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Snorkelling in the Maldives

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Snorkelling

Exceptional and easily accessible underwater life makes the Maldives one of the worlds top diving and snorkelling destinations. You don’t need to be a deep sea diver to see what lies beneath the tropical waters of the Maldives.

Sometimes you don’t even need a mask or fins to see the beautiful fish playing in their coral nest. The water is so clear, that it looks as though you are looking through a glass aquarium. If you want get little closer then get a mask and fins. Snorkelling over the shallow crystal clear water of the island lagoon or at the edge of the reef is an ideal way to explore the underwater world. House reefs of most of the islands are just a few meters away from the beach.

Snorkelling equipment is available in Tropical Cruise free of charge. We can take you the unknown places to have deep though look and to experience the diversity of marine life and reef structures in the Maldives.

Tips for a safe enjoyable snorkelling

    Snorkelling in Maldives – Best Snorkel, Surf, Fishing, Snorkeling Cruise Boat budget accommodation cheap island Maldives best reefs Maldive islands snorkel
  • Choose a mask that fits snugly.
  • Test this by putting it to your face without using the strap and breathe in through the nose. If it fits properly it will not fall off, even when you lean forward.
  • Choose a pair of fins that fit your feet comfortably and a snorkel that fits easily in to your mouth.
  • Get advice on the best snorkelling spots and how to reach them.
  • Find out the potential problems such as waves, currents and difficult entries and exits.
  • Wear a t-shirt to protect yourself from the sun and a waterproof sunscreen on exposed areas of your skin such as the neck and the back of your knees.
  • And finally, do not walk or step on the corals, to protect yourself and the corals from injury and damage.

 

 

 

 

A typical snorkelling cruise includes:

- 7 to 14 nights accommodation.
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- 1 large bottle of water per person per day
- Services of a local guide.
- Transfers to and from Airport
- Excursions to local island(s)
- Visit to resorts
- Unlimited cruising in Male'/Ari Atoll.
- Free use of snorkelling gear
- Cultural show in a local island
- Complimentary coffee and tea
- Government Tourist Bed tax

 

Check availablity for your next snorkelling trip the Maldives

 

 
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