Suntan Beach Hotel Activities
Snorkeling in Maldives is one of the most favourite recreational activities. It gives an opportunity to those people who could not dive or do not feel enthusiastic about trying diving, to enjoy the wonderful underwater life by simply wearing a mask and fins.The calm waters around the coral islands of Maldives make snorkeling very easy. The superb visibility of the sea, due to its crystal clear waters, enable you to witness the underwater life as you snorkel. The Maldives is considered one of the best places for Snorkeling in the world.
There are many resorts in South Male Atoll and you see some of them everyday as you stroll around the island or lie relaxing on the beach. The full-day excursion offers you the possibility of sampling for yourself the unique beauty of at least some of these. This excursion is offered daily to islands that are about 20 minutes by speed boat and a different resort is selected for each excursion.Resorts in our excursion include Fihaalhohi, Kandooma, Biyaadhoo, Anantara, Fun island, Rihiveli and Rannaalhi.
Dive programs at Kaani Beach Hotel starts from the Bubble Maker (for ages 8-10) and Discover Scuba Diving (for ages 10+) and range up to PADI Certification Courses which include Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver and Nitrox courses. Meet our experts at the Dive School and explore an underwater kingdom like you have never experienced before, surrounded by untouched coral reefs and the most extraordinary aquatic life. You will not find anywhere else in the Maldives where the marine life is so diverse and abundant, and discovering new and unspoilt dive sites is an ongoing endeavor for our dive team.
On request you will be privately transferred to the sandbank just 10 minutes away from the Hotel for a private and exclusive time. The choice is yours, an elegant picnic, a table for 2 to enjoy a delicious lunch, have a cocktail or a Dinner at sunset. Just bring a good Sun protection a hat and any accessory that suits to your need. The hotel will bring you the rest. No need to mention that your snorkeling gear will be at disposal. But just bear in mind one little detail: No shoes.
Spinner Dolphins are the commonest species, and they occur here in their tens of thousands. They have a regular daily routine to their lives, feeding offshore at night, coming into the atolls in the early morning, and leaving again for the open ocean in the late afternoon. This dependable schedule means that it is very easy to find Spinner Dolphins at certain times every day. And as a result, we offer afternoon dolphin excursions to see Spinners. While nothing with wildlife can be absolutely guaranteed, you will never have a better chance to watch wild dolphins playing in their natural environment than right here in the Maldives.
Fishing is in the Maldivian blood. It is so entwined in the lives of Maldivians that there are celebrations when a good catch is caught and complaints when fish is scarce at our dinner tables. Maldivian fishermen wake up to the dawn call of island roosters, collect bait in nearby reefs and start a full day’s work at the deep blue seas, using the artful pole and line method of fishing. To experience the satisfaction of catching and cooking your own fish, a night fishing trip (offered by the hotel) is the way to go. Your boat leaves before the sunset to find a good spot near a reef. The boat crew will show you how to use the lines, hooks, and sinkers.
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Manta rays can be found throughout tropical waters across the world where they often congregate around coral reefs. The Maldives is a particularly good destination for people wishing to see Manta Rays while scuba diving or snorkeling. It is estimated that there are around 10,000 Manta Rays living in the Maldives. The manta rays live in the Maldives year-round, migrating from one part of the atolls to another depending on the season.