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The Maldives is a group of islands that are one hundred fifty kilometers. For many people Maldives resorts are truly a paradise on earth. The population is about one hundred fifty thousand people. The economy is driven by tourism. The other source of income for the maldives is fishing. Thirty percent of the population live in the capitol of Maldives.
Embudhoo Kandu is undoubtedly one of the top dive sites in the world. Inside the channel itself is one colossal cave ranging between 5m – 25m, with a swim-through at 11m. A majority of the dives initiate on the outside reef and conclude in this very cave. The Maldives marine life that is found inside the cave consists of seafans, sponges, large morays, angelfish, octopus, lionfish and even the odd squirrelfish. Embudhoo Thila (Coral Garden). The best dive site at Embudhoo Thila is a spectacular underwater reef located on the north corner of the Embudhoo Kandu. The reef top ranges between 12m – 15m with a lavish decoration of hard and soft coral upon the reef plateau. On the south side of the thila you will find a protruding ledge alongside a small cave. It is here that reef fish congregate in large numbers, whereas around the outskirts it is not uncommon to find sharks patrolling the waters. This Maldives dive site is suitable for beginners if the current is favorable; most of the channels in the North-West direction of South Male Atoll are pretty shallow with one or more thilas at the entrances. At Mas Thila you will find sharks, trevally and deep caves, whereas at Bolifushi Housereef lies the wreckage of a 9 meter fiberglass yacht, which attracts white-tip reef sharks, napoleon, triggerfish, remoras and eagle rays.
Maldives diving holidays are a great opportunity to experience diving in the Maldives. If you have any experience in scuba diving holidays, or have spent any time around keen scuba divers, you will most likely have heard that holidays spent diving in Maldives are some of the best diving holidays in the world. There are many reasons that make diving Maldives so great, but the best thing about Maldives scuba diving is the sheer abundance and variety of underwater marine life. No matter how many times you visit the Maldive,scuba diving you will always find a new scuba diving experience waiting for you. There are many Maldives diving highlights, one of which is Hanifaru Bay diving, where you will have the chance to experience one of the most amazing natural phenomena in the underwater world. If you go Hanifaru diving, at the right time of year, you will see incredible numbers of manta rays that gather in this bay to feed on the massive amounts of plankton.
Make sure you take lots of Maldives diving photos, as these are by far the best way to get people interested in diving holidays in Maldives. If you’re concerned about the cost of scuba diving in Maldives, you donât need to worry. While it is true that Maldives diving prices can be very high, it is also possible to get a great deal on a diving safari Maldives. The most surefire way of getting cheap scuba diving holidays is to book last minute diving holidays. All of the Maldives diving liveaboards have a certain capacity they need to fill, so if the time comes for the safari to set sail, and the boat is not full, the operators would rather fill the boat with reduced-price passengers than sail a half empty boat, meaning that last minute diving holidays are available. Without getting a special deal on a Maldives diving safari, you will find that Maldives scuba diving prices vary wildly, depending on the length of the safari and the type of ship that you choose to dive from. For the cheapest scuba diving, you should book on one of the more basic liveaboards, which costs about US$180 per person per night, including all Maldives, diving and meals.
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