DIVING IN MALTA


The Maltese Islands’ clear blue Mediterranean Sea is ideal for scuba diving. All three Islands offer some unique diving experiences with an abundance of reefs, caves and wrecks that make diving one of the most interesting in the Mediterranean.

The calmness and clarity of the sea makes for excellent visibility whilst the risk of encountering dangerous fish is extremely low, creating the ultimate conditions for first time divers and beginners. For the more experienced divers, there are plenty of challenging dives to choose from.

There are several types of diving courses and activities offered by locally licensed diving schools. It is always recommended to check with the diving centre as to where would be suitable to dive, depending on weather conditions and experience.

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Blue Grotto & Marsaxlokk - Half Day ›

(Extended)

There is no better way to spend a Sunday morning with us on this fantastic excursion that starts off by taking us to one of Malta's jewels, the Blue Grotto, with its dazzling blue sea that will definitely leave a striking impression. If weather permits, we are given the opportunity to take a boat ride around the caves and grottoes where we can see the luminescent corals and glowing water at first hand. After we visit the serene bay of Marsaxlokk, the main fishing village in Malta. One cannot miss the luzzus, which are the typical Maltese fishing boats, lined across the bay in their traditional colours that complement the ever popular open air market that is held daily along the promenade that make this excursion one of the most pleasant mornings whilst in Malta.

4 Day - Mystery Malta ›

Mystery Malta

Mediterranean (Summer) ›

Malta to Malta


Walking Treasure Hunts ›

Discover Valletta. the hub of the Knights, while learning interesting facts about the city - but all in a different manner - through our Valletta walking treasure hunt. Guests will be given a briefing prior to entering the city. We will supply them with a riddle book, a map with all the necessary information and stationery. The guests will have to solve riddles to get to locations and answer a number of questions. The group should be split into teams of approximately 10 per team. Optional: Each team will be supplied with a camera and they will be required to take a number of photos throughout the hunt. These photos will carry a number of points too and may require teams to do funny poses or take pictures as proof of arrival to certain locations.

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