High on the wish-list for scuba divers in the Maldives are sharks and there is a very high chance of spotting them…
The Maldives offers amazing opportunities for educational, action-packed and fun-filled trips full of marine adventures for the whole family.
Scuba divers and snorkellers can fulfil their bucket-list dreams with manta ray sightings throughout the year!
Follow in Sylvia Earle’s footesteps, dive into the ocean and let the world know they need to protect it!
Check out the reopening dates of your favourite Maldives diving resorts – we are getting ready to welcome you back soon!
World Oceans Day seeks to highlight the issues facing 70% of the Earth’s surface. The mission for 2020 is to gain protected status for 30% of the World’s oceans by 2030. With just 5% currently enjoying protected status, there’s a long way to go.
World Environment Day is marked annually on 5th June and the theme for 2020 is ‘Biodiversity’. Let’s celebrate with some trivia facts from our own backyard!
A world-renowned sea turtle hotspot, the reefs of Lhaviyani Atoll in the Maldives are the place to be if you want to snorkel or dive with them.
The beauty of snorkelling is that there is minimal equipment but it is important to get it right so that you can enjoy the incredible marine life.
If you’re planning a holiday in the Maldives make sure you put learning to scuba dive at the top of your list – it’s one of the top destinations in the world for diving and the marine encounters are incredible…and you can start learning while still at home!