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Eco-Friendly Snorkeling

See an Array of Tropical Sea Life on this Responsible Snorkeling Tour

Delve into the vibrant and colorful underwater world where you’ll have the chance to see turtles, clownfish, reef sharks, and even stingrays. Learn how to snorkel responsibly and how to respect this underwater community. Your expert local guide will make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Trip Details

Trip Details


  • USD 100 per person

Departure time

  • Daily 9:30-12:00

Meeting point

  • Westside jetty Hulhumale (adjacent to the ferry terminal).
  • Collection from the airport, hotels in Malé, Hulhumale or the cruise tender jetty available upon request and is offered free of charge.

We are only able to collect from private resort islands in North and South Male Atolls. Permission must be gained from the resort to enable us to use their private jetty. Not all resorts will allow this service so please do confirm with the resort prior to booking. Charges for return transfer will be based on the distance the resort is located from Male.


  • 2.5 hours

Group size

  • Maximum 8 persons

Participation requirements

  • This is an ideal activity for beginners and more experienced snorkelers.
  • Be sure to share your shoe size so we can have the correct fin sizes available for you.


  • Snorkeling equipment/fish ID card
  • Buoyancy aid
  • Water and fresh fruit
  • Secret Paradise snorkeling guide
  • Local tax (10% service charge and 16% GST)

We do provide snorkeling equipment on all our tours but please feel free to bring along your own mask and snorkel. Not only will you be assured your mask fits your face properly and is comfortable and less likely to have leakage, it will also lower any health associated risks. We find that peace of mind goes a long way.

Not included

  • Food

What to bring

  • Refillable water bottle, beach towel, sun glasses, sun hat, water resistant reef friendly sunscreen, underwater camera, snacks, money for personal expenditure.

We recommend the use of a rash guard or t-shirt whilst snorkeling.
For all water based activities we would advise wherever possible for your belongings to be in a ‘dry bag’ and to bring only the minimum requirement. It is also advisable if you intend to take a taxi or bus following your tour to carry a set of dry clothing.

About your guide

One of our experienced and professionally trained Maldivian tour guides will accompany you for the duration of the activity. All our guides hold First Aid and Lifeguard qualifications and have completed Travelife Sustainable Tourism training.

Meet the team

Carbon Footprint

70Kg of CO₂e – average carbon emission per person
Find our more about our Carbon Management here


Explore the Maldives’ stunning array of marine life and corals on this snorkeling safari.

Keep your eyes peeled to spot sea turtles, reef sharks, and rays.

Forget about safety concerns with our certified briefings and guides accompanying you.

What to Expect

Following a safety briefing on responsible snorkeling, put on your provided fins, mask, and snorkel and jump into the warm, azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Keep your eyes open for sea turtles, reef sharks, and rays to which the Maldives is home; youngsters will want to be on the lookout for Nemo (aka clownfish).

Your snorkel guide will provide a safety briefing and highlight how to protect the reefs by being a responsible snorkeler, they will also act as your ‘spotter’ pointing out marine life that may not have caught your eye. They will assist less confident or inexperienced snorkelers, ensuring your equipment is comfortable and you feel safe in the water.

Sites vary depending on weather and current conditions but may include Coral Garden, Kurumba House Reef, Stingray City, and Kandu Giri. Our guides will do their best to spot the marine life you have at the top of your list to encounter but you can be guaranteed an abundance of colorful tropical fish and coral life.

Don’t swim? Don’t worry we provide buoyancy aids for all non-swimmers and our guides will provide instruction and coaching on how to float, snorkel and utilize the equipment. Our guide will assess your confidence and ability in the water to ensure it is safe to proceed to a coral reef area for your first snorkel encounter.

Be Prepared! Learn more about Responsible Snorkeling Conduct here

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