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Diving Travel Offers Diving in the Maldives

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Apr 19, 2021
I often get asked what is the best way to dive the Maldives? And I always say that the resorts are super-expensive and the liveaboard cruises offer so much better value for money and also visit a greater range of dive sites... and besides, there is really not much to do in the Maldives besides laying on the beach or sitting around the pool. A cruise is just so much more fun!

However, a week long cruise is not much use if you are only in the Maldives for a few days, or if you only want to try or learn diving, so ... finally I have found a reliable operator for dive courses, dive day trips from Male City, and short dive package stays in Hulhumale. These are ideal for those with limited time or money, or those simply want to try or learn scuba diving:
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