Where to Dive in Maldives


HP Reef: Submerged reef with 10 meters on top drops down to 30 meters on the edge. This reef has some over hangs with lots of soft corals, with an abundance of fish life. This is also a Marine protected zone.

Nassimo Thila: This is also a submerged reef 100 meters long, 7 meter on top drops down to 25 meters. It has many swim troughs and over hangs, scattered coral heads. Exceptional fish and coral life.

Devils Corner: This is a channel dive starting from HimmaFushi drifting inside of the atoll. Reef starts from 10 meters, sloping down to 30 meters. Ideal dive for incoming current. Average coral life, good fish life.

Wrecks: Maldive Victory; near the Male’ International Airport or Hulhule Island. This is a cargo ship of 50 meter long and 15 meter wide. Sank about 30 years back, sitting at 50 meter seabed.

Diving depths of 100-plus feet (31-plus meters)

Level: for advanced divers only 


100% Local – Maldivian Things to do…


·         Excursion (on request)

·         Barbecue Dinner

·         Sunset Dinner for two

·         Dolphin Watching

·         Traditional Night Fishing

·         Picnic on a Sand Bank


Dolphine Watching

Tropical Whale & Dolphin watching:

Did you know that Maldives ranks among the top five places on Earth for watching whales and dolphins?

Over 20 different species (a quarter of the world’s total) call the Maldives home. These range from the mighty Blue Whale (the largest animal alive) to the diminutive but highly acrobatic Spinner Dolphin.

Spinner Dolphins are the commonest species, and they occur here in their tens of thousands. They have a regular daily routine to their lives, feeding offshore at night, coming into the atolls in the early morning, and leaving again for the open ocean in the late afternoon. This dependable schedule means that it is very easy to find Spinner Dolphins at certain times every day.

You may not have realized this before, but with our unbeatable diversity and abundance of whales and dolphins, plus warm clear waters, Maldives really is one the very best places in the world for whale and dolphin watching!