Maldives cruise: blog
Fins are your engine, your boots of seven places! Two imperatives: comfort and efficiency. Fins are called "slipper" or "adjustable" fins.
There's nothing simpler than a snorkel: a mouthpiece and a tube. Get used to using a simple model, with no siphon or valves for "automatic" water evacuation.
A mask consists of one or two lenses, also known as portholes, a rubber or silicone skirt, and a strap to hold it all together.
At a time when the state of our seas and oceans is steadily deteriorating, and underwater life seems to be in danger everywhere, snorkeling is a marvellous discovery that can turn into a useful awareness-raising activity.
The snorkeling guide is a handbook for choosing your equipment and getting the best out of it on the surface and during your first dives.
Hanifaru Bay is famous for its gatherings of manta rays and whale sharks. Hanifaru is only accessible by snorkeling.
Join the IDthemanta program with Manta Trust to record mantas.
You've lost your card and would like a new one.
On Maduvvari Island (Meemu Atoll - Maldives), a whale shark was stuck in the lagoon, unable to move!
Bioluminescent waves are a natural phenomenon. They have been observed on the island of Mudhdhoo in Baa Atoll.