Diving in March at Eriyadu

Diving in March at Eriyadu

Dear Divers and Snorkelers,

We still had Manta rays in almost each and every dive and snorkel trip at Boduhiti Thila.

Awesome to see these huge elegant rays swimming right next to our divers and snorkelers. Stopping at the cleaning station guaranteed wonderful pictures. Hey, why not renting out the dive center camera to take some memories back home?

The dives at the Thilas were thrilling! Good currents and crystal clear waters assured to spot Sharks and Eagle rays. Also for the one of yours who like to find the smallest nudibranch there was always some around.

This month we had a change in the dive center management team. The Dive Center Manager Oliver was transferred to our dive center on Meeru Island Resort & Spa.

“All the best Oli and good luck for your new adventure. You did a great job and for sure we will not forget the great moments we had together.”

The new guy in charge is Dirk. Maybe some of you still know him from his time on Velidhu, LUX* or Meeru.

How will April 2017 be?

It is Easter Time… HOLIDAY TIME

In April we will start again to go for our early morning dive trips once a week and also we will schedule the sunset dive trips again two times a week. Let’s have a look to the change of marine life in the early morning and the late afternoon.

Torches to rent are available at the dive center.

Manta rays will still be around at our side of the Atoll. But maybe the last chance to spot them during April. Soon they will move on to the east side of North Male Atoll. No worries dudes, we are going to find you on our full day diving excursion after April 🙂

Mid of April a professional Under Water Photographer will visit the dive center for some Model photo shooting. The Models will do our famous Free Diving course before they start modeling. We are looking forward welcoming these fellows at Euro-Divers Eriyadu.

If you are more into water sports, our Water Sport Instructor Jazlan is more than happy to show you around. Rent a Glass bottom Canoe to discover the marine life at the house reef or go out with the Catamaran for some sunset sailing.