The dive sites were many and varied. Some issues with the coral, but this was made up for with the varied sea life. The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable with excellent service and support. While I had my own equipment, their gear all appeared to be well maintained and in good shape, something I haven't always seen in remote areas. Divers were able to dive their own profiles within overall parameters and not restricted to a follow the leader approach to the dive.
Alimatha is one of the most famous dive sites in the Maldives, making it one of the most famous dive sites in the world. Read on.
Why I really enjoy Liveaboard Diving and my first trip to the Maldives.
Channel dives are very common in dive regions that are covered in Atolls. The Maldives is a perfect example of a destination where this challenging yet rewarding dive type occurs. This is an overview on what channel dives are and some best practices on diving them.