Maldives Dive Travel Facebook Fans Reach 5,000
MALE, Maldives, July 20, 2010. Maldives Dive Travel Facebook fans have been jumping on board throughout the last year and there are now 5,080 as of July 20. As the leading provider of liveaboard scuba diving holidays in the Maldives, Maldives Dive Travel’s position as one of the most popular Maldives-related Facebook pages demonstrates the company’s success as a tourism company in the area.
Maldives Dive Travel’s presence on Facebook began in 2009 and has been expanding rapidly “This has been an incredible year,” said Mona Sutherland, PR Manager for Maldives Dive Travel. “We are so excited about the number of people who are interested in Maldives Dive Travel!”
One of the reasons for Maldives Dive Travel’s success, both on and off Facebook, is the Best Price Guarantee. Thanks to the volume of scuba diving holidays managed by Maldives Dive Travel, they are able to offer the most competitive prices in the industry and in case a customer finds a better deal out there with another provider, Maldives Dive Travel will beat that price. Customers just need to send in proof of the quote from the competitor.
Maldives Dive Travel’s presence on Facebook seeks to introduce people to the stunning beauty of the Maldives, to the vacation opportunities that exist there and to spread the word about this world-class scuba diving destination. The company uses the Facebook page to let friends know about upcoming special offers, interesting happenings and to share high-quality photos and videos, which serve to further interest the user in a diving holiday in the Maldives.
At present, Maldives Dive Travel is promoting a series of special whale shark diving trips that are happening this summer. The routes of these diving safaris are planned to coincide with the movement patterns of the amazing whale shark, allowing divers the opportunity to jump in and swim with the majestic creatures between their dives. The Maldives is one of the few destinations in the world where you have good chances of seeing a whale shark year-round.
The other big draw of diving in the Maldives at the moment is the amazing “manta ray feeding frenzy” which occurs between July and September in Hanifaru Bay each year. The phenomenon was featured in National Geographic magazine last year and has since been attracting many keen divers who are curious to see the enormous manta rays in this fascinating performance.