No matter how experienced a diver is, a good buddy is as essential as the tank on their back!
The Maldives enjoys an excellent safety record for recreational diving – partly due to the rule about the maximum diving depth.
The luxury of Hurawalhi Maldives is mirrored by the diving experience – guests enjoy the ultimate in luxury ‘valet’ scuba diving.
Snorkelling in the Maldives is a must for anyone planning a visit, but what do you need to know before you go and snorkel with the fish and turtles?
The Manta Trust team have an exciting new project! They want to know if manta rays use reef habitats differently when divers/snorkelers are present, as well as deepen our understanding of how temporal scales affect manta activity.
World Turtle Day is a special day for the Prodivers teams in Lhaviyani Atoll, with a large resident population of turtles right on the doorstep it’s the perfect location for celebrating these amazing creatures.
Plastic in the ocean is bad news for marine life and human life – volunteers from Hurawalhi dive and snorkel for debris and Marine Biologist Kirsty, shares tips on reducing plastic useage.
The Lhaviyani Atoll is blessed with a huge variety of reef formations for divers to explore. Discover the underwater islands in part one of the Dive Site Topography series.
If you love sharks as much as we do you’ll be glad to know that every season is shark season in Lhaviyani Atoll – how many from Hurawalhi’s list have you spotted?
Try a new adventure this Easter with Kuredu, Komandoo, Lily Beach and Hurawalhi Prodivers teams, there are ‚eggciting’ activities planned for divers and snorkellers.