Florida Springs Diving

The clear and inviting springs remain a constant 72 degrees year round and are a playground for swimmers, snorkelers, tubers, and divers alike. Florida Springs may be known for its impressive network of underwater caves, open to properly certified cave divers, beginners need not be afraid of this fantastic scuba destination.

Florida Springs Trip INFORMATION

This is a good scuba training trip for completing an Open Water Diver Course, as well as for
working toward Advance Open Water Diver, Nitrox, or Night Diving
certifications. It is also a good trip to simply brush-up on your diving skills. We leave Thursday
night on the bus for Spring diving on Friday morning. Here we can complete three open water
dives in the springs. Then we leave for the overnight drive to Key Largo for two-tank boat diving
on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Hotel accommodation on Saturday in Key Largo is included.
We will return home late Sunday night.
Covid Safety Guidelines:
Masks are required for all indoor activities, as well as for boat ride. Please don’t participate if
you’re running a fever or are sick. Refund is available.
Bus air conditioners have upgraded filters and the entire bus will be sanitized using an ozone
process. Hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and extra masks will be available on the bus.
What is Included:
Diving and boat fees
Lunch in the Springs
Hotel in Key Largo
Air Fills
What is not included:
Price per person:
$910 for certified diver with a family-member sharing hotel accommodations
$1010 for single occupancy
$960 for student diver working on certification with a family-member sharing
$1060 for single occupancy
October Special: 10% discount for those that have purchased mask, fins, and snorkel from D3 in
the past 6 months.

Florida Springs Dive Trip Gallery!

“the world’s favorite freshwater dive.” It’s no exaggeration. Over the years, thousands of divers from around the world have marveled at Florida Springs’ crystal-clear water and startling natural beauty.