The Dive Centers
Seven centers, one philosophy!
Although Prodivers operates its scuba diving centers on seven separate islands in the Maldives, the main principles for each of the dive centers remain the same, ensuring that your diving and snorkelling experiences are as good as they can possibly be.
Each center is tailored to suit the specific guests that visit each of the islands, and hopefully this site will help you decide which of the dive bases will best meet your expectations.
Kuredu Island Resort is the home of Prodivers’ PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Center and is one of the largest and longest running diving and snorkelling operations in the Maldives; set amongst an array of enticing dive sites.
Hurawalhi is surrounded by some of the top dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll, including drop offs, beautiful protected and colourful reefs with dazzling fish and a large number of channels for those seeking bigger fish action.
Innahura Maldives Resort is located in the south-east of Lhaviyani Atoll. With a focus on carefree, easy living for those seeking sun, sea and sand, this unpretentious 3 Star resort is a beach and ocean lovers paradise.
Komandoo offers the best of what the Maldives has to offer. Countless drop offs, beautiful protected reefs full of life and colour and access to a large number of channels for those seeking bigger fish action.
Diving around Lily Beach offers a very good chance of encountering whale sharks and manta rays which are frequent visitors in season. Explore stunning reef formations covered with an abundance of amazingly colourful soft corals.
Diving at Kudadoo is tailored exclusively for you with the Prodivers Dive Butler Team. From taking your first breaths underwater or heading out for thrilling big fish encounters, your personal dive butler will be with you every fin kick of the way.
Jawakara is located in the south-east of Lhaviyani Atoll, surrounded by a large lagoon and beyond that lie reefs with an abundance of life. The top dive sites of the Lhaviyani Atoll, including drop-offs, channels with big fish action, and caves with dazzling schools of fish are all accessible by boat.