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Central Atolls (all year around) 

The Maldives is all about big fish! They lie 370 miles southwest of Sri Lanka scattered across the equator in the middle of the Indian Ocean. With a tropical climate and warm temperatures year round, Maldives can be dived at any time. Water temperatures range from 80°F/26°C-86°F/30°C. August-November is considered the best time of year to see manta rays and whale sharks. January-April offers great visibility and welcomes the driest/warmest months.

You will get several opportunities to see manta rays during the day and if we are lucky on a night dive! You will experience the Maldivian currents and swim next to friendly turtles, curious eagle rays and sharks. We might get the chance to encounter the largest fish in the world: the whale shark.


The Maldives is made up of 26 different ring-shaped reefs called, atolls. These 26 atolls are located above a massive underwater mountain range and are comprised of more than 1,100 coral islands and sandbanks. The Maldives boasts clear, warm waters, Blue Lagoons, expansive Coral reefs, white sand beaches, and an incredible variety of marine life, some of which you will not find anywhere else on earth.

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PDF includes trip itinerary and prices.

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