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*International airfare is included in the cost.
What`s included
  • Return flights Glasgow - Malta - Glasgow,
  • Airport Transfers,
  • All airport and destination taxes,
  • 7 Nights Accommodation 4* hotel,
  • Meals HB (all breakfasts and dinners),
  • 10 Shore dives escorted by an instructor,
  • Road transportation,
  • Tank and weights hire,
  • Local dive guides,
  • Full-time experienced tour leader who will be with you throughout the whole trip,
  • Full ATOL protection.
Trip start / finish
Glasgow / Glasgow
Group size
min: 6, max: 14 people
What`s not included
  • Travel insurance and diving insurance (DAN recommended),
  • Additional dives not included in the price or boat diving,
  • Hire of the diving equipment (full set costs 75 Euro per 10 dives).
Trip notes
Dates & prices
Diving Adventure in Malta
Countries: Malta
Duration: 8 days
Trip code: MAL12

The Maltese islands offer some of the best diving in the Mediterranean. The rocky coastline is surrounded by clear unpolluted waters. With a geographical location, wonderful diving sites, stunning landscapes, sunny weather and 7,000 years of fascinating history, Malta is a perfect destination for your holiday. Here you can dive to discover and explore the lively marine life of the crystal clear water for an experience of a lifetime. Whatever your diving interest or level of experience is you can explore historical wrecks, natural reefs, and see a variety of marine life in unique underwater landscapes. With so many dive sites around Malta, and day trips by boat to the islands of Comino and Gozo, the adventures are endless.

Glasgow - Malta - Glasgow

Trip itinerary

Day 1 - Glasgow/London - Valleta - St. Paul's Bay
Depart from Glasgow to Valletta. Travellers arrive to Valletta where the tour leader waits for the group. Transfert from the airport to hotel. In the afternoon there is time to relax.

Day 2/6 - Malta (5 breakfasts / 5 dinners)
Maltese islands offer lots of beautiful dive sites. During the next 5 days we will explore different places around the islands (10 dives package included in the price). Most of the diving is shore based, so we drive to the various dive locations based on the sea conditions of the day. This is also a great way to get to see the site in Malta, other than just the diving. The dives can be a selection of reef, wrecks or cavern dives, depending on your preference. Below we present a few of the most popular wrecks:

The Rozi was a 40 metre long tugboat purposefully sunk in 1991 as a submarine tourist attraction for Captain Morgan's Underwater Safari Tours. The wreck sits straight on the sandy seabed, undamaged except for the engine, propellers and rudders which were removed before sinking This is one of the most popular dive sites on the Maltese Islands . The ship is surrounded by the huge number of coloured fish which attract divers. The maximum depth of this dive is 36 metres.
Minimum certification: Advanced
Average depth: 30 m

 P29 was the former German Kondor-class minesweeper. The ship was built by Peenewerft shipyard for the German Navy and later served with the Armed Forces of Malta for over 12 years where it was involved in several patrol and border control operations. P29 was intentionally scuttled off Cirkewwa in Malta, just opposite the ferry terminal, on 14 August 2007. The wreck lies stern towards shore and is 52 m long and is located at a depth of 37 m, with the top of the mast reaching 21 m.
Minimum certification: Advanced
Average depth: 30 m

The Um El Faroud was a Libyan wreck built in 1969. It was a gas tanker that was being worked on in a Maltese dry dock when a gas explosion on board killed 9 Maltese dockyard workers in February 1995. 3 years after the accident, the ship was moved to its current position where it was scuttled for use as another divers’ attraction. The Um El Faroud weighs 10,000 tons and was 115 metres long. Nowadays the wreck is broken in two large chunks, after a severe storm hit.
Minimum certification: Advanced
Average depth: 30 m

HMS Maori served with the Mediterranean Fleet, which was involved in the hunt and destruction of German battleship Bismarck in May 1941. Maori was attacked by German aircraft and sank at her moorings in the Malta Grand Harbour in February 1942 with the loss of one person. Located 70 metres from shore close to the main harbour of Valetta next to St Elmo’s fort is now a popular, historical dive site. Maori lies on the sandy bottom at a depth of around 18 metres. Her guns were removed. The bows and stern are gone, however part of the raised bridge is still there. Divers find there lots of different fish and other creatures such as octopus and sea horses.
Minimum certification: Open Water
Average depth: 18 m

Day 7 - Malta
Today you have free time to explore on your own amazing Malta or you can relax on one of the beautiful beaches. Your leader can help organise any activities that you would like to do. 

Day 8 - Valletta - Glasgow/London
Today will be the last day of your diving trip and you will have time to spend at your leisure, exploring Malta on your own, before  transfer to the airport for your return flight to the United Kingdom.

Special offer for our divers.
Fancy doing your Advanced Open Water? Use 5 dives from your 10 dive package and you will complete you Advanced Open Water in super price!


Topaz 4* is a hotel complex situated in the popular resort of Bugibba, Malta. The hotel facilities include a small indoor and an outdoor swimming pool for adults and children, restaurants and bars, a sauna, a jacuzzi and a games room, among others. The hotel is within a short distance from the beach and our dive centre, 1 km from the town centre and approximately 17 km from the airport.

Buffet Breakfast - 07.30 am to 10.00 am.
Buffet Dinner - 6.30 pm to 9.15 pm.
Drinks are payable extra to the dinner.

Room Facilities:
TV, hair dryer, safe box, air-conditioner