PADI’s vision for AWARE Week is to encourage divers and dive clubs across the world to participate in activities and courses that have a conservation focus – so that local community action can lead to global change for the future of this blue planet.
If you’re wondering whether to get Nitrox certified in Maldives on your next scuba diving trip, we’re here to tell you to go for it! The Maldives is a particularly good location to dive with Enriched Air for the first time and this blog will explain why.
Trying scuba diving for the first time might seem a bit daunting! There’s a lot to consider. Should you go for the full certification right away? What kind of diving experience would be right for you? What’s the difference between a certified diver and a non-certified diver? So we decided to compile all the most common questions in this blog for those who have never tried scuba diving before. If you have another question, you can always drop us a
Let’s be honest – divers never travel light! Once you’ve packed your dive gear and photography equipment, your suitcase is usually already pretty full. Luckily, you don’t actually need much else when coming to a local island in the Maldives for a diving holiday. However – there are a few essential items that we highly recommend bringing that will make your life easier while you’re here.
As a diver, knowing how to look after your ears on a scuba holiday is an important skill. Travel, tiredness, dust and prolonged time in the sea can all contribute to ear problems and congestion - and we want to make sure this doesn't cause you any issues during your time in Fulidhoo! Here's a few tips to help you ensure your ears stay happy and healthy during your stay.
Our island home Fulidhoo is located in Vaavu Atoll (also called Felidhe Atoll) which is just over an hour away from Male International Airport by speedboat. Here are just a few reasons why it's such a special place!
How to maintain scuba diving gear is something every diver want to know about. Let’s face it; dive gear is not cheap. Investing in good quality equipment can take a serious chunk out of your pay packet! So all divers naturally want to make sure their kit lasts for as long as possible.