NAUI is an American School, equivalent to Padi. Is a worldwide known certification.
National Association of Underwater Instructors.
- Introductory dives (for beginners)
- Passport Scuba Diver
- Scuba Diver Open Water
- Advanced Scuba Diver
- Rescue Diver
- Dive Master
Languages spoken : English, French and Italian
Rates in Euros and per person, up to the 31/12/2018
|PACKAGE||TANKS & WEIGHTS||FULL EQUIPMENT|
|1 dive||35,00 €||45,00 €|
|2 dives||62,00 €||72,00 €|
|4 dives||120,00 €||140,00 €|
|6 dives||174,00 €||198,00 €|
|8 dives||228,00 €||258,00 €|
|10 dives||280,00 €||310,00 €|
Try dive 50€
for beginners, from 8 years old, discovery of the underwater world, maximum depth 5m.
Passport Scuba Diver 90€
2 dives in the morning, practicing some skills, maximum depth 12m. A NAUI Certification, valid 1 year, recognized worldwide.
Banc du “Chameau“: A fabulous spot. Plateau between 13 et 25m of depth. Great variety of fish and corals. Huge school of kingfish, barracuda, and fusiliers will follow you during the dive. The sedentary rock codes can be observed from very close. Pelagic, turtles, eagle rays, etc.
The Private Bank: An astonish landscape, exiting encounters, … only for the privileged…!
Ankora: looking for macro? you are at the right place: nudibranches, flat worms, shells, shrimps…but if you look up, schools of fusiliers are fighting against king-fish and tuna. A rich and shallow dive.
Fesundrakua: which means whale in Malagasy; during season (August – November) the humpback whales often cross our way. A beautiful untouched reef between 10 and 25m. Barracuda, king-fish, tuna, king mackerel, rock codes and sometimes eagle rays and manta rays, without forgetting all the tropical fish as clown fish, trigger fish, unicorn fish, parrot fish, Dorado, etc.
Nosy-Tanikely: Marine Park since 2010. One of the Jewel of the Indian Ocean! Very interesting dives on each side of the island. In shallow waters we can observe all the fauna and flora presents in Nosy Be: turtles, rock codes, clown fish, trigger fish, lion fish, crocodile fish, moray eels, leave fish, frog fish, ghost pipe fish, nudibranches, etc.