Where to base yourself in the Maldives, where no two islands are quite the same.
One Island one Resort, The resort islands in Maldives needless to say, are chosen for your winning combination
of palm trees, beaches, lagoon and reef but even they differ from each other. These are small and circular with
a permanent beach all around, a clear, sandy lagoon and a reef drop-off within a couple of minutes swim,
and lush with majestic coconut palms.
Guest houses are accommodations for tourists which are located on inhabited islands by locals. The luxury
amenities,facilities and services are not similar to a resort however, guests have the opportunity for
watersports, diving and other activities like night fishing and excursions to uninhabited islands and
sandbanks through local dive and watersports providers in the islands. There is a huge variety of guest
houses currently available
The main difference between guesthouses and resorts are that guesthouses do not own their own island,
which means guests will have to be respectful of the local community, will need to be more mindful of
local customs, in particular, women will need to dress much more modestly than on a resort.
The Maldives are a stunning destination offering the best that diving has to offer from walls and pinnacles to drift dives in the current. Manta rays are nearly guaranteed on all trips and there are a myriad of dive sites where you can see these beautiful creatures of the sea.
All of our liveaboards will do the best to give you the best experience possible dependent on the current conditions on the date of your trip.