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Pelagics such as barracuda, trevally and tuna, and big schools of fusilier, snapper and shark all congregate at the entrances to the channels. Depths inside are mostly 40 to 50 meters with sandy bottom.
Baa Atoll’s marine diversity was awarded UNESCO Reserve status in 2011. Wide channels and big reefs.
Long drift dives, deep water thilas, and plenty of shallow water reefs ideal for beginner divers, snorkeling and night divers.
Reefs rising from the bottom to near the surface allowing safe, controlled diving across the channel when the current is favorable. Mantas, barracudas, eagle rays, napoleon, white tip and grey reef sharks, as well as whale sharks can be seen.
Shark enthusiasts should be here – thresher, tiger, whale sharks, oceanic whitetip, silvertip, grey reef and hammerhead – all in one dive.
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Wide and shallow reefs ideal for beginners. The top of the thila at Ihavandhoo channel is a cleaning station, and when the currents are right, mantas can be found here.
Huvadhoo Atoll has scuba for beginners and advanced divers in the Maldives’ far south. The corals are pristine, and sharks patrol the exhilarating channels. Tiger and whale sharks can also be seen.
Ihavandhippolhu Atoll offers unchartered diving in its wide channels, and advanced divers can explore new sites. Expect vibrant coral, diverse marine life and mantas at the cleaning stations.
Southernmost atoll in the Maldives. This is a great dive site and famous for large manta rays, shipwrecks, and diving with fishes all year round. Addu Gan is the only atoll not affected by the coral bleaching in the Maldives in 1998 so the sea life is vibrant here.
Laamu Atoll’s scuba is suited to beginners as well as advanced divers. Mantas are common in its channels, and Buddhist ruins can be found on Gan – which also has 4 miles (7km) of beach.
Meemu Atoll’s sheltered inner reefs are ideal for beginners. Advanced divers can enjoy the deeper reefs and exhilarating drift dives in the channels. You’ll see pretty corals, mantas and reef sharks.
Noonu Atoll’s scuba is suited to intermediate and advanced divers, but beginners can progress too. Drift dive the channels, meet grey reef sharks, and explore a Christmas tree shaped pinnacle.
Raa Atoll’s scuba is popular for its unspoiled thilas (submerged islands) and is suitable for beginners and advanced divers. Expect pink soft corals, turtles, Napoleon wrasses, reef sharks and mantas.
Thaa Atoll’s diving caters to both beginners and advanced levels. Some dives have strong currents but this brings in the pelagic. Expect large reefs, coral gardens, steep walls and overhangs.
The Vaavu atoll has superb channel diving for beginners and advanced levels. The corals are vibrant, and you might see mantas, hammerheads and whale sharks.
With easy access from Male and the country’s best coral reefs, there is good reason why the Male Atoll is the most visited region in the Maldives. Diving doesn’t get much better.