6 Nights BB Accommodation and PADI Open Water Course for two persons.
The Open Water Diver course is the first step to become a diver. 5 dives in the lagoon and 4 dive from the boat with a max. depth limit of 18 Meters and 5 theory lessons, will allow you to dive anywhere in the world to a max depth of 18 meters.
The duration of the course will be 5 days.
Complete rental equipment on loan including tank filling
Student Kit - course material, course manual and certification costs
When it comes to diving the Maldives is in a class of its own, but the best dive spots do not have to cost a fortune. For divers or guests wishing to learn to dive on a budget Hulhumale Inn, situated on the developing island of Hulhumale, provides an ideal base from which to start your learning and explore the dive sites in North Male Atoll.
Open Water Course includes
There are plenty of local coffee shops, a handful of restaurants and a small local shopping area. The beach located behind the hotel is an endless stretch of sand and provides the ideal location to swim, snorkel or just relax after a great days diving. The capital Male is just a 20 minute ferry journey away and for those who like to end their day with a beer the only hotel serving alcohol on a local island is a short bus journey.
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|Location||Hulhumale Inn – Hulhumale|
|Space offered||Bed & breakfast room|
|Includes||Private room to yourselves|
1 × Double bed
Flexible: Full refund up until 48 hours prior to check-in, except fees.
a) Cancellations made between 0 and 2 full days prior to local check-in time, or no show, guests will be charged 30% of total booking value.
b) Cancellations made 3 or more full days prior to local check-in time, guests will receive a full refund of their deposit, except fees.
c) In the event of a premature departure or cancellation, the nights not spent 24 hours thereafter are not charged.
The following local taxes are INCLUDED in room price:
Standard Rooms will accommodate an extra bed upon request.
Local Island Toursim
The Maldives is a Muslim country and care needs to be taken in relation to the dress code on local islands. Whilst it is acceptable for men to wear T Shirts and shorts or swim shorts; females should avoid causing offence by maintaining a more conservative approach to clothes by wearing T Shirts, loose shorts or sarongs and avoid wearing bikinis and swimwear unless on an un- inhabited island, picnic island, sandbank, dive boat or resort.
Maldivians, being Muslims, are prohibited by law from consuming alcohol; hence there is a total restriction on alcohol being available on inhabited local islands, this includes the capital Male. Alcohol is available at Hulhule Island Hotel which is located at the airport. All tourist resorts, safari yachts and hotels stock alcohol for guest consumption. Traditional beverages include “toddy” – aged coconut sap and plain coconut sap. Alcohol can not be brought through the airport and if found in luggage at time of x-ray when passing through customs it will be confiscated.