Explore the Maltese seas by diving into the deep end and experience a new underground scene under water.
Jump into the crystal clear blue sea and explore the underworld water! Love living life in the fast lane? Then put your scuba diving gear on and breathe underwater for a most magical and life-changing experience.
Not only does Malta experience endless sunshine, but its strategic location in the Mediterranean makes it an ideal favourite for divers to indulge in their preferred pastime. If you are a novice diver or an all round experienced diver, there is the right environment for every level of expertise.
Noted for the wrecks it offers, you can dive in and explore historical wrecks, natural reefs and a wide range of marine life that is distinct to the Maltese waters. Day trips to the sister islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino will offer you a new sense of adventure as they all present various diving sites with great conditions. Four other inhabited islands namely Filfla, Cominotto, St Paul’s and Fungus Rock offer superb diving and snorkeling conditions.
With excellent visibility and the warm Mediterranean sea with temperatures never dropping beyond 16 degrees Celsius, depths of dives can vary between very shallow to over 50 meters, giving divers an array of opportunities depending on their level of expertise and experience. Ghar Lapsi is a renowned diving zone for divers who prefer shallow waters while Lantern Point is known for deeper dives.
Some other known dive sites are the Blue Hole near Dwejra Point and HMR Maori, a British destroyer which is notorious for sinking the Bismarck.
Enjoy this diving paradise and take pleasure in enjoying a different side of Malta’s water landscape.