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Snorkelling is a simple way of observing the underwater world and getting in contact with it. By using simple equipment this type of sea excursion enables participants to observe the sea depths and to have fun in the water without needing to be skillful swimmers.

To guarantee maximum enjoyment of the wonders of the sea participants will be accompanied by an expert guide. During the excursion the guide will share with participants useful information on the sea creatures spotted and on the characteristics of the place, as well as showing the best observation spots to watch fascinating scenery and sea life. The guide will also give useful advice on equipment and techniques to be used when entering or exiting the water.

Minimum equipment includes mask, flippers and snorkel. A snorkelling jacket is advisable for those wishing to feel safer or to rest on the surface. All equipment can be hired on the boat.



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The archipelago of the Maldives: geography and territory The Maldives are an oblong ring-shaped double-range of large atolls. The archipelago of the Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, mostly just north and slightly south of the Equator, between 7°6’30” latitude north and 0°41’48” latitude south and between 72°32’30” and 73°45’54” longitude east. The Maldives comprise 26 atolls stretching north to south for about 764 km. and east to west for about 128 km. India is about 595 km. away from the archipelago to the north, Sri Lanka about 670 km. to the north-west and the Chagos islands about 550 km. to the south. The atolls comprise a circular coral reef which contains the internal lagoon around and within which the numerous islands of various sizes are clustered. The 26 atolls include a total of 1,190 coral islands covered in vegetation.

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