Dive 1 (morning) Dhigu Thila, Baa Atoll Our first dive of day 5 started on Dhigu Thila.Dhigu in Maldivian means long. It is quite long and narrow. So we had quite a distance to drift and cover in the small current. We had overhangs with Soft Coral and Sea Fans. fish life was excellent. This [...]
Dive 1 (morning) Dharavandhoo Thila, Baa Atoll This morning started really wet with rough sea with winds, everything that would make you wish for a miracle. First we checked out Hanifaru but there was no action so we made our way to Dharavandhoo Thila which is just the opposite of the island Dharavandhoo. We had [...]
Location: Kuda Thila, Baa Atoll Dive 1 (Morning) Early wake up call. We started our day with a medium current on Kuda Thila with lots of goodies. There was a lot of action on the start of the dive as Blue Fin Travellies were hunting the anchovies at shallow waters. We came across a Leaf [...]
Day 1 (morning) Location Finger Point, North Male’ Atoll 1st dive of the day, we had great visibility was of 30 meters medium currents following in side of the atoll, We drifted with the current to a slope of the reef towards the blue and were greeted with a school of eagle rays, As the [...]
Dive 1-Morning Location: Banana Reef, North Male’ Atoll Did the orientation dive here. Banana reef was quite pleasant with a medium current. A lot of variety of fish was there. The cleaning stations were bustling with activity. Varieties of fish were getting cleaned by the Cleaner Wrasses. Dive 2-Noon Location: Lankan Manta Point, North [...]
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Every year around the months of September to the end of November in North Male’ Atoll, a spectacular show starts around the reefs of the small islands. Mantra Rays (Manta alfredi) start gathering. First in small numbers. Then more and more until they form huge groups. Manta rays may reach a disc width of up [...]