Southern Maldives big-animal drifts

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Southern Maldives big-animal drifts

New for 2017 from Emperor Maldives are Deep South & Southern Sharks itineraries in remote dive-sites between Huvadhoo and Laamu.

From February to April it says you can avoid the crowds and dive Foammulah and Huvadhoo on the look-out for tiger, silvertip, hammerhead, silky, grey reef and whale sharks.

Guests can travel from Male to Huvadhoo or vice versa to join their liveaboard – or from Huvadhoo to Male, diving from Emperor Virgo or Emperor Leo. The emphasis is on swift channel drift-dives, and the itinerary is best suited to experienced divers looking for “away from it all and different” diving.

Full board, free nitrox and local transfers are included in the price for a seven-night trip of £1979pp (sharing a twin-berth cabin and excluding flights). Ten-night trips are also available.

* maldives.emperordivers.com

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21-Dec-16

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