Diving in Malta & Gozo

The Three Islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino are a scuba diving dream for both Divers and Snorklers alike and has earned them the reputation of being one of the most popular destinations for Scuba Diving in the World.

Diving in Malta is possible practically All Year Round due to the good weather conditions, with water temperatures reaching 26 degrees Celsius in the summer and go down to a minimum of 13 degrees Celsius in the winter. Underwater visibility varies, but is fair to say that visibility is at an average of 30 meters per day.

Malta also holds the reputation of having some of the cleanest waters for diving in the Mediterranean. Being an island, if the seas are rough, there is always a sheltered cove for a good dive.

Malta is also very popular for diving wrecks and there are many different sites around the Islands, with some wrecks dating pre World War II. Wreck Dives are suitable for all levels of divers as they vary in depth, ranging between 15 meters and 60 meters. For those divers who are not fond of Wreck Dives, then one can experience the Shallower Reefs, Various Rock Formations & the Mediterranean Marine Life.

Malta offers perfectly safe diving conditions and gives you a real taster of the under water world. If you are new to diving, you can be guaranteed to be in the water from day one.

A Few Popular Diving Sites in Malta, Gozo and Comino are: Ahrax Point, Anchor Bay, Circewwa, Ghar Lapsi, Merkanti Reef. Azure Window Dwejra, Double Arch Reef,  Reqqa Point, Mgarr Ix Xini, Irqieq Point, St Marija Cave.