I took my sister and brother-in-law on their first night dive. It was spectacular! We saw a Spanish dancer, crabs, several varieties of lobster, the ever present green sea turtles, and several large free swimming eels. At one point my sister looked up and a turtle was only a couple of inches away from her mask, but she managed to keep her regulator in her mouth while she let out a scream. We swam out into the sand and turned off the lights and enjoyed the moonlight and the bioluminescent plankton. The spiny lobster looks like it is wearing jewelry when it comes out at night. This is a shallow dive so take your time. If you just stop and watch, things start moving.