We are open and diving every day! You can book your diving online, or call us for availability. We want to make sure we have boat space and staff available.
Our staff numbers are reduced, so if you are considering taking a course or hiring a private guide, we recommend booking early to make sure we can accommodate your wishes.
This might also be a good time to consider a private boat charter, available for $1600.00 for 8 hours. Just you and your family and friends! The price includes up to 4 divers. Additional divers may join you at $200@. ($2,200.00 per day during the Christmas and New Years Holidays.) 12% tax will be added to all charges.
If you are on the island, you can call the shop at 1-649-946-5040. If you are planning ahead, please call our US reservations office at 1-800-234-7768. If you get the answering machine, please leave your phone number and we will call you back. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com. We are checking emails regularly.
The shop is open daily, but just because we aren’t meeting here before diving, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stop in! We would love to see you, so stop by to say hello, get your logbook stamped, and buy a souvenir as a reminder of this unusual vacation!
We are happy to accept your reservation with the understanding that they are made in good faith. We are working with reduced diver capacity and staff numbers. If you are unable to come to the island, we will refund your reservation.
If you get sick and can not dive whilst on vacation, your trip insurance, which is mandatory as a requirement for entry into Provo, should cover any financial losses.
If you just change your mind, we will do our best to accommodate changes. But please know we will not be able to refund the remainder of your booking.
Dive Provo Safe Practices & Protocols
Listed below are some of the measures we are currently taking for the safety of all. Please note that while the protocols take into account current WHO, DAN, and TCI Government guidelines, they are living documents that need to be updated as new information becomes available about COVID-19.
Use of face masks (face and nose coverings) and social distancing:
- Face masks must be worn inside the shop and people are expected to maintain six feet of social distancing.
- Hand sanitizer is available at the doors and on the counter and people are encouraged to use it.
- On the boats face masks are required while exiting and entering the marina, but once underway and people are able to spread about the boat, masks can be removed while out in the fresh air.
- Face masks must be used when using the head.
- Due to COVID restrictions, we can no longer offer complimentary transfers in our buses to the boats. With heightened awareness of mixing with strangers, many people are opting to rent vehicles for their stay on the island, and are meeting us each day at the dock. We have also contracted with a local taxi driver to provide transfers for us in his approved vehicle for $15.00 round trip per person. This is much cheaper than organizing a taxi yourself and you can either pre-book the transfers or decide once you are here. We encourage car rentals or individual transportation to and from resorts, the dive shop, and dive boats for safety reasons.
- Please visit our Transportation page for more information.
- The maximum number of people per boat has been reduced to 10 divers.
- Heads are cleaned after each trip normally with disinfectant.
- Hand sanitizer is available in the head.
- There will be no communal rinse buckets on the boat.
- At the end of each day, high traffic areas are wiped with a bleach solution followed by the normal boat rinsing.
- Foodservice on the boats has also changed. We encourage people to bring their own, however, we will still be providing pre-wrapped granola bars and for longer trips a sandwich (clingfilmed).
- Regulators and masks will be soaked in a bleach solution, then rinsed with fresh water.
- Dive Provo sells a good selection of masks and snorkels in their shop should you prefer to use your own.
- BCD’s and Wetsuits will be washed with a mild bleach dilution followed by a thorough rinse.