The Maldives is the ultimate destination for any traveller who’s looking for a serene getaway! Beautiful islands, turquoise waters and amazing seafood coupled with activities like scuba diving make for a wonderful vacation. Interested in learning more about scuba diving in the Maldives?
1). General Information
The Maldives is a chain of 1200 islands in the Indian Ocean. An estimate of 200 islands are inhabited by the local people and a further 150 have resorts built on them. If you’re keen on a luxury holiday in Maldives trip while you’re in these islands, there’s plenty of classy accommodation options like Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas for example.
2). Facts About Diving Here
The waters attract whale sharks, manta rays and large shoals of fish! The water temperature varies between 26-30°C all year. The average dept is between 15-30m and you are required to have a diving certification level of Advanced Open Water.
3). The Marine Life
The Maldives is home to the largest population of manta rays in the world with a rough average of 5000 – 7000 species. You can also see the biggest fish in the world, whale sharks! Over 200 whale sharks have been regularly identified by the Maldivian authorities.
4). After A Long Day
When you’ve scratched your scuba itch, come up to shore and enjoy a scrumptious meal consisting of the finest seafood that is as fresh as it gets!
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+