Whether youíre an Experienced Diver, a Novice, are considering Scuba Diving but havenít taken the plunge yet, or simply happy to Snorkel we have something for everyone.
The beautiful island of Malta lies in the middle of Mediterranean Sea At just 27 km long and 14.5km at its widest means its easy to dive anywhere on the island. Scuba diving is available throughout the year regardless of the weather conditions. Our waters are very clear and visibility on a normal day would average 30mts, however it is regularly 40mts+ which is another reason why Malta is accepted as offering the best diving in the Med and has recently been voted as the 3rd best diving destination in the world!
Marine life here is in abundance. You will often see schools of barracuda, bream, moray eels, flying gurnards, octopus, wrasse, sea hares, spanish dancers, john dory, groupers, sting rays, nudibanches, cuttle fish, squid, tuna, amber jacks, sea horses and the occasional sea turtle and lots more.
In addition to our great visibility and sea life, the water temperature is a divers dream. From 14 degrees in winter to 28 degrees in the summer. Diving in Malta really is year round. For comfort we would suggest a 5-10mm semi-dry for the cooler months (Nov to May), while a shortie is fine for the red-hot months of summer.
Gozo and Comino, our sister islands are just minutes away. Go Dive Malta offer regular trips to enjoy these popular and varied dive sites with their stunning caverns, caves and wrecks. The famous Blue Hole in Gozo rates in Jacques Cousteuís top 10 worldwide.
Throughout this website you can find information about the Dive packs and PADI Scuba Diving courses we offer. Feel free to contact us regarding accommodation, car hire and other services we provide for groups or individuals, whether divers or non-divers.
If you have any questions please use our contact page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively call us on (356) 2359 8888. We aim to answer all emails within 24hrs.
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