Lhaviyani Atoll is perfect for exploring the corners and channels where the atoll meets the open ocean and anything is possible!
Gone are the days of textbooks and paper based quizzes – things have evolved in the world of dive education and we are pleased to offer a more environmentally friendly experience.
By adopting a sea turtle, either for yourself or as a gift, you will help the Olive Ridley Project rescue and rehabilitate more turtles.
At Prodivers we operate a ‘look but don’t touch’ policy and aim to make our underwater excursions sustainable and respectful of the coral reefs and creatures that reside there.
If you’re planning on diving with us again soon, remember to check the medical declaration before you arrive – available on our online diver check in.
Dive really slowly along the reefs in Lhaviyani Atoll and you’ll be rewarded with many weird and wonderful critters.
Morays are regular sightings on the reefs of the Maldives, they often feature amongst our divers’ and snorkellers’ holiday snaps.
Go in search of the beautiful nudibranchs hiding on our reefs here in the Maldives – they make the perfect subjects for underwater photography.
Bubbles are always a hit with children and if they are aged 8+ they can enjoy an adventure they will never forget as they try diving in the lagoon amongst fish and maybe even turtles.
Some of the Maldives’ most dramatic dive sites are the drop-offs that plunge into the depths, come and explore them with Prodivers!