Kuredu’s Snorkel Center
One of a kind!
Nothing beats spending time out on the ocean and exploring the beauty of coral reefs. You’ll be amazed by the different reef formations that are home to uncountable colourful fish, a huge variety of corals and other marine species that make reefs of the Maldives one of the most spectacular underwater environments on the planet. Kuredu Prodivers is one of the only dive centers in the Maldives that operates a dedicated Snorkel Center and our multilingual snorkel guides will be more than happy to guide you through the snorkelling adventures that await you on Kuredu.
A free introduction to one of the easiest, safest and most pleasant ways to explore the underwater world. You’re invited to take part in our information session, followed by a free snorkelling lesson. This session is recommended for all experience levels to learn about island specific safety issues as the surface sea conditions are sometimes deceiving.
Spend a full day out in the Lhaviyani Atoll and explore the beauty of the coral reefs. They’re home to colourful fish, a variety of corals and other marine species. The joy of snorkelling with manta rays is difficult to overstate, so keep your fingers crossed for an amazing, once in a lifetime encounter with these gracious creatures.
Our half day trips give you the opportunity to explore the reefs for a couple of hours by boat. Two sites are visited and the trips last approximately two and a half hours. There are plenty interesting places just a stone’s throw away from Kuredu. Our snorkel guides know them like the back of their hand and enjoy pointing out all those things that make them love their jobs!
If you are thinking of giving snorkelling a go this is the perfect way to begin. Our experienced guides will provide you with all the helpful tips you need to make the most of your snorkelling adventure. We’ll help you get comfortable with the equipment and show you the proper techniques.
Learn to feel totally at ease and relaxed under the water as you learn how to dive below the surface on a single breath of air. This introduction is suitable for beginners who wish to learn the basic techniques and theory of freediving and practice breath-hold diving with our experienced guides.