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Diving at Maldives

Strongly recommended to visit Maldives for diving. There are many beautiful diving sites especially... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Miron M
Awesome dive

Less than 5 mins after descend, i saw a 3 manta rays. In the 30-40mins, saw 15 or more mant rays... read more

Reviewed 10 February 2017
charmaine l
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20 Apr 2017
“Diving at Maldives”
10 Feb 2017
“Awesome dive”
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Strongly recommended to visit Maldives for diving. There are many beautiful diving sites especially Manta Point site

Thank Miron M
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Less than 5 mins after descend, i saw a 3 manta rays. In the 30-40mins, saw 15 or more mant rays swimming around although the dive site is packed with divers. Visibility was alright but could be better. Dont regret the dive!

Thank charmaine l
Reviewed 1 January 2017

It's probably the most famous Manta place. We saw them at regular day durinf snorkelling. Was very excited.

Thank Marina S
Reviewed 16 May 2016

We went in late march and there were about 6 rays about 10 metres down. Amazing. You can hold your breath and dive down to get a better view of the gentle giants. There are also many moray eels hiding in the corals. Colourful fish...More

1  Thank elijahwongweien
Reviewed 6 January 2016 via mobile

We didn't see any manta but it was still relaxing. We went with kaani beach and the guys were really helpful

1  Thank viaminlins
Reviewed 19 August 2015 via mobile

you can dive or go for snorkelling, any activity that involves swimming it's a very nice experience, because the fauna of this part of the ocean is really generous! try it, you won't be dissappointed!

Thank ElenaHellen2014
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Searching for dolphins and manta rays, interesting snorkeling and coral but no dolphins or manta rays.

Thank GeoffreyHLee
Reviewed 15 February 2015 via mobile

Love it ;) We were in the Maldives just to dive. We sailed around the Maldives. fantastic experience;) would love to get back;)

2  Thank DiversDiver200
Reviewed 26 July 2014

This review is about the 'real' Manta Point in the Maldives, officially known as Hanifaru on Baa Atoll. This is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and only allows snorkeling. Scuba diving has been banned for 3-4 years now and visitor numbers are controlled. We booked our...More

19  Thank Peter K
Reviewed 24 December 2013

Possibly one of the most placidly dramatic aquatic encounters in the Maldives is the graceful and commanding creature Manta Ray. Quite prevalent across most of the Maldives, we have seen them a number of times from shore. When the people at Country Travel mart mentioned...More

6  Thank lucileleanne
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Annie L
Hi, May I ask how much is this manta point diving cost? thanks everyone that answers, BTW i am a friend of maddie ziegler
21 November 2016|
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Trevor N
My wife has always wanted to swim and see manta rays, when is the best time to see them? We are hoping to come to the Maldives for our wedding anniversary September 2017
10 May 2016|
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gracenghl
When are you diving there?
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