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Maldives February Trip Blog: Sharks, Mantas And Schooling Fish.

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Great live aboard dive trip in the Maldives.

Top 5 dive sites of this month trips


  • Channels
  • Current: Medium 
  • Black tip reef shark, white tip, pink whip rays, tunas, morays, 3 guitar rays, all sorts of morays, snake eels, long nose hawkfish, turtles, scorpion fish, banner fish, clown fish, groupers, nudibranchs, flatworm, school of batfish, harlequin shrimp, lion fish, scorpionfish, trevally, network pipefish, octopus and mantis shrimp.


  • Drif dives 
  • Current: Medium to strong
  • Scalloped hammerhead sharks, whale shark, nurse sharks, baby silver tip, grey reef sharks, white tip sharks, silver tip sharks, 15+ spinner sharks, pink whip rays, Jenkins rays, long nose hawkfish, Napoleon wrasses, harlequin sweetlips, batfish,  scorpion fish, banner fish, clown fish, groupers, nudibranchs, school of jacks, eagle rays, marble ray, tunas, school snappers, trevally, peacock mantis shrimp, octopus hunting, school of barracuda, school of jacks and giant trevally.


  • Drift dives
  • Current: Medium
  • Mantas, scalloped hammerhead, grey reef, white tip, trevally, tunas, giant trevally, eagle ray, marble ray, Napoleon wrasses, schooling grey reef sharks, school of eagle rays, barracuda,  jacks, sweetlips,  tiny devil scorpion fish, emperor shrimp on pinapple sea cucumber, peacock mantis shrimp, peacock anemone shrimp, turtles and ghost pipe fish.


  • Drift dives 
  • Current: Medium
  • Mako shark, leopard sharks, lemon shark, grey reef schooling, black tip, feather tail ray, 15 eagle rays, 3 marlins, silver tips, white tip, green turtles, mobula rays, nurse shark, zebra sharks, whale shark, marble rays, wahoo, guitar ray, torpedo ray, yellow leaf scorpion fish, Napoleon, harlequin file fish, school of midnight and black snappers, fusiliers, snappers, barracudas, jacks, great barracudas, ribbon eel, octopus, saddle back groupers, ribbon eel and stunning coral reefs.


  • Drift dives 
  • Current: Medium to strong
  • Manta galore! Grey reef, white tip, eagle ray, marble rays, school of jacks, barracudas, cuttlefish, octopus, batfish, turtles, anthias, tuna, eagle rays, mantis shrimp, octopus, nurse sharks, school of snappers, 4 silver tip getting cleaned, school of devil rays, white mouth moray, Napoleon wrasses, school of humpback snappers, Maldivian sponge snail and octopus mating.

Customers Feedback

• “Sophie and Albert were fantastic guides. Both are very knowledgeable and approachable and are equally as hard working. I was very impressed with them and the crew as our hosts.” Michael Todd
• “Better than expected! Everything was so nice. The briefings were really helpful and great as well! Thank you for an unforgettable experience” Nicole Carlsson
• “My first liveaboard trip – this boat exceeded my expectations” Anonymous guest

Thank you for this great trip!

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