the Maldives have continued for years to thrill and fascinate divers from all over the world
Located about 600 kilometers south-west of India, in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives, “the treasure of the Thousand Islands”, are made up of 26 atolls arranged on two parallel bands in the direction north-south and 1,192 coral islands, of which only 200 are inhabited, mainly by local fishermen. In general, the islands are simple platforms of white sand, the result of the erosion of the coral reef, no longer than a mile, covered with a dense and fantastic vegetation for the greater palms and mangroves. An external coral reef defends them from sea currents. Small and large canals divide the Atolls, in which the current is always quite strong.
Wonderful and intriguing, the Maldives have continued for years to thrill and fascinate divers from all over the world, lovers of nature, the sea and its depths, without ever disappointing.
The Maldives boat cruise
it is a cruise particularly suitable for children aged 4 and over.
The climate is very mild all year round with outside temperatures ranging between 25 and 33 degrees and with water temperatures ranging from 27 to 30 degrees. They are therefore the ideal conditions for physical and psychological well-being. Even in the hottest months on a boat there is always a breeze or wind that muffles the sun’s rays. The boats are all very spacious with ample indoor and outdoor living spaces and have an outdoor shaded area; which allows children to play freely, sheltered.
One evening a week we organize a barbeque on the beach of a beautiful uninhabited island around a fire and under a starry sky… the presence of the full moon helps to make everything even more fascinating and romantic. During the navigation you will often meet schools of dolphins that follow the boat and do their utmost in spectacular and often unexpected jumps, which know how to fascinate young and old.
The cruise to the Maldives
it is a unique and unforgettable experience, which we highly recommend because it remains in the memory of children and adults for the rest of their lives.