Have you asked yourself what goes on underwater after dark? The life on the reef varies as the sun sets, a lot of the fish noticed in the daytime vanish and a brand new set of organisms show up. A few varieties are nocturnal allowing it to only be viewed at nighttime, and some creatures you might notice during the day show distinct habits like searching and eating. Seeing the underwater at night is almost a whole new type of scuba diving.
Night diving is a terrific way to seize a dive site you recognize and view it in a totally different way. Making use of a dive light will oblige you to slow down and cautiously see small areas of the reef and all the creatures within. You can never tell what you could find at night.
Night diving encounters will differ based on where you are diving but little shrimps and crabs are nearly an assurance, as they appear from their daylight hideouts allowing it to be seen strolling across the fine sand or even out atop a coral.