News

Malta Scuba Diving Course

Malta Scuba Diving Course

This course will provide you with the inside knowledge and the top tips to sell the Maltese Islands to your clients who are looking to take their dive qualification or to more experienced divers who have yet to experience the breath-taking dive sites.

Course highlight: Check out the top wreck, cave and reef sites surrounding the Maltese Islands.

The Maltese Islands, repeatedly voted second best dive destination in the world, offer an abundance of reefs, stunning caverns, caves and spectacular wrecks. The water surrounding the Mediterranean archipelago is known for its pristine transparency, warmth and azure blue colour.

Malta, Gozo and Comino are home to over 100 dive sites collectively. Whether your client is an experienced diver or a beginner, the diverse dive offering appeals to all levels and has divers returning year after year.

If your clients have yet to experience scuba diving, you can feel confident about diving in Malta: there are over 50 dive centres across the islands and English is an official language. A full range of programmes is available, from ‘try dives’ to qualified diving courses.

The relatively small archipelago offers more shore-dives than anywhere else in the Mediterranean. This provides a great opportunity for divers to rent a 4×4 and visit the incredible sites at their own pace – the Islands are very easy to navigate and the ferry crossing from Malta to Gozo is just 25 minutes.

This course comprises eight lessons. See: www.malta-training.com

Click to add a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News

NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

More in News

Aer Lingus Resumes Dublin to Toronto Service

Fionn DavenportSeptember 17, 2021

ITTN Awards: Remember to Nominate Your Agency

Fionn DavenportSeptember 17, 2021

Dublin in Shortlist for European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022

Fionn DavenportSeptember 17, 2021

Air France KLM Appoints New General Manager for UK & Ireland

Leona KennySeptember 17, 2021

Visit Portugal Launches Digital Wine Platform

Leona KennySeptember 17, 2021

Ryanair Launches Extra Flights from Dublin for October Midterm Break

Leona KennySeptember 17, 2021

Italy to Make Vaccine Passport Mandatory for all Workers

Fionn DavenportSeptember 17, 2021

MSC Divina Resumes Sailing with Three-Night Caribbean Cruise

Fionn DavenportSeptember 17, 2021

Europe’s Hidden Highlights on Newstalk: Menton & The Côte d’Azur

Leona KennySeptember 17, 2021

Copyright © 2021 ittn