Join us for a one-of-a-kind dive trip to the world famous Epcot’s Dive Quest.
Cost: $159.94 (normally $179)
All equipment for the dive experience is INCLUDED and its use is MANDATORY. You may NOT wear any of your own equipment, jewelry, hair ties, barrettes, etc.
Please bring a swim suit and, if you wish, bring your own dive mask (particularly if you have a prescription mask.)
You will wear Disney provided wetsuits and equipment during your dive.
Admission to the park prior to the dive event
NOTE: You DO NOT have to buy a ticket to Epcot if you do not want to go in the park before the dive.
Payments are non-refundable unless we cancel the trip, reschedule the trip, or we are able to fill your space.
You may purchase a video, shot by a DiveQuest team member, after the dive as a momento. This will be handled separately at your discretion.
Please call us at 813-708-TRIP (8747) with any questions.
All Guests must be SCUBA certified and at least 10 years of age to participate. Guests ages 10 to 14 require a SCUBA-certified adult to accompany them.
The experience lasts 3 hours and guests will spend approximately 40 minutes underwater in the massive Caribbean Coral Reef aquarium—which until 2005 was the largest saltwater tank in the world. Participants also get to see the massive backstage infrastructure required to filter and maintain a vast man-made ocean flourishing with life.
With its clear water and lack of currents, Epcot DiveQuest is an experience that both diving enthusiasts and Disney fans will never forget. Where else in the world can you swim with sharks and sea turtles while simultaneously waving to people enjoying a sit-down meal?
All the proceeds from Epcot’s "DiveQuest" are donated to the Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund, which promotes the survival of wildlife and wild places in all their beauty and diversity. The fund was established in 1995 to promote and enable global wildlife conservation through partnerships with qualified scientists, educators and organizations committed to preserving the earth’s biodiversity.