Diving

A Dream to Dive in

Nature’s Playground, at the Equator!

With every dive, divers have an opportunity to encounter plentiful varieties of massive pelagic fish such as Giant Trevallies, Snappers, Great Barracudas, Skipjack and Dogtooth Tunas, and a whole host of spectacular reef fish that come with a healthy and thriving coral reef. 

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1. Maaneyre

One of the grandest attractions for divers coming to Fuvahmulah, also a Protected Marine Area. This is the submerged reef that stretch outward from the southern tip of the island. Top of the reef ranges from 10 to 15 meters and slopes off into the big blue. The area is home to the most diverse range of pelagic species an observer can have on a single dive.

Maaneyre is great for Manta, Whaleshark, Tigershark 

2. Farikede

Regulars : Manta / Whaleshark / Tigershark 

One of the grandest attractions for divers coming to Fuvahmulah, also a Protected Marine Area. This is the submerged reef that stretch outward from the southern tip of the island. Top of the reef ranges from 10 to 15 meters and slopes off into the big blue. The area is home to the most diverse range of pelagic species an observer can have on a single dive.

Maaneyre is great for Manta, Whaleshark, Tigershark 

3. Neregando

Regulars : Manta / Whaleshark / Tigershark 

One of the grandest attractions for divers coming to Fuvahmulah, also a Protected Marine Area. This is the submerged reef that stretch outward from the southern tip of the island. Top of the reef ranges from 10 to 15 meters and slopes off into the big blue. The area is home to the most diverse range of pelagic species an observer can have on a single dive.

Maaneyre is great for Manta, Whaleshark, Tigershark 

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