth beyond the norm accepted by the associated community. It is ideal for exploring coral reefs and wrecks of the diving site.
The cost of this adventure sport varies, it depends on the centre you choose and what kind of dive you want to opt for and how many dives you wish to take.
One recreational dive will cost ₹3,582
Introductory dive (with a private instructor down to 6 m) will cost ₹5,096
Night Dive (on demand) - Diving lamps not included will cost ₹5,096
Best time to Scuba Dive in Mauritius
Mauritius is open all year round for diving holidays, but the time from November to March is considered to be the best time for diving. During this season, warm water attracts marine life in abundance. You can catch a glimpse of some exotic fishes such as the parrot fish, angelfish and clown-fish. The place attracts tourists from all over the world during this period.