Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Dive Trip Report

What’s it like to dive the Maldives? We’ve been getting lots of reviews, and frankly, they’ve all been raves.  There’s a reason why a Maldives Scuba Vacation is considered the experience of a lifetime for divers of all experience levels.

Why Dive The Maldives

The waters surrounding the Maldives Islands present a truly unique marine environment. There are hundreds of islands in the Maldives, and the chain is surrounded by thousands of small coral reefs and coral gardens.  The rich waters beyond the coral reefs are a prime feeding ground for manta rays and other large sea life. On shore, you’ll find white sand beaches, beautiful countryside, and friendly people who are happy to see you.

When you dive the Maldives, you share the waters with an amazing bounty of unique sea life. The coral reefs are teeming with life. There are amazing species of coral and sponges, some found nowhere else in the world.  The manta and eagle rays are a favorite of many divers, and who doesn’t love sharing the sea with the mammoth marvel, the whale shark?

The coral is vibrant and breathtaking at every turn. Photographers love to dive the Maldives, as it is almost impossible to get a bad picture. No matter which way you point your lens, there’s going to be something to see!

Drift diving in the Maldives is an exhilarating thrill, and a way to experience the world’s waters totally unlike anything else you’ve ever experienced. Feel the power of the ocean and understand the majesty of this planet in a whole new way. Maldives scuba is truly magical.

Maldives Islands Dive Trip

Maldives scuba is a life-changing experience. To make the most of your trip, you’ll want to choose a live-aboard dive boat.  We’ve found that Maldives live aboard diving just gets better every year. The Maldives Princess and the Ark Royal combine luxury accommodations with access to some of the best diving sites in the South Asia seas.  You will come back from your trip feeling rejuvenated, refreshed, and exhilarated by the experience of diving in these pristine, beautiful waters.

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