The Maldives is home to some of the most unique coral formations and rich marine life, making it one of the most exciting diving locations in the world. Learn a little more about it if you are planning to try some scuba diving on your next vacation.
Best Time to Go
While the Maldives is great for travelling to any time of the year, it has a tropical climate with two monsoon periods. The first monsoon lasts from May to October and the second from November to April. If you are scuba diving the best time to visit the Maldives is from February to April.
If you are staying at one of the Maldives island resorts, they will send someone to pick you up and ferry you around so there’s nothing to worry in that regard. All international flights will first arrive in Male from where you can take a boat to your destination.
Where to Stay
There are many grand and luxurious resort islands the likes of Naladhu Private Island Maldives where you can spend a grand holiday on a private island.
Scuba Diving in the Maldives
Thanks to the Maldives being isolated and declared a Nature Biosphere its waters are protected and is home to a vibrant collection of marine life that you can witness on a scuba diving session.