The last few weeks have been magical – the reefs and cleaning stations around Lily Beach have been crowded with magnificent mantas and many unforgettable hours whave been spent diving with them.
The Maldives enjoys an excellent safety record for recreational diving – partly due to the rule about the maximum diving depth.
Divers at Lily Beach celebrated World Oceans Day with a tour of the reef and had lots of little surprises including a frogfish and beautiful nudibranches.
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?
April saw a lot of familiar faces returning to Lily Beach for their diving holiday, many of them families, choosing to come back for more fun in South Ari Atoll.
Earth Day 2018 was dedicated to raising awareness of plastic poillution and Prodivers Lily Beach Maldives celebrated with a clean up dive at one of the reefs
Try a new adventure this Easter with Kuredu, Komandoo, Lily Beach and Hurawalhi Prodivers teams, there are ‚eggciting’ activities planned for divers and snorkellers.
The annual Lily Beach Maldives football tournament was a huge success, the Prodivers/Transport Team won the trophy, presented by diving repeater guests.
Prodivers will be at the EUDI Dive Show in Bologna, Italy this coming weekend and would love to see you. The show is open from 2nd until 4th March 2018 and Antonio from Vakarufalhi will be on stand A29.
Last month, the team at Lily Beach welcomed repeater guests, Trudi and Robin from the UK, back to Prodivers for the 10th time to enjoy yet more scuba diving adventures.