MATATO opens registration for Australia International Dive Expo

Maldives Association of Travel Agents and Tour Operators (MATATO) has opened registration for the Australia International Dive Expo (AIDE).

In a statement, MATATO said Tuesday that registration for the expo to be held in Sydney from August 3-7 is open till July 8. Interested parties have been asked to fill a co-exhibitor form and send it to the organisation’s secretariat, located on the fourth floor of No. 17 building on Orchid Magu in capital Male.

Running since 2014, AIDE has very quickly grown to become a well-respected event and a useful platform for divers and non-divers alike to discover and learn about the fascinating marine world. The key objective of the expo is to better engage with existing divers and newbies to keep them inspired and curious about life underwater, while updating them with cutting edge technologies and important ongoing conservation practices and other marine interests.

A world-class platform for industry players to better engage with each other, the event will also connect suppliers directly with existing divers and newbies.

Taking place at the newly renovated International Convention Centre Sydney at Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour, AIDE is being held in association with the Sydney International Boat Show, providing the opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their products and services to more than 100,000 visitors.

MATATO has also recently opened registration for the India International Travel Mart Bangalore Edition, which would be held in the Indian IT hub of Bangalore from July 21- 23. Interested parties are requested to register by May 16.

Known internationally as one of the world’s best scuba diving destinations, the Maldives has an abundance of dive sites with one thrilling dive opportunity after another. The islands of the Maldives have consistently warm waters with outstanding visibility throughout the year, and consist of exhilarating dive sites such as vibrant thilas, exciting channels, coral-filled overhangs and fascinating wrecks.

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