Celebrate sharks with Prodivers Kuredu during Shark Week 2018.
No matter how experienced a diver is, a good buddy is as essential as the tank on their back!
Ribbon eels are fascinating creatures and quite rare in the Maldives but in Lhaviyani Atoll divers have a chance to find them at Nakolhu Giri where they have been resident for many years.
The Maldives enjoys an excellent safety record for recreational diving – partly due to the rule about the maximum diving depth.
Divers spend their entire dive observing life on the reef and some of the interactions between the creatures are both fascinating and curious. Find out about symbiotic relationships which can be seen on almost every dive.
Good buoyancy control is often considered to be the ‘holy grail’ of scuba diving; many struggle to perfect it and divers that have it look graceful and at ease in the water.
Join a snorkel boat trip to discover the amazing marine life on the incredible reefs of the Maldives, suitable for the whole family.
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?
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.
After passing the Instructor Examination with flying colours we asked the candidates what they enjoyed most during the course and what their plans are now they have their new qualifications.