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Frequent question and answer

Where can I see Tiger Sharks in Maldives?

Fuvahmulah is the best location in the world to get close encounters with Tiger Sharks.. The Island is a home to the tiger shark and 100% guaranteed Tiger Shark Encounter.

When is the best time of year to visit Fuvahmulah to see the Tiger Shark?

Tiger Sharks can be observed all year around in Fuvahmulah.

Completed project

PADI Open Water to Dive Master Courses, fully-funded by the Government under the COVIDE-19 Income Support Project. This program carried out by collaborating Ministry of Economic Development.

Progam aim to increase employability through training for individuals who were impacted by COVID-19 pandemic.

7 students are currently enrolled,

Team Extreme
Extreme boat dive fuvahmulah
PADI Instructor training course at Extreme Dive Fuvahmulah

Extreme Dive Fuvahmulah hosted the Maldives' first under water certificate awarding event

Congratulations to all of the students who completed the PADI divemaster course under the government funded programs. Mr. Ismail Rafeeq, mayor of Fuvahmulah City, was the chief guest at our event, which was the Maldives' first underwater certificate awarding ceremony in a pool. Extreme Dive Fuvahmulah team and management would like to thank Mayor Mr. Ismail Rafeeq for accepting our invitation to be the chief guest at our certification ceremony. The program's presence greatly encouraged us and enhanced its value. It was an honor to have the mayor as the chief guest at our event.

Hight Lights

Fuvahmulah City Mayor Mr. Ismail Rafeequ undertook dive training at Extreme Dive Fuvahmulah to Support the Ocean_650 Dive Event. Shafraz Naseem conducted pool confined water dive training to the Major.  

Shafraz Naseem has completed a 50-hour underwater dive in the Ocean_650 event held to celebrate the golden jubilee of Maldives tourism this year.Shafraz Naeem completed the full two-day immersion on the afternoon of 27th February 2022 and achieved the national and regional record for the longest open saltwater scuba dive.

Which aimed to call attention to the damage done by plastic pollution to the country's marine ecosystems and to promote alternatives to plastic as well as sustainable and environment friendly practices within Maldivian communities..

Shafraz and FVM major at Extreme Dive
Fuvahmulah Major taking pool dive at Extreme dive
Mayor Issey Diving with Extreme Dive