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Spend ten days exploring both Malta and Gozo with the chance to explore both wrecks and caves.

Begin your adventure on Malta, spending a week here to discover all it has to offer, both underwater and topside. 

Transfer via ferry to the charming island of Gozo for your last few days. Here, the pace of life is slower and the diving conditions superb, with a spectacular variety of dive sites.

Suggested Itinerary

  1. Day 1: Fly to Malta

    On arrival transfer to the Sands Apartments or Dolmen Hotel for a seven night stay.

  2. Days 2-6 : Enjoy five days of diving Malta’s wrecks

    The majority of dive sites can be reached from the shore. Dive sites visited include a mix of wrecks, reefs and caves. There's something for everyone depending on your level of certification.

  3. Day 7: At leisure to explore Malta’s unique culture and history

  4. Day 8: Transfer to Gozo

    Road and ferry transfer over to your chosen accommodation in Gozo for a further three nights.

  5. Days 9-10 : Two days shore diving around Gozo

    The natural landscape around this small island has created 25 dive sites consisting of cracks, holes, caves and caverns for divers to explore, the most famous being the blue hole at Dwejra.

  6. Day 11: Return to the UK

You should note: No diving in Malta on Sundays. Want to stay longer in either location? Contact the Dive team with your request.

Key info

Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 11 days from £1,075 pp
  • When to go: Apr-Oct: Daily departures throughout the year. Best dived in summer months.
  • Included in the price/package:
    • Flights from the UK
    • 10 nights accommodation
    • 7 days diving
    • Tanks & weights
    • Transfers
Featured locations:


The charming island of Gozo is reached by a 30 minute ferry from Malta and the pace of life is slower. There’s a lot to pack in here, from exploring its rugged landscape and spectacular coastline to its medieval citadels and the small streets of the capital, Victoria.

  • Ideal for viewing: Atlantic bluefin tuna, common octopus, grouper
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Shore diving


Located at the heart of the Mediterranean, the English speaking nation of Malta offers year round sunshine and an intriguing history. Consisting of three islands, each has its own characteristics and a spectacular variety of dive sites, mainly famed for wrecks and caves.

  • Ideal for viewing: Atlantic bluefin tuna, common octopus
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Family diving, Group diving, Learn to dive, Shore diving, Wreck diving
Suggested accommodation options are shown below. Please contact us for further recommendations.

Sands Apartments

Located in the village of St.Paul’s Bay to the north of Malta, these self catering apartments are a comfortable and affordable choice for divers, and are only a few minutes’ walk to the dive centre.

Atlantis Lodge

Conveniently located next door to the dive centre in Marsalforn Bay, Atlantis Lodge caters exclusively for divers. The small property is an ideal choice for those wanting to discover Gozo.

Dolmen Hotel

Superbly located at the water's edge, the 4-star Dolmen Hotel has 413 guest rooms and suites, offering panoramic views over the Mediterranean Sea, St. Paul’s Bay or the beautiful landscaped gardens.

Grand Hotel Gozo

Situated above Mgarr Harbour, gateway to Gozo, this hotel enjoys panoramic views of Malta and Comino across the Gozo Channel. Facilities include indoor and outdoor swimming pools and an Elemis Spa.

Hotel Calypso Gozo

Overlooking Marsalforn Bay on the north coast of Gozo, Hotel Calypso is ideally located for divers and holidaymakers looking to explore this wonderful island, with many activities accessible from here.