Imagine enjoying the glorious sunshine and crystalline waters of the cheap Maldives holidays while your friends and family back home are shoveling snow! If you can’t manage a trip at Christmas to visit scuba diving santa and you don’t have a chance to experience the best scuba diving in February, you can enjoy liveaboard diving holidays every month of the year. When you go on a Maldives liveaboard diving safari, the experienced crew will know the best diving sites according to the time of year, and they will make sure you get the Maldives best diving experience possible for the time of year that you visit. There are many different liveaboards to choose from when you’re looking for a Maldives diving holiday. You will find a liveaboard for every budget and level of comfort. Theia diving liveaboard is one of the most luxurious Maldive diving liveaboards, featuring Jacuzzis, massage tables and gorgeous finishings. Theia diving is quite expensive, however, so if the Maldives diving cost is something that concerns you, you might choose a different liveaboard, like Maldives diving Adventurer 2, that offers cheap diving holidays. Other alternatives to Theia, Maldives diving include Black Pearl diving, another quality liveaboard that offers more cheap scuba diving trips.
Just beneath the water’s surface lie some of the planet’s best dive sites; home to an incredible variety of marine species. With stable politics, white sandy beaches, a balmy climate and friendly people the country’s overwater charms are also second to none. In other words, choosing the Maldives as a diving destination is a no-brainer. But choosing between land-based or liveaboard diving can leave even the most seasoned scuba diver confused. Here is our guide to what makes liveaboard diving in the Maldives a firm favorite of the international dive community. First things first: because they are mobile, liveaboards offer a level of freedom and ease that is unmatched by other kinds of diving in the Maldives. Imagine arriving at Male International Airport and, instead of facing a long transfer to a far-flung island, being personally welcomed and swiftly taken to your boat, which is already anchoring nearby. Then, imagine spending your days being chauffeured between the best dive sites in the Maldives, enjoying top notch onboard service and cuisine, visiting local islands and watching the exotic scenery pass by as you relax on deck.
If you are looking for a more luxurious scuba diving holidays Maldives, you should be aware that luxury liveaboard diving trips cost over US$200 per person per day, but conditions will be far more comfortable and elegant. As you begin your research into diving holiday destinations, you will find that the marine life and the sheer beauty of the Maldives make diving Maldives one of the best diving destinations in the world. The best diving Maldives can be enjoyed at many times and places, although many people will agree that to enjoy the ultimate Maldives diving experience, you should come scuba diving in February. Going diving in the Maldives is one of those experiences in life that stays with you long after youâve left the country’s pristine islands, swaying palm trees and crystal-clear waters behind. One of the top destination of choice for divers from all over the world, this tiny Indian-Ocean Republic is made up of more than a thousand tropical islands crowning an intricate network of coral reefs, which spreads over some 900,000 square kilometers.
Many divers will be keen to know the planned route for their Maldives scuba diving holiday. The exact route for your trip won’t be decided until everyone is on board, because the Maldives diving sites that you will visit depend on the weather conditions, the length of your safari and also the ability and experience levels of all divers on board. Most diving holidays Maldives last between 5 and 14 nights and typically visit two Maldives diving site each day. At the daily briefing, you will see a Maldives diving map. That shows the dive sites you will be visiting that day and tells you what to expect from each site. There are plenty of amazing sites for scuba diving in Maldives, these include Rasdhoo Kandu diving, among many others. At these dive sites, there will be opportunities for diving with manta rays and for enjoying sharks diving holidays. While scuba diving in the Maldives, if you choose to go liveaboard diving, which is the best diving in Maldives, you should know in advance that all dives are taken from a diving dhoni, which is a secondary boat that travels along with the diving liveaboard Maldives.
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.
All diving equipment is transported on the dhoni, and you simply travel from the Maldives liveaboard holiday to the dive site each day on the dhoni. As these boats are far smaller than the liveaboards, they allow you to get much closer to the dive sites. When looking to book your trip scuba diving the Maldives, there are plenty of resources. A quick search online will reveal many scuba diving blogs. A good scuba diving blog will be filled with useful information about diving prices in Maldives, travel diving in different destinations around the world and the best diving holidays. You will also find a variety of diving blog that have news about diving in general, the qualifications you need, places where you can buy diving kit and more. There is even a selection of diving screensaver available online. There is one particularly attractive Maldives diving screensaver which has gorgeous photos of underwater scenes in the Maldives. If you are a really keen scuba diver, you might even have your own scuba diving websites, in which case you might think about joining scuba diving affiliate programs so you can make money from sending your diving traffic around the web.
Another great aspect of liveaboard diving holidays in the Maldives is that, because there is usually a refreshing breeze and the ships anchor at a certain distance from the nearest island, you don’t need to worry about mosquito bites. For many, no diving safari in the Maldives is complete without spending at least one night on deck. The stars over this part of the world are simply breathtaking and it is not unusual to see several shooting stars before being gently rocked to sleep by the waves. This famous holiday mantra is often heard on dive safari boats in the Maldives. If you want to completely switch off and get away from it all, there is no better place for it than a Maldivian liveaboard.
Because of their unique geography, your holidays in the Maldives are blessed with innumerable world-class dive sites, many of which are yet to be discovered. In terms of offering easy access to as many of the best diving sites in the Maldives as possible, liveaboard cruises are simply unbeatable: no long transfers, no bumpy speed boat rides. Whichever direction your route takes, at the end of the trip your logbook is sure to feature plenty of stunning, and in some cases legendary, dive sites. One of the main reasons the Maldives are so popular with divers is their abundance of large marine animals. After all, whale sharks, manta rays and various kinds of reef sharks are among the common fish of the Maldives. Encountering one of these giants of the ocean is a riveting experience, not unlike seeing an elephant or a lion in the wild, which is why liveaboard cruises also often referred to as “safaris”. Overall, boat holidays in the Maldives offer an irresistible sense of adventure. As the boat makes its way through the atolls, it often stops off at local fishing villages, anchors near uninhabited islands and crosses channels between atolls.
Posted by maldives | Posted in Holidays in the Maldives, Hotels and Resorts, Maldives Spas, Places to Stay, Special Deals, The Maldives, Uncategorized, Weddings and Honeymoons | Posted on 12-05-2010
Biyadhoo Island Resort Maldives
The Biyadhoo Island Resort in Maldives is set on a private-owned island at the South Male Atoll, about 29 kilometers from the Male International Airport. This luxurious beach hotel is mostly known for its superb diving base, attracting hundreds of scuba enthusiasts each year.
Surrounded with fruit trees and swaying palms all over the island, Biyadhoo Maldives Resort is an authentic destination ideally built for immaculate tranquility. First time guests will instantly fall in love with the place, scuba diver or not. Biyadhoo Island Resort offers nothing but among the best facilities and services that can compete with most luxurious hotels in Maldives.
Biyadhoo Maldives Resort Accommodations
There are a total of 96 guest accommodations in Biyadhoo Maldives Resort, each one sporting utmost comfort and privacy. The island is huge, and there are lots of open spaces for its guests to enjoy.
The guest rooms in Biyadhoo Island Resort Maldives are tastefully decorated holiday homes divided six two-storey buildings. All accommodations are fully equipped with all the modern amenities you’ll need during your vacation in this paradise simulation. There’s air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms with hot/cold fresh water, IDD phones, and a mini-bar.
Rooms located at the ground floor of Biyadhoo Resort Maldives has a private patio separated with glass doors. Here you can enjoy instant access to the flawless white sand beach of the island.
Biyadhoo Resort Maldives Dining
The Biyadhoo Island Resort Maldives offers three dining facilities, each with its own unique menu and ambiance, for their guests.
The Palm Restaurant
This is the main restaurant of Biyadhoo Resort Maldives. Serving ala carte, as well as daily buffets of international cuisine.
The Coconut Bar
A restaurant bar set on the beach facing sunset and a panoramic view of the lagoon serving a large selection of beverage and snacks.
The Banyan Club
Set close to the beach an view of the ocean. There are both outdoor and indoor guest areas with occasional live or disco music.
Posted by admin | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 25-11-2009
Dr. Faizal, the High Commissioner of the Maldives in the UK, is back in London
High Commissioner Dr. Faizal (of the High Commission of the Republic of Maldives in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Irleand) has returned to London after an official trip to Male’.
On 20 November 2009, the High Commissioner participated at the Gala Dinner held on the occasion of the official inaugural of British Airways direct flights to the Maldives. The Gala Dinner was hosted by Six Senses at Soneva Gili.
The High Commissioner was received by Mr. Naushad Waheed, Deputy High Commissioner.