One of the grandest attractions for divers coming to Fuvahmulah, also a Bio Sphear Reserve, is the submerged reef that stretches outward from the southern tip of the island. This area is home to the most diverse range of pelagic species an observer can have on a single dive.
You will see manta rays, whale sharks, eagle rays, turtles, dolphins, jacks, and tuna. The reef starts at about 10 feet deep and goes down to about 150 feet deep. There are still parts of this reef that have not been explored yet.
Diving here is usually done in two ways: either by boat or by shore entry. Boat diving is common because it is easier, safer, and more convenient. However, shore entry can be done by those who are adventurous enough to do so (but please take care).