Scuba diving is one of the most incredible activities that allow you to explore the underwater realm of the Maldives. You will be using an underwater breathing apparatus that allows you to descend into the depth of water, teeming with mesmerising marine life.
Choosing the Right Dive Centre
Before you embark upon your adventurous scuba diving expedition, you should take the time to do research and choose a reputable dive centre. The right dive centre will have experienced instructors, a strong emphasis on safety and well-maintained diving equipment. Scuba diving is one of the best things to do in Maldives, so most tourist hotels, like Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives, offer dive centres too.
Your safety is as important as having fun on your scuba diving adventure. So, you should have all the necessary certifications. You can obtain an Open Water certificate or a PADI certificate, which is a higher certificate. If this is your first time diving, you should take a diving course at home or in the Maldives.
Before leaving for your vacation in the Maldives, you should take a second look at your packing list. Make sure it includes a wetsuit, dive mask, fins, and a dive computer. Also, you should bring sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat.
You should endeavour to be a responsible diver. It’s important that you try to minimise your impact on the fragile marine ecosystem of the Maldives. You shouldn’t touch coral formations or feed the fish.