Diving in Malta all year.
Diving in Malta all year is possible due to its geographical location, its latitude causes a warm climate throughout the year and the winter winds descending from NW or ascend from the SE does not prevent diving, as we found interesting dives for each of its shores.
Malta is situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, south of the island of Sicily and north of the coast of Africa.
Its strategic location has been selected by countries and cultures throughout the years, This desire for conquest has led to Malta being one of the most affected countries in World War II.
During World War II Malta received more than 6.000 tons of bombs in one month, which they were aimed at the destruction of the British navy.
The collapse of dozens of British ships was inevitable and today these ships and sunk specifically for the creation of artificial reefs, allow Malta to be one of
the best destinations in the Mediterranean for technical wreck diving.
WHY DIVING IN MALTA ALL YEAR?
Because its climate is warm throughout the year and its waters do not drop below 15 ° C
-Clarity and visibility of the water is the best in the Mediterranean.
-The access to the dive sites are comfortable and well prepared counting on many of them with services shower, wc, chiringuitos.
-The water is deep blue and light penetrates to depths of more than 25 meters which gives us a spectacular brightness dives.
-There is virtually uncomfortable if we dive from shore currents.
-Wind and wave conditions although we can always dive in some of its coves and bays protected him.
-There are dives for all levels, for both new divers and more experienced.
-It is a paradise for technical diving, in their funds is part of its history: submarines, planes, freighters, destroyers.
-If you have the necessary experience you can dive at your leisure without having to be accompanied by a professional and ground.
-If you want to be guided by a knowledgeable instructor in the area, in Malta you will find large number of dive centers offering everything from guided dives to courses at all levels.
HOW IS THE DIVING IN MALTA?
Diving in Malta is a wreck diving, walls falling over 60 meters, caves and tunnels. The funds are white sand and Posidonia, the average water visibility is 20 to 25 meters, the temperature in the warmer months can reach 28 ° C and in the coldest months (January, February, March and April) maximum drops to 15 ° C.
On the island of Malta we can perform virtually all land dives, with access to water and navigation short few minutes.
Wrecks performed in recreational diving are usually marked by yellow buoys during the summer season, allowing easy location and access them from surface if you prefer so.
Diving on the island of Comino It forces us to go by boat because we can not drive to the island. Immersions as Sta. Maria Caves, Lanter Point o el P- 31 They must make a visit to Comino.
Comino Gozo Island It allows us to dive from land, finding diving areas in the same services on the island of Malta. El Blue Hole, Inland Sea, the Karwera and Comino Land Wrecks, are dives that insurance will not leave us indifferent.
In the three islands we can make snorkeling outings, recreational diving and technical diving apnea.
In Malta there are more than 60 diving centers offering guided dives, submarine christenings and training courses.
Many of the dive centers we can obtain different degrees international organizations such as PADI, SSI, TDI/SDI.
DIVING IN MALTA TARIFF
Prices vary from a diving center to another both guided dives and courses.
We also find centers belonging to different organizations, PADI,
SSI, SDI -TDI, BSAC
The most common rates range between 40 euros 1 Immersion including everything: instructor, equipment and dives to transfer to 25 euros if we hire package 8 / 10 immersions.
If we want to snorkel from the island of Gozo or Comino Malta we must have a charge transport.
There is no excuse, diving in Malta at any time of year!!
Contact us if you want more complete information, happy to share with you our experience diving in Malta.