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As a PADI Dive Boat operator, Isla Nena Scuba provides serious dive education available in English, French, German and Spanish. We offer intimate scuba diving and snorkeling tours from the boat or the shore. Not certified ? Come and join us for a...more
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157 Calle M Nadal | Bo Leguillou, 00765, Puerto Rico
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I had a great time renewing my cpr/first responder course with Isla Nena and Tania! She’s very thorough, competent and I would highly recommend them for any certifications you’re after. Wouldn’t go anywhere else on VQS and I’ll be going back to finish my dive...More
Tania was a great instructor! I had a wonderful experience working with Isla Nena Scuba for my divemaster training. Tania and Arnaud were both very knowledgable and experienced divers which reassured me that I had made a great choice in choosing their company to complete...More
We had an AWESOME time diving with Tania. We did 2 dives - a daytime at the pier and the sunrise dive. STRONGLY recommend the sunrise dive - it was spectacular to watch the colors change and see all the wildlife wake up for the...More
My girlfriend and I had the pleasure of completing our PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification with Tania at Isla Nena Scuba. The underwater navigation was a great learning experience, and the night dive and deep dive (off a boat) excellent. Among others, we saw...More
My girlfriend and I had a really positive experience with Isla Nena. She came down with a cold prior to the dive and we were able to push back the scheduled dive a few days. Tania was a great communicator and I felt we were...More
This was our first dive and we had an amazing experience with Isla Nena. They have provided us the best equipment for both Snorkeling and Scuba Diving. Tania was amazing. From the time she picked us from the airport till she was very patient and...More
We did the most amazing "Sunrise Dive". I know, I had never heard of it before either. Basically you go in the water at 4:30am. So it's a night dive that turns into dawn, as you swim around these monumental pillars that make up the...More
We were fortunate to get a last minute dive date with Arnaud. He provided high quality, immaculately maintained rental equipment - top notch weight integrated BCDs and the best wetsuit I have have ever worn - at an excellent price. Arnaud gave us such amazing...More
You can take an Uber, a taxi or a rental car to Fajardo or Ceiba, from where you can take a ferry or fly, respectively. Air Flamenco and Vieques Airlink both offer the service from Ceiba. They also fly to Vieques from both... More
You can take an Uber, a taxi or a rental car to Fajardo or Ceiba, from where you can take a ferry or fly, respectively. Air Flamenco and Vieques Airlink both offer the service from Ceiba. They also fly to Vieques from both San Juan airports. From San Juan International you can also fly with Cape Air.
If you use a rental car you can either drop it off at the ferry or airport. Most agencies charge a one-way fee for that service. You can also park the car for a small daily fee at either location.
Most agencies do not allow for the car to be taken on the ferry, which at any rate is difficult to do without an advance reservation, which you can only make in person.
Certification consists of a theoretical part, which can be done online before coming here, and four in-water days. The first two of those--confined water--can also be done before coming here. Many city-based dive centers... More
Certification consists of a theoretical part, which can be done online before coming here, and four in-water days. The first two of those--confined water--can also be done before coming here. Many city-based dive centers offer this as weekend or series of evening classes in a pool. The following two days are Open Water dives, which we do here at locations interesting to experienced divers as well.
If you only have one day to dive in Puerto Rico, I would recommend Mosquito Pier, right here in Vieques, which incidentally is one of the spots where we do entry-level open water dives. It is a remarkable site with a variety and concentration of wildlife rarely found.
The bio bays are shallow, muddy and protected. So no, no diving in those.
To make a booking, please contact us via the email listed on our tripadvisor page. (Sorry, tripadvisor's silly rules won't let me post it here.)