- $130 for a three-hour, two-location hookah dive and snorkel session for two people ($260 value)
The huka dive requires no special certification, and kids as young as 8 years old are welcome to participate. A licensed scuba instructor leads the dive, which takes place at two different dive sites in Marathon’s Reef System. All equipment is provided. Participants experience approximately 35 minutes of dive time and about an hour and a half to snorkel the reefs.
Keys Huka Dive
Master Scuba diving trainer Captain Jerry Williams knows a bit about navigating open water—he's a US Coast Guard captain. He taps into his nautical experience at Keys Huka Dive, where he leads classes ranging from basic open water scuba diving to dive master classes. During sessions, Captain Williams and his staff teach everything from the basics to specialties such as digital underwater photography that doesn't require an underwater darkroom. They also helm hookah dives, which are a combination of snorkeling and scuba diving, as well as snorkeling trips that explore wildlife and reefs.