The Maldives, realize your diving dream!

Located under India, the 1 200 tiny little coral islands make every divers dream come true.
Due to its abundant marine life, various dive sites, clear warm waters and white sand beaches, the Maldives has become one of the world’s premier scuba diving destination.

Two great videos about scuba diving in the Maldives:

Whaleshark at night

Useful information:

Marine life: Manta rays, hammerheads, grey reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, eagle rays, turtles, frogfish, triggerfish, surgeonfish, jacks, trevallies, snappers, napoleon wrasse, barracudas… and many more!
Best diving: June to October and December to March
Reef and drift diving, very few wrecks.
Night dives are a must, observe predators on the prowl!
Water temperature: between 24°C (75°F) and 27°C (81°F) all year.
Visibility: between 15 and 40m
Useful links:
Dive Club: http://www.plongee-okmaldives.com/

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One Comment on “The Maldives, realize your diving dream!

  1. Hi Julie,
    How are you?
    I remember from your last posts that you were to have already left for Thailand.
    I can’t help my overpowering maternal instincts but when a little birdie told me you were going home for a week , I started to worry a bit.
    We were planning a trip to Belgium, so the fact that you would be there determined the dates. We arrive on the 1st june and leave 6th.
    I realize that you have your reasons and will be swamped with thousands of things to do and people to see , but if you have time for a coffee or a beer, I’d love to see you and your Mum.
    Lots of love
    Zeta

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