The Malta Tourism 2021 Incentive to attract visiting Scuba Divers to Malta this Summer.
We are excited with the announcement that the Malta Tourism Authority have launched a recovery incentive package to help the Maltese diving Industry. This incentive is aimed at divers looking to visit Malta to enjoy some great diving with us this Summer!
The Malta diving Industry, as with all tourism dependent businesses, has been very hard hit by the decline in incoming tourists since the start of the COVID19 pandemic.
This Support Towards Scuba Diving Tourism in the Maltese Islands, will help to kickstart our economy by seeing divers returning to our shores.
This scheme which has been allocated a total fund of €750,000. This will be in the form of €100 vouchers to be issued to divers who are planning to visit Malta as from June 2021.
Divers need to apply for these voucher online. These diving vouchers can then be redeemed against any scuba diving related service at Maltaqua when you are in Malta! It's Super easy!
Scuba related services include, escorted diving, any PADI or BSAC diver training as well as rental of dive equipment.
Malta has long been a diving hotspot for divers of all levels, so this offer is sure to be grabbed up fast.
Since these vouchers are being offered on a first come basis, you will only be able to apply for one while funds are still available.
We highly recommend applying for your voucher as soon as you can provide proof of your flight tickets to Malta, which is a requirement to apply.
Conditions for these vouchers: You need to show proof of your Flight tickets ( both ways) and you need to insert your passport details.
Application for these vouchers open is open to anyone looking to travel to Malta as from the 1st June to scuba dive!
You can apply for a voucher HERE, if you have any questions relating to this scheme then please do not hesitate to use our online chat option or email us on email@example.com
UPDATE as per 1st August 2021: Kindly note as all vouchers have now been allocated, applications are now on hold.