Scuba Diving the Maltese Archipelago
The waters in Malta and Gozo are some of the most limpid and clear in the world. Visibility is excellent down to around 30 metres. So the Maltese Islands are a dream destination for underwater photography. There is not much in the way of large creatures to see, but the abundance of Octopus, Cuttlefish, Stonefish and other small creatures will keep most divers in Malta happy, particularly on night dives, plus read about Rosi Tug Boat and PADI advanced courses in Malta.
The underwater world has so much to offer and only a small percentage of the world's population will ever have the privilege to see it in person rather than on television. Scuba Diving the Maltese Archipelago - Become one of these individuals who will have the honour of exploring the oceans by getting certified in scuba diving.
Scuba Diving the Maltese Archipelago. Some vacation resorts offer resort diving courses lasting a day or two which offer beginners some very basic training in order to try out scuba diving. These are not certification programs. Full dive certification programs involve classroom work, exams, practical skills sessions at a pool and usually about four open water dives. The duration of the classroom work and pool sessions vary from a very intensive weekend (with advance reading) to once a week over several weeks. The open water dives will usually take two more days. Scuba Diving the Maltese Archipelago, Malta dive centers, Marsascala Diving Centres Malta we can help with advice, and the necessary equipment and service to make sure your Malta diving holiday will be a great experience!
Fish - the waters washing around the narrow constrictions between the Maltese islands are rich in nutrients, providing ideal conditions for marine flora and fauna to flourish offering an unrivalled boost of fish in all sizes. Malta Scuba diving courses, St Dimitri Point Diving - Caves - Diving in Malta, Gozo and Comino you have reached the official Mecca if this is your great interest! There is a spectacular world hidden in the caves, chimneys, archways and breathtaking drop-offs close by the shore. However, it is important to bear in mind that some of the dives are classified as cave dives and special diving training is required. If you would like to adventure into deep diving, Scuba Diving the Maltese Archipelago, there are training courses and excellent Malta dive sites for this purpose.
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