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!
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!
There’s a very easy way to ensure your dive doesn’t impact on the reef and it’s inhabitants in a negative way – achieving good buoyancy control.
The Maldives is renowned as being one of the best places in the world for snorkelling and for good reason too – the water is warm and clear, there are a huge variety of reefs to visit and there is lots to see.
Prodivers offers pre-booked groups of 10 or more divers a generous discount, their own private boat and a dedicated guide too!
Divers at Lily Beach and Vakarufalhi are within easy reach the South Ari Marine Protected Area (SAMPA), a global hotspot for whale shark aggregation.
Find out how Tiff landed the dream job as a Marine Biologist here in the Maldives…
Perhaps you’ve tried snorkelling and have had a glimpse of the incredible Maldives’ reefs? Pluck up the courage to take the next step and dive amongst the marine life rather than observing from above.