Diving & Snorkeling
The Florida Keys are world famous for our crystal-clear waters, our living coral reef (the only one in the continental U.S.) and the many shipwrecks and artificial reefs. Whether you Scuba or snorkel, a visit to the Keys is not complete without "getting your face wet"! Not a water person? Take a peek at our underwater beauty by taking a trip on one of the glass bottom boat tours!
|KEY LARGO SNORKELING
Key Largo is the "Dive Capital of the World". One of the best sites is literally at our doorstep, Molasses Reef. It’s great for snorkelers and divers alike as the reef touches the surface in places and slopes down to a depth of about fifty-five feet. The gulf stream provides for some of the best visibility in the area. The population of reef creatures is always changing, and includes frequent visits by many different pelagic species.
At Dive In, we run daily Snorkel and Dive Trips to all of the reefs and wrecks in John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park and the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary. No Crowds Here! Our luxurious 30 foot Power Catamaran takes a maximum of 6 passengers at a time which ensures you receive very personalized service. Since we are directly on the open ocean and due to our proximity to the best sites, you enjoy more time in the water and less time traveling.
Snorkel Trips are $45.00/person which includes your mask, snorkel, fins & wetsuit
Dive Trips are $75.00/person which includes air tanks and weights
Not a certified Diver? No Problem. We offer full PADI certification courses as well the 1 day Discover Scuba Diving. Visit our Scuba Instruction page for more details.
Key Largo Snorkeling
|At Keys Diver we offer snorkel only tours and these trips are geared for the skin divers, from the novice snorkeler to the experienced scuba diver. On these tours you may find parents who have been scuba diving for years introducing their young children to the wonders of the sea. In the process they re-discover what got them interested in diving in the first place. The thrill and freedom of floating over a living coral garden with only mask, fins and snorkel and safety vest is hard to top.
|99696 Overseas Highway, Unit 1 Key Largo, Fl 33037