RIDE DIVE Maldives & Sri Lanka - 3rd to 15th November 2024



Departing 3rd November returning 15th November 2024

If you love sharks, this is going to be the most exciting dive trip to date!  

Looking for the pelagic encounter of a lifetime? Fuvahmulah is guaranteed to impress. No other place in the Maldives, or even Asia, offers divers the chance to encounter seven types of sharks in a single day. And, lucky visitors can also bump into mola molas, pilot whales and congregations of oceanic mantas, as well as schools of barracuda, yellowfin tuna, bonitos, sailfish, and much, much more...

DIVE MALDIVES - Fuvahmulah

The tiny atoll of Fuvahmulah is the closest to the equator of all the country’s islands and reefs. This isolated equatorial location has given birth to a truly unique environment, earning Fuvahmulah the nickname of the Maldivian Galapagos.

Above water Fuvahmulah has freshwater lakes and lush tropical vegetation, but it is the underwater environment that is the real draw as the atoll offers some truly unique diving experiences. Fuvahmulah has over 20 known dive sites, each boasting pristine reefs and drawing large numbers of pelagics, and due to its equatorial location, the diving here isn’t affected by seasonal changes - meaning world-class diving experiences can be had year-round.

The resident tiger sharks first made Fuvahmulah famous, but visitors can also get up-close and personal with thresher sharks, scalloped hammerhead sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks, silvertip sharks, grey reef sharks and whitetip reef sharks. Whale sharks also make an appearance every year as well as black oceanic manta rays. In fact, Fuvahmulah may well be one of the best places in Asia if you want to dive with such a variety of big animals in a wild and relatively unknown destination.


With eight UNESCO listed world heritage sites packed into this small island nation, Sri Lanka offers the traveler a combination of landscapes very few other places can. 

Known to travelers from ancient times, Sri Lanka continues to entice visitors with its breathtaking scenery, palm-skirted beaches, cool hill country and historic monuments. Sri Lanka is one of the smallest land masses on earth to be full of such an amazing variety of experiences for the traveler.

Located off the south east coast of India, it has all the ingredients for a proper biking adventure, including jungle-covered mountain passes, winding routes through cloud forests, and the remnants of ancient civilisations to explore.

What Sri Lanka lacks in size (it is four times smaller than the UK), it certainly makes up for in natural beauty. Picture yourself riding through a mystical cloud forest, or through the jungle-covered mountains of the island’s interior.

For mile upon glorious mile you’ll soak up views of lush tea plantations, interspersed by waterfalls cascading down giant cliff faces.  From whales breaching and dolphins playing, to elephants wandering along the road and leopards basking in the sun, the wildlife puts on quite a show in Sri Lanka.

Brief itinerary:

3rd November 2024 - Depart Sydney at 5:10pm to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

4th November 2024 - Depart Colombo, Sri Lanka at 7am to Gan Island, Maldives.  Shark diving for the next few days.

7th November 2024 - Depart Fuvalmulah island, back to Gan island to fly to Colombo.

8th November 2024 - Riding from Negombo to Knuckles

9th November 2024 - Riding from Knuckles to Nuwara Eliya

10th November 2024 - Riding from Nuwara Eliya to Tissa

11th November 2024 - Riding from Tissa to Mirissa ( Yala Safari tour day )

13th November 2024 - Riding Mirissa to Ratnapura

14th November 2024 - Riding Ratnapura to Negombo

15th November 2024 - Depart Sri Lanka to Sydney


Trip includes:

  • All flights ex Sydney return
  • All transfers
  • Speed boat Gan-Fuvahmulah-Gan
  • Accommodation at Zero Degree, Fuvamulah - Deluxe Room -Twin/DBL
  • All meals included
  • 6 dives, including tanks and weights, Tiger Zoo included daily
  • Experienced English speaking tour leader on motorbike
  • Tour mechanic in support van
  • Motorbike Rental (a mix of Baja / XR 250cc and 230cc and 350cc Royal Enfield)
  • All accommodation – 7 nights in Sri Lanka
  • Well-appointed 3-4 star accommodation will be used throughout the ride
    For private rooms, a single supplement fee will apply
  • All non-alcoholic liquid refreshments on ride days
  • All meals
  • All entrance fees on ride days
  • Support van for luggage

What you need to supply:

  • Visa to Sri Lanka
  • Alcohol
  • Lunch on any designated rest day ( there are only 2 )
  • Travel insurance
  • International motorcycle licence
  • Your own motorcycle gear, helmets you can hire over there.
  • Dive gear, you can hire from us if required
    • BCD, Regs & dive computer
    • Wetsuit or drysuit
    • Safety marker buoy


  • $7190 per rider

Upgrades available:

  • Single room accommodation whilst in the Maldives