Eye-to-Eye Shark Dives
Experience the thrill of getting up close to more than a dozen massive sharks while learning about their biology and how we can protect them in the wild. Hovering nurse sharks. Gliding sand tiger and sandbar sharks. Black tip reef sharks and silvery crevalle jack – all just feet away in the South Pacific Aquarium’s Outer Reef habitat.
What You'll Experience
Ages: 8 and up. No experience necessary. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult, who will require Zoo admission.
Gear: All gear is supplied. Prescription masks available. No personal cameras, please. We take GoPro video of you doing your dive and give it to you afterwards on a flash drive – $30 value!
Wear: Comfortable clothing, and bring warm layers. The drysuit will go right over these. It’s unlikely you’ll get damp but bring a change of clothes just in case.
Length: 60 mins, maximum 4 participants per dive.
Cost: $210 Zoo member household/$255 non-member household (Flat rate: One household per dive with up to 4 participants who do not need to stay socially distanced). This includes Zoo admission – up to $80 value!
Requirements: Must be in good health and complete a medical questionnaire. Pregnant visitors may not dive. Maximum weight 275 lb.
Read the Shark Dive FAQ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Before you dive
First – Go to the Covid-19 Dive FAQ page and complete the pre-screening questions! (Do not come if you answer “yes” to any, or feel unwell.)
Then – Fill out these forms and bring them to your dive.
If you need special assistance, please fill out the special assistance form and send it to us as soon as possible beforehand.
Minor Participation Agreement (for minors age 17 and under)
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