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Shipwrecks, caves and caverns scatter the coastline of Malta, which makes it a firm favourite for young scuba divers of all abilities. The waters are warm, calm and clear, with sea grass beds and a diverse marine ecosystem, adding colour and charm to underwater ventures. Above the waves, colourful towns and villages dot the island, each one with a community and culture different to the next.

Recommended trip: Our suggested itineraries are based on personal recommendation and can be tailored to suit your school and group.


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Aerial image taken by a drone of Blue Lagoon and boats on Comino Island Malta

The smallest island of Malta is home to the biggest surprises. The warm and shallow cyan waters of The Blue Lagoon are among the greatest dive locations in the Mediterranean.


Popeye Village and Anchor Bay on the island of Malta at sunset

The primary island of the Maltese archipelago and home to the majority of the population, Malta is a beautiful island with historic towns and colourful countryside, most famous for its diving.


View of buildings in Malta's capital city of Valetta, with the Mediterranean sea in the background

Valletta is the capital of Malta and an exciting city for students to explore when not busy diving. The bustling streets and historic buildings create a wonderful atmosphere to absorb.