The beautiful Maltese archipelago offer some of the best diving available in the world. The warmth, calmness and clarity of the sea makes for excellent visibility creating the ultimate conditions for the novice divers and beginners alike. For the more experienced divers there are plenty of the more challenging but rewarding dives to choose from.
The Maltese Islands warm, clear blue Mediterranean Sea is ideal for all scuba dive activities. All three islands offer some unique scuba dive experiences with an abundance of reefs, caves and wrecks that make diving the Maltese archipelago some of the most interesting in the Mediterranean, if not the world.
Diving Malta has an amazing selection and number of wrecks allowing for all levels of divers to be able to enjoy a unique experience. Among the stand out dives are the wreck of Um El Faroud, an Egypt registered oil tanker, H.M.S. Maori, a British second world war destroyer and the Imperial Eagle, the sister ship of Jacque-Yves Cousteau's famous Calypso.
Gozo Diving is famous for its deep wall dives such as Reqqa Point Reef and of course the wonderful Blue Hole, Coral Cave and Inland Sea dives at Dwerja. If you are staying on Malta then we dive on Gozo by taking the ferry to make a wonderful day trip.
Comino Dive Sites provide some unbelievable cavern and cave dives, all very safe for the experienced and novice divers alike. The most famous dive site is the Santa Maria Cave system which is a safe, fun introduction to cave dives. Unless you are staying on the one available seasonal hotel then diving around the island is organised by the use of one of our dive boats for a wonderful and unforgetable experience.