Villimale, Maldives

Dive to Conserve Marine Life in the Maldives

Half Day | Scuba Diving, Snorkeling and Eco-tourism

Dive or snorkel the coral nursery with local conservationists and actively contribute to their conservation effort in Villimale. You will gain an understanding of the Maldivian ecosystems and conservation challenges arising from coastal development unique to small island states.

You'll also enjoy a tour of the island of Villimale observe island life and the impacts of land reclamations and harbor development first hand. Share traditional Maldives afternoon tea 'hedikaa' at a local tea shop with the Save the Beach reef conservation group.

Right for You?

Duration

Half Day

Travel Style

Active Adventure and Connect with Nature

Languages

English

Physical Activity

Moderate activity

Location

Beach and Ocean

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: Available

Secret Paradise Maldives

Local/Foreign Owned Tour Operator
Starts at:

$100/person

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Speaks: English

Highlights

  • Get insight into local marine conservation efforts and meet the researchers
  • Go diving or snorkeling to see the coral restoration first-hand
  • Try traditional Maldivian tea 'hedikaa' in a local cafe

Details

Schedule

Daily, 12pm to 5pm

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included

Activities

Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
You can choose to dive or snorkel, whichever you prefer!

Guide

Bilingual guide

Food

None
Share traditional Maldives afternoon tea 'hedikaa' at a local tea shop

Transport

Boat

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Secret Paradise Maldives

Local/Foreign Owned Tour Operator

From conservation reef dives to multi-day island hopping tours, Secret Paradise experiences combine adventure with cultural and sustainable travel. The basis of all their tours has always been to allow guests to learn about the Maldives, its culture, beliefs, and traditions through the eyes of a local. You'll experience daily life by travelling by public ferry, staying on a locally inhabited island where the local community benefit directly, sharing breakfast with a family in their home, exchanging stories of daily life or relaxing with a coffee in a local café with their local host.

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Getting There

Transport options

Get picked up (included)
Meet the Secret Paradise guide in the lobby of your hotel in Male/Hulhumale and you'll make your way to the public ferry.