Whether you happen to be a recent entrant to the water sport of diving or a skilled practitioner with a wealth of experience, the Maldivian oceans are a treasure trove worth exploring.
Variety underpins the Maldives which makes the destination a hotspot for a cross-section of water sporting activities including diving. Though, not all resort properties will possess their own house reefs, no two atolls will ever be the same. Thus, ring reefs add to the pageantry of the smaller islands that are found in the northern atolls while the southern atolls bring with them deeper lagoons to venture to.
You do not need a boat to go diving
A chief highlight of most atolls in this part of the world is the fact that you do not need a boat to go on a riveting diving outing. With a few fin kicks, you will soon leave the comfort of the beach and be in the company of the marvels of the marine world that make the Maldives a sought-after destination to holiday at.
Aside from the species of whale sharks and manta rays that one will surely stumble upon, the enthused adventurer will be well-placed to feast one’s eyes on several animals, both large and small. These include nurse sharks, snapper, triggerfish and sea turtles such as the leatherback and hawksbill.
Check into a favourable form of accommodation
Having a sound base from where you may launch your escapades and also retire after a day out in the ocean is extremely important. In this sense, Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa Maldives which is one of the all-inclusive hotels Maldives is known for can be considered ahead of your diving holiday.