Laying strategically in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta and its island sisters, Comino and Gozo are the underwater playgrounds which every scuba diver can ever dream of experiencing.
All three islands offer superb diving, with reefs, caves and wrecks. Each island possessing its own charm and uniqueness, scuba diving on the three islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino are 3 unique experiences to make diving among the most fascinating in the region.
With clear blue Mediterranean sea which is ideal for all forms of diving and the islands compact geographic size makes the many dive sites easily accessible.
Whatever time of the year, MALTA with its long summers and short winters with sea temperatures rarely drop below 13 degrees makes Malta scuba diving an all year round favorite scuba destination.
Scuba diving Malta with its lack of tides and currents, coastlines rich with diverse marine life, exceptional underwater visibility, an outstanding topography including cliff faces, caves, shelves, sandy and rocky sea beds and warm, crystal clear waters. You are guaranteed to experience great scuba adventures for you and your family.
Scuba diving Malta is safe and easy. If you are looking for a great diving destination which is safe for you as much as it is for your family then look no further than the Maltese Islands.
Whatever your level of experience you may have, you will find top quality dive sites in Malta which in the company of experienced and trustworthy dive guides you can safely experience diving reefs, drop offs, caves and wrecks which are lying at different depth levels and are all easily accessible by shore or by boat.
The great thing about scuba diving Malta is that whether you are a novice or a demanding diver you can be sure that diving in Malta will greatly enhance your diving portfolio.
If you are an experienced diver you have an array of sites to choose from. You may want to experience the shallow depths at Ghar Lapsi to the underwater tunnel at lantern point which will take you down to a depth of 50 m.
With a variety of wrecks which are scattered around the Island, when you scuba Malta, you are spoilt for choice to the number of artificial reef habitats. Here you can look out for groupers, amberjack, squid, flying fish, stingrays, red mullet, parrot fish and even the occasional moray eel which combined make these wrecks a truly awesome scuba diving adventures.
Do you have a passion for underwater photography? With its clear clarity of its deep waters, corals, reefs and diverse marine life, the Maltese Islands are an underwater heaven for underwater photography. With extraordinary colors particularly shades of red and orange can be captured without the use of flash even down to depths of 12 m.
If you want to learn more about the Maltese Islands check out our guides to diving in Malta at http://www.scuba-snorkeling-adventures.com/diving-malta.html.
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