Maldives, a familiar place everyone knows. It is famous for its endless white sand beaches, crystal clear water, abundance of coral reefs and great diversity of marine life. It is said to be the Paradise for divers!
Diving in Maldives are good all year round. Visibility is ranged between 20 to 40m, it drops slightly during the raining season, between May to August. Current can be strong, depending on the tide and individual dive site. To dive in Maldives, the best option is Liveaboard. As this could be cheaper than some of the diving packages offered by the local resorts or dive centers. Another advantage of Liveaboard is that you get to visit the surrounding islands, relax and chill on the boat. Basically, EAT-DIVE-SLEEP-REPEAT!!
Amazing Dive has just came back from a recent Dive Maldives trip on board MV Sachika. Guess what they have encountered? They spotted whale sharks, manta rays and a large rare guitar shark. You can do different kind of dives in Maldives, from macro dives, wall dives, wreck dives, deep dives, drift dives to night dives.
Lets look at some of the photos taken on the trip!
Needless to say, everyone knows this giant creature! WHALE SHARK!
Rare Guitar Shark
Wreck dives for the wreck lovers! – Kuda Giri Wreck
Colourful nudibranch – Glenie’s Chromodoris, Goniobranchus gleniei (Chromodorididae)
Giant Fan Coral
Magnificent Manta Rays. You might see them in the day dive, how about night dive with the mantas?
Who doesn’t love cute porcupine fish?!
Dont worry if you have just missed the opportunity to dive in Maldives! Because Amazing Dive is going to Dive Maldives again from 19 to 26 October, 8D7N on board MV Eagle Ray! What is more exciting? If you make payment with OCBC Credit Cards, you enjoy 0% interest installment plan over 12 months, which means It is only $138 per month!
Too good to be true ya?!
Slots are extremely limited, do ring us +65 9677 3627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Okay Maldives, till we meet again!
Photo Credits to our lovely divers : Vee Lee Tan, Desmond Chew, Joy Ling, and Mitch Chong