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Scuba and Snorkel Eco-Adventure

Join us for a fully immersive exploration of the waters of Biscayne National Park!

Quick Details

Duration: 6 hours

Start Time: 9:45 a.m.

Available Days: Every day

Age Limit: Ages 12 and older

• Person – $224
• Private Boat Trip up to 6 – $1,275

Provided: Open to Scuba certified visitors with previous experience, this is NOT an instructional scuba diving course.
• Certified guide provided and required unless you are advanced open water certified and have a logged dive within the last 6 months.
• Visitors must bring own scuba equipment
• We will provide weights and 2 tanks visitors must provide their own scuba equipment

This program is open to visitors with valid Scuba Certifications and previous diving experience. This is NOT an instructional scuba diving course.

See Keeping You Safe from COVID-19 Important information regarding new guidelines and procedures for our trips.

Private Trip

A fully immersive exploration of Biscayne National Park!

• Person – $224
• Private Boat Trip up to 6 – $1,275

Maximum of 6 people

A certified scuba naturalist will guide you in the water.

• Open to Scuba certified guests with previous experience, this is not an instructional scuba course.
• Guests must bring own scuba equipment
• We will provide weights and air filled tanks

Join us for a fully immersed exploration of the waters of Biscayne National Park on our powerboat. On a full day guided trip guided by an Institute Naturalist , with only 6 people, you scuba and snorkel multiple underwater sites of the National Park System’s largest marine park. You may explore a shipwreck on the Maritime Heritage Trail, watch the amazing diversity of life on the coral reef, or explore the soft corals and sponges in the mangroves. Where you go each day will be based on the day’s weather and your group’s special interests. Your guide will be a Captain on the Biscayne National Park Institute staff who will teach you about the different underwater habitats in the park and how they interact with each other along with history of the area.

You will board your boat and cross Biscayne Bay and get in the water on your morning Scuba and/or snorkel. Then you’ll stop for lunch ashore on a barrier island, (lunch not included). After lunch, you’ll start your afternoon Scuba/or snorkel and then return across the bay to the visitor center arriving at about 3:45 PM.

NOTE: Lunch is not included! Please bring your own lunch and snacks so you don’t go hungry on our full-day adventure!
• 2  tanks and weights

Not Provided
• Scuba and Snorkel Equipment
• Lunch



Fins are required to be worn by all participants while snorkeling as a safety precaution. Snorkel gear is available for rent for an additional cost and we have a limited supply for sale at the store. For the best fit, please bring your own gear if you have it. We have a library of relevant books on board that includes fish and invertebrate identification books. Our boats are rigged with shade, and there are also some areas where you can relax in the sun.

•Mask, snorkel, and fins are available for rent. The bundle is $10, fins alone are $4, and shorty wetsuits are $8.

•We recommend you bring your own snorkel gear, we do have limited items for sale at our store.

•You are required to bring your own scuba equipment. We do not rent or sell any scuba equipment on site.

•Spear guns and fishing equipment are not allowed on our trips.


Important Medical and Liability Release Information and Waivers for Diving/Snorkeling

No printing necessary. You can even complete the waivers on your phone! Adults over the age of 18 must complete and submit their own waiver. Minors ages 17 and younger must have a parent or legal guardian complete and submit a waiver on behalf of the minor. For diving/snorkeling activities there are separate waivers for adults and minors, please be sure you are completing the appropriate waiver. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. To complete the waiver process, you will need to confirm your email address through and email that will be sent by Smartwaiver.

Diving/snorkeling is an exciting and demanding activity. When performed correctly, applying correct techniques, it is relatively safe. However, there are certain medical conditions that increase risk. If you have a medical condition described on the Medical Statement or any other condition that would be contrary to safe participation in any in-water activities, you must provide documentation that you sought the advice of a physician prior to engaging in diving/snorkeling activities.

Physician Release

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