Galileo Dive Safari Gives Guests Amazing Diving Experience
Galileo Gives Guests Great Diving Experience in the Maldives
The Galileo liveaboard, a true explorer-style vessel regarded as one of the most well-equipped scuba diving safari boats in the Maldives, is currently cruising around the northern part of the Ari Atoll. There are 13 guests currently on board Galileo, from countries around the world, including Estonia, Italy, Spain, Germany and Singapore, making this a true “United Nations” style adventure.
Galileo Liveaboard Guests Enjoy Amazing Diving
Today, December 11 2009, the guests were treated to an amazing dive at the Woshimas Thila dive site where they saw seven enormous grey reef sharks. Later on in the day, the guests enjoyed an hour-long manta ray “show” at the cleaning station Donkalho and to top off the incredible day, they dove at Hafza, where they saw not one, but three leopard sharks!
Galileo Dive Safari Itinerary
This seven-night safari on Galileo gives guest the opportunity to have incredible diving experiences like this every day of the trip. 2 or 3 dives are held each day, including one night-dive a week. The trip also includes a beach barbecue party and many other activities on the boat including snorkeling, sunbathing, swimming and fishing. One of the coolest experiences of a diving safari in the Maldives, besides the diving of course, is when a freshly caught tuna is served up sashimi-style as the afternoon snack!
Galileo Liveaboard Special Offers
Galileo liveaboard, the most high-tech safari ship in the Maldives, currently has some great special offers that make an amazing scuba diving holiday in the Maldives much more affordable than you had probably expected. The following cruises all include accommodation, meals and all scuba diving. Alcoholic drinks are charged at additional costs and you will receive a bill for them at the end of your holiday.
January 4 – 18 2010 – 14-night Galileo Diving Safari – EUR 1,764 per person
January 18 – 25 – 7-night Galileo Diving Safari – EUR 756 per person
February 25 – March 4 – 7-night Galileo Diving Safari – EUR 882 per person
Note: This safari starts and ends in the Laamu Atoll (south Maldives), so you need to purchase a return flight from Male International Airport to Kaddhoo. This will cost approximately USD 250 and is not included in the price of the safari.
March 4 – 11 – 7-night Galileo Diving Safari – EUR 882 per person
Note: This safari starts and ends in the Laamu Atoll (south Maldives), so you need to purchase a return flight from Male International Airport to Kaddhoo. This will cost approximately USD 250 and is not included in the price of the safari. To find out more about the Galileo Liveaboard ship and the dive safaris operated around the Maldives, visit the Galileo Liveaboard information page.