#SecretsofMaldives Secret 1: #SubmarineDiving View the #underwater magic whilst staying dry, and experience something that’s usually reserved for those in a wet suit. The ‘Whale’ Submarine reaches depths of 150m and for those who don’t dive, this is the perfect way to see the exciting creatures that inhabit the #IndianOcean. The cabins are fully air-conditioned, and with normal atmospheric pressure, you’ll breathe normally as you #discover the wonders that lie under the sea. #Maldives #Submarine #diving #underthesea #adventure #wishlist #paradise #travel #travelingram #luxury #resort #summer2015
The latest buzz in Maldives is Submarine Diving. This activity is fun and a great way to explore the colourful world of life under the sea in Maldives. Tourist attractions on the islands are somewhat limited, but the biggest attraction and most popular is definitely the colour reefs and diverse variety of marine life.
If you’re not a fan of swimming or not even strong at the activity, but desperately want to explore the treasure trove of the ocean, then submarine diving is the perfect activity! Submarines can usually hold a total of 50 people and descends to a depth of 150m, while stopping at depths of 25m and 40m.
Sites like The Maldives Travels have a list of places you can visit while on the islands and more information on the islands if you need to do more research before booking your trip.
The submarine diving tour is believed to be the first and largest deep diving tourist submarine in the world.
While on your tour, you’ll be able to see lion fish, anemone fish, butterfly fish, parrotfish, sea turtles, sting rays, manta rays, eels, giant groupers, grey reef sharks, white tip and black tip sharks and even whale sharks!The further down you dive, the more exotic the species you’ll come across. On your dive, you will be able to see ship wrecks and coral reefs.
Submarine dives even happen at night for those who are interested in looking at sea in a different view. Some of the corals species that you’ll be able to see are the brain coral, staghorn coral, rose coral, star coral and many others.
Submarine diving is also great for those travelling with children, as it’s a great way to show the little ones what life under the sea looks like, without worrying about their safety and the ability to swim!
Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+