Cliff Divers at NIGHT or DAY?

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Mexican Riviera
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#1
Waukesha, WI United States
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Joined Mar 2004
I noticed there are performances by the cliff divers at night and during the day. Which do you think would be best? I'm a little worried about not being able to get a good picture or even see them well at night.....
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toronto
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Joined Dec 2005
i have seen both shows and i feel you have a much better view in the day time. the show we saw in the evening the last diver did the dive with torches it was impressive but i still prefer the day time show better.
#3
Chicago
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Joined Mar 2006
I, too, think the daytime shows are better, for both general viewing and picture-taking purposes.
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