Maldivian tourism includes an interesting
product; the liveaboards. In Maldives such
cruising vessels are normally termed a 'safari'
even though an African wilderness is the
least you will expect in the Maldives.
differ in their designs, size and even the
services offered. Some are quite modest
yatch-dhoanis, local boats adapted to the
cruising needs. Others may have several
rooms and offer facilities that are almost
like a resort. The food is also diverse.
Some boats even boast of restaurants while
others have their own menus.
offer many activities including diving,
excursions to both uninhabited and inhabited
islands and fishing trips. A cruise in a
liveaboard can be very entertaining. You
have the opportunity of visiting many islands
and experiencing the local way of life.
You also get a chance of a lifetime to dive
in many dive sites that are famous throughout
the world for their unspoiled beauty.
are offer diving equipment and have qualified
instructors.The crew is familiar with the
local waters and expert hands navigate you
through the beautiful reefs and channels
of the Maldives. The sight of the sparkling
sea is a marvelous scene. Occasionally,
you might see a school of dolphins dancing
rhythmically. By night you can relax on
the deck gazing at the millions of the stars