The Maldives offers some of the world’s best snorkelling. Coral reefs of Lhaviyani Atoll hold many wonders and a lot of them can be admired from the water surface, so donning your fins, mask and snorkel during your holiday at Hurawalhi is considered a must. Whether it be in the island’s lagoon or on one of the numerous reefs that are accessibly by boat, slipping into the balmy water guarantees a myriad of playful creatures that make the underwater wonderland around Hurawalhi extraordinary.
In honour of the Maldives’ reef ecosystem and in celebration of the wonderful sport that is snorkelling, Hurawalhi is excited to announce its first Snorkelling Day. Prodivers and the Marine Biology Center invite you for special afternoon snorkelling trips on Sunday, 30th July 2017. During these 1,5-hour excursions, you can expect to see a wide range of underwater sights that – if it weren’t for the snorkel in your mouth – would make your jaw drop!
Price: $39. Sign up at the dive center or by email:
In addition to afternoon excursions for guests, it will also be Hurawalhi’s team members who will get a chance to get their hair wet: the resort’s resident marine biologist will take them to Kuredu Caves, a.k.a. Turtle Airport, to snorkel with the resident community of green sea turtles.