Maldives Aggressor II - Maldives
Accommodations (Double Occupancy), Scheduled Airport Transfers, All Meals, Snacks, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Local Beer and Wine, An Average of 18 Day/Night Dives, Optional Male City Walking Tour (Not Included Port and Park Fees)
7 Nights' Itinerary
Travel Period: Feb. 22, 2023 - Jan. 07, 2024
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Travel Period: Jan. 07, 2024 - J...
Climate: The Maldives have year round tropical, hot and humid weather with air temperatures around 24 – 33°C / 75 – 91°F
Water Temperature: 28 – 30°C / 83 – 86°F
Time: UTC +5:00
Language: Dhivehi. Main tourist locations speak English.
Currency: Maldivian rufiyaa. The best currency to use is either the Euro or the US dollar
Electricity: 230 Volts. Adapters are recommend.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Velana International Airport (MLE)
Bandos Medical Centre and Hyperbraic Chamber
Kuramathi Medical Centre
Massive lagoons holding turquoise and indigo waters are surrounded by the coral atolls that define this area. With over 99% of its territory covered by the ocean, the Maldives are destined to have amazing dives. It is the top location in the world for whale and dolphin watching, with over 20+ species from the mighty blue whale down to the petite spinner dolphin. There are just over a thousand coral islands that form an archipelago of 26 major atolls. The Maldives are located just southwest of Sri Lanka on the equator.Read More
Overall I am happy with the Aggressor trip. Visibility was a disappointment but the glimpse of the whale shark and the fever of Mantas certainly were very cool....
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