Snorkeling in Maldives
You can enjoy the breathtaking underwater life in Maldives by simply having a mask and fins, and wading your way along the surface of the waters with fantastic visibility of the sea contributed by the clearest waters on the Earth with all year around water temperature at 20°-30°C (68°-86°F), and lagoons often reaching 32°C (90°F).
Islands with narrow reef flats and wide lagoons are the best for snorkeling. Resorts that don’t have a house reef, provide tourists with boat trips to the good snorkeling sites where you can see sharks, turtles, anemones, schools of sweet-lips, eels, octopus, rays and thousands of colorful tropical fishes.
This activity is so simple that children can do it. You don’t know to swim ? Well, then just put your mask on, walk a few steps inside the lagoon and bend down to look inside the water…you’ll probably spot life !
Snorkeling in Maldives is unique.
Snorkeling in Maldives| Photo © Sakis Papadopoulos
(Photo from Dreaming of Maldives Creative Collection)
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Rainbow Parrot fish| Photo © Sakis Papadopoulos
The usual suspects ………..in every house reef in Maldives
The rainbow parrot fish. Largely responsible for the fine white sand of many tropical coral islands today. While breaking of chunks of coral and rocky substrates for algae they grind up the coral rock and excrete the same as a fine sand which have over the thousands of years helped create the small islands and sandy beaches of many sandy islands like Maldives. One parrot fish can produce up to 90kgs (198 pounds) of sand each year !
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