Amphibians Dive Club Malta
Thursday, 11. February 2016

Welcome to our Club!


The Amphibians SCUBA Diving Club was formed in March 1983 by a group of diving 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.

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.

Check out photos from some of our activities in our Photo Gallery.

Why not join the Amphibians today?
If you enjoy diving and at the same time making new friends and want to join our many activities, then all you have to do is join us.

Annual membership is only €15·
SCUBA Certification mandatory.



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Photos from Amphibians Hike ta' San Pawl 2016



Hike February 2016 WEB

On Wednesday 10 February 2016 the Amphibians headed towards Bahrija Valley and on up to il-Qlejgha bronze-age site then down to il-Blata tal-Melh on the west coast then along Rdum Vigarju and Rdum tas-Sarg to Migra Ferha gorge for a lunch break. From here we continued along the cliff edge to Ras id-Dawwara then up through Mtahleb to the Church on the cliff edge and back to Bahrija valley along the paths on top of the cliffs.

It was a lovely trekk that took us along Malta's westerly coast along some spectacular views. Well done to Marc and Christine Baluci for planning the trekk.

Click on image for photos of the trekk by Mario Mula and Charles Azzopardi.