One of the great things about snorkelling is that there is minimal equipment, but it is important to get it right so that you can enjoy the incredible marine life.
Snorkelling and scuba diving are your key to spending time with mantas in the Maldives and if you’ve never tried either, it’s not too late!
Visit the Prodivers Maldives team at Boot Düsseldorf and FESPO Zurich in January and February 2023 – come and say hello!
Follow the guidelines set out by Manta Trust to ensure your interactions with mantas are responsible and sustainable.
Diving with scooters is a great way for divers to be able to dive in stronger currents, or cover greater distance during their time underwater. They are also great fun!
Divers staying at resorts across Lhaviyani Atoll will be familiar with the name ‘Fushivaru’ – an area made up of some incredible dive sites.
Give diving a try – no obligation to do a course, no classroom, just a couple of hours out of your day for a memory that will last forever!
Thinking of completing the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course? It opens up lots more diving possibilities and exciting new adventures!
Hurawalhi’s marine biologists are embarking upon some very exciting research leading from the incredible numbers of sharks seen nearby at KFFK.
Snorkelling is likely to be one of your best and most memorable holiday experiences – follow our tips on how to stay safe.