Once a year, from January to the end of March, some liveaboards head to the remote southern atolls in the Maldives. The atolls of Fuvamulah, Huvadhoo, Addu, and Laamu are far from the crowds, and offer an exhilarating diving experience! Whale sharks, hammerheads, tiger sharks, thresher sharks, white tip sharks, silvertip sharks, oceanic mantas.. these are some of the species you could drift along on this trip! We love the excellent value of these trips, taking to the most exciting dive sites of the Maldives, and the friendly crew on board.
The team conducts regular ocean clean-ups. The company supports numerous NGOs such as Sea Save Foundation, the Turtle Foundation, Green Fins, and more. In the deep south, some dive shops and liveaboards offer tiger shark feeding dives, usually called: "Tiger Zoo". This liveaboard company does not engage in such activity, and you'll see tiger sharks in a much more natural environment.
For Experienced divers who love big pelagic creatures. A level 2 or Advanced Open Water and a hundred dives are recommended, as there are plenty of drifts and deep dives in this itinerary. Divers may find some dives challenging, and may be asked by the Cruise Director to skip some dives not suitable for their diving experience.
Depending on the dates, there are different itineraries. The longer trips (14 nights) often start in the south and go back to Male, or the other way around. Ask us for more details.