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 Diving on a Maldives Liveabaord

Scuba Diving in Maldives

Scuba Diving Maldives

We don´t know any other place in the world where you can explore such a big variety of underwater life in a short time and enjoy world class scuba diving on this level .

The Maldives are 872km in length and the divesites are spread all over the atolls. There is of course no better way to get most of it than to cruise with a safari boat through the beautiful atolls and islands.

The best dive sites for scuba diving in Maldives are spread over the atolls and only with a boat you can reach them.

EcoProDivers goes with their PADI registered safari boats EcoPro Moonima and EcoPro Mariana to almost each atoll and divesite of the country depending on the season.

We visit local islands and give you an insight to the real life of Maldivians. Also we plan a BBQ night on a desert island to show you the beauty of a Maldivian island with it´s pristine beaches and lagoons. The BBQ night depends on weather conditions and routing!

A liveaboard trip is perfect for non-divers/snorkelers as well as our boats have relaxing areas with sunbeds and there is always a place to snorkel or swim.

When is the Best Time for Scuba Diving in Maldives?
scuba diving Maldives

Manta rays in Hanifaru Bay

During Northeast Monsoon the Central and South of the Maldives is the place to be and well known for stunning channel dives with hundreds of sharks. For this scuba dives you should be experienced with stronger currents.

The currents push the plankton to the western site of the atolls and we will find the plankton feeders at the western cleaning stations during eastern monsoon it´s the opposite.

During Southwest Monsoon we prefer the Central and Northern atolls with the world famous Hanifaru Bay where hundreds of Manta rays come in for feeding.

There are more than 10000 reef and oceanic Manta rays (Manta alfredi) identified by Manta Trust and hundreds whale sharks identified by Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme.

The chances are quiet high to encounter both, all over the year as there is no preferred season for this plankton feeders.

We do unforgattable dives all over the year like a night dive with Manta rays or with hundreds of Nurse sharks. We know also a place where Whale sharks show up in the night right at the back of our boat.

In the Deep South we have a dive site where big numbers of Tiger sharks live and the encounter is 99% guaranteed.

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