• Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives
  • Diving in Maldives

Diving in Maldives

The Maldives is dotted with some of the worlds best dive locations. Lush with soft and hard coral life and abundant in fish life; the Maldivian coral gardens go unmatched. If it is to be in the presence of magnificent beasts of a Whale Shark or to watch the gliding flybys of Manta Rays, or the feeding frenzy of Black tip Sharks or the gentle, floating aged turtles that you wish to see; it can be seen in the Maldives.
Though you are on a drift or a cave dive you will never be disappointed. Reef life is prolific with the species of marine life estimated to be in their tens of thousands. Frogfish, leaf fish, ghost pipefish and a multitude of nudibranchs abundantly found in our waters. From gentle giants to the tiny flatworms, Maldives has it all. More than a hundred dive sites and a lot more to be discovered, Maldives boasts the uniqueness of balanced temperate climate and clear waters almost all throughout the year.
The marine life of the Maldives is among the richest in the world and it is a privilege to dip into the ocean to observe the wonderful creatures that live there. Here you can learn the niche of the creatures living underwater, from microscopic planktons to whalesharks
Different dive sites show you different and beautiful sceneries. Most dive sites in the Maldives can be grouped according to the geological formation of the reef and are either Channels, Farus, Thilas or Giris.

Popular Maldives Scuba Diving Sites

Visiting the Maldives without getting your hair wet means missing the best part of it - after all, these atolls are known as one of the best diving destinations in the world. Why are so many divers hooked on this little piece of paradise? When you experience the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean, its colorful underwater world, mind-boggling variety of fish and some of the spectacular wall and drift dives, it all makes sense instantly. From whale sharks to manta rays, moray eels to white tip reef sharks; you can have face-to-face encounters with the most magnificent marine creatures.