Archive for: ‘February 2011’

White Whale Shark

February 28, 2011 Posted by admin

The appearance of whale shark is different from animal to animal; the patterns are the equivalent of the human fingerprint. You will see from looking at Maldives pictures of whale shark that typically the colour of whale shark is dark grey or black with white spots on their backs and a usually white underbelly. As you might imagine, the whale shark is a very heavy creature, with most adult whale sharks reaching weights of around 20 tons. Whale shark teeth are quite a force to be reckoned with: the average white whale shark specimen has between 300 and 400 rows of tiny teeth – although fortunately these are used for filtering rather than biting.

Vacations Maldives

February 18, 2011 Posted by admin

The Indian Ocean plays a big part in dictating the vacation weather for Maldives; the sea breeze keeps the air in motion, mitigating the heat and keeping the humidity relatively high. In addition, the ocean acts as a heat buffer, absorbing, trapping and gently releasing the heat.
Whereas the rainy season can be very temperamental, the dry season delivers the most popular weather conditions in the Maldives, for scuba diving vacations Maldives, romantic honeymoon vacations, liveaboard cruises and much, much more!
The temperature for your vacation in Maldives ranges between a blissful 24°C and 33°C, with the annual rainfall averaging about 2540 mm in the North and 3810 mm in the South.
The water temperature ranges between 22°C and 28°C on average, a fact that makes Maldives vacation destinations so appealing for scuba divers and underwater enthusiasts. Humidity averages at around 80% throughout the year, which completes the refreshing climate conditions for your ideal Maldives vacations package.
To see the current weather in maldives, or a detailed breakdown of weather statistics for maldives by month, check out our maldives weather page!

Diving Manta Ray

February 17, 2011 Posted by admin

These enormous, diamond-shaped flat animals have a smooth grey-black back with a unique set of markings. Their underside is white or spotted and is marked by a set of gills.
They have large mouths, but manta ray teeth have disappeared with evolution, leaving only a row of vestigial teeth on the lower the jaw of the manta ray. Divers can enjoy the opportunity of diving manta ray in Maldives throughout the year, but the areas frequented by the manta rays vary with the seasons. The weather maldives manta ray has evolved to be a filter feeder and the manta ray diet consists mainly of plankton and fish larvae.