Amphibians Dive Club Malta
Sunday, 01. March 2015

Welcome to our Club!


The Amphibians SCUBA Diving Club was formed in March 1983 by a group of enthusiasts making it thus the oldest SCUBA club in Malta. The club remains focused on promoting safe scuba diving in the unique crystal clear waters of the Maltese Islands in the middle of the Mediterranean. Protection and conservation of the marine habitat is a priority on all club dives whether from shore or boat dives in open water. Throughout the year the Amphibians are photographing the waters of Malta. Check out their latest work in our Photo Gallery.

On dry land, members meet regularly for dinners, barbeques, cultural tours, hikes, guided walks, clean-ups, weekends in Gozo, and other social events. The Amphibians Diving Club is a small but very active club.

Why not join the Amphibians today?
Enjoy the thrill waiting for you in the silent and tranquil world just below the surface.

Annual membership is only €15·
SCUBA Certification mandatory.



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Amphibians Guided Walk Manikata Rural Heritage Trail

Guided Walk Manikata Trail March 2015 WEB
On Sunday 8 March the Amphibians will be visiting the Manikata Rural Heritage Trail.
During this guided walk we shall visit a strawberry field where information is given about their cultivation.
We shall also visit historical sites which include ir-Razzett tal-Qasam and old farmstead built by the Knights of Malta, medieval cave dwellings, a World War II military pillbox and small Roman tombs. 
Our guided walk will take us through market gardens and olive groves and information will be given about Maltese trees and flora.
The visit will end in a picnic area where typical Maltese food will be served.
We will be meeting at 10.30am near the Scouts camping site just around the corner from the bus stop at the top of Golden Bay.

Photos from Amphibians Hike ta' San Pawl

Hike February 2015 WEB

For those who missed out on the Amphibians Hike ta' San Pawl we are here featuring some of the photos taken during the hike.

Well done goes to Marc and Christine Baluci for the choice of route which proved to be very interesting and informative.

We started off by visiting the Xemxija Heritage Trail, then proceeded up Mizieb Ridge, down along part of Mistra Valley, on to Mistra Bay and Battery, and on to Selmun area. Continuing from here we moved up to the perimeter wall of Fort Campbell and back down to Mistra Valley and finally back to Xemxija via the Roman Baths and Roman Road.

Click on the image on the left to see photos by Marc Baluci, Charles Azzopardi and Alfred Ferrante.

Amphibians Winter Notice Board

Winter 2015 WEB

Keep these dates free.

We have a line-up of interesting activities lined up for the winter months.

Join us for these activities and get your families and friends too.

Amphibians Christmas get-together 2014


Unfortunately sea conditions didn't allow us to carry out our much awaited Christmas Dive this year. However there was quite a happy atmosphere during the small get-together held at Ahrax where we all shared Christmas goodies, mulled wine and celebrated the festive season with the opening of spumante bottles!

Chick poster on the left to view some pictures of the event taken by club member Mario Mula.

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