Marine biologists at Prodivers Hurawalhi plan to assess the reef shark population of Lhaviyani Atoll to see if it is the largest in the Maldives.
If you’re looking for new diving challenges in 2021, try the suggestions below to improve, seek thrills or just for fun!
Let us help you make 2021 the start of amazing things to come – to visit the Maldives and not venture underwater is to miss the very best of what it has to offer.
The Maldives is the place to be for bucket lists of ‘must-see’ marine creatures – get ready to tick off sharks, mantas, turtles and more.
The choice of diving and snorkelling activities available is vast so here are our top 3 activities for experiencing the best of the Maldives underwater.
The latest additions to the Marine Protected Areas are Anemone Thila and the reefs and channel surrounding Vavvaru – both great dive sites!
Dive at any of the Prodivers dive centers as a repeat guest and enjoy a generous discount – the more you visit, the more you save!
Snorkelling at Komandoo is your chance to come face to face with inquisitive turtles, graceful rays and fish of every colour imaginable, total beginners welcome.
After months of waiting, we were very happy to welcome divers back into the ocean again, it seems the sharks were happy to see us too!
Clean Up the World 2020 saw Prodivers join forces with the resort teams to clean beaches and reefs in the Maldives.