Dive Sites

Hafsa Thila

Hafsa Thila
Hafsa Thila is one of the dive site with the most fish we have. You will see schools of Big Eyes, Blue Striped Snappers, Big Eyed Jack and Fusiliers. As soon as you start making your decent down to... Read More

Maaya Thila

Maaya Thila
Another great dive, as Fish Head, also protected as a Marine Reserve by the Maldivian government. Although grey reef sharks are also quite common at Maaya Thila, the smaller white tips are the... Read More

Fish Head

Fish Head
Mushimasmingili Reef also knows as Fish Head is protected by the Maldivian government. No anchoring, no fishing, no collecting of shells or coral allowed. This is the most famous diving spot in our area...Read More

Maalhos Thila

Maalhos Thila
On the northern side of Maalhos Island in Maalhohu Uthuru Kandu is Maalhos Thila, otherwise known as Blue caves. The top of the Maalhos Thila is at about eight to twelve meters and on the south... Read More

Bathala Maaga KT

Bathala Maaga KT
The diving section of this reef is about 300 metres long and 20 metres wide, the depth ranges from 4 to 30 metres. The top of the reef is flat with a drop off on each side, steeper on the ocean side. The quality... Read More

Beyru Kandu Thila

Beyru Kandu Thila
Beyru Kandu Thila is a very long submerged part of the barrier of the atoll (about 600 m.). The top of it varies between 8 and 16 meters and is about 20 meters large. The current comes normally... Read More

Ellaidhoo Thila

Ellaidhoo Thila
This a long Thila with a sloping wall just a short distance from Ellaidhoo Island. At places along the reef of Ellaidhoo Thila there are amazing overhangs and small swim-throughs with a variety of fish. The... Read More

Fesdu Wreck

Fesdu Wreck
Fesdu Wreck is the wreck of a 30 meters coastal fishing trawler that lies upright on the bottom at 20 meters with the bow facing almost north. The top of the wheelhouse is at 24 meters and the propeller... Read More

Kandulodhoo TH

Kandulodhoo TH
Kandulodhoo Thila is a small reef located on north west of Kandhooludoo Island. The reef it self is sorruonded by an amazing variety of fish and very often you can hardly see the surface. On the north... Read More

Bathala HR

Bathala HR
This is a drift dive on the slopes and walls along the island called Bathala for new and experienced divers. Trigger fish, moray eels, big jackfish are found right in front of the jetty. Some stingrays... Read More

Bathala Thila

Bathala Thila
Bathala Thila is a small thila just east of Bathala Island. The top of the thila is at approximately 10 meters and is covered with soft coral and some table corals. Red anemones and a variety of nudibranchs... Read More

Bodu Thila

Bodu Thila
To the east of Halaveli, between Bathala Maaga and Medu Faru, are three thilas in close proximity; sometimes they are referred to as Tin Thila. The largest one is Bodu Thila and is 250 meters long... Read More

Dhigu Thila

Dhigu Thila
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Donkalo Thila

Donkalo Thila
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Manta Point

Manta Point
Emas Thila also knows as Manta Point is about 1 Km long and is a gathering point for Mantas during the north-east monsoon season. It is also an excellent drift dive on both the north and south sides... Read More

Halaveli Lagoon

Halaveli Lagoon
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Halaveli Wreck

Halaveli Wreck
The Halaveli wreck, originally the “Highly 18”, is a cargo vessel sunk by the Halaveli Diving Center in 1991. It sits upright with the bow facing northwest, 20 meters from the reef. The deck is at 21... Read More

Kandulodhoo HR

Kandulodhoo HR
Kandoludhoo House Reef is famous for its colorful variety of table coral formations. It is one of the few islands that can boast about the re-growth of coral. This dive is excellent for new or experienced divers... Read More

Khandu Thila

Khandu Thila
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Kuda Thila

Kuda Thila
A small (kuda means small in the local language Dhivehi) round reef near Bodu Thilla. The Kuda Thila reef starts at 4 meters and ends at 35 meters on the sandy bottom. We can only dive there when... Read More

Madivaru Lagoon

Madivaru Lagoon
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Mary Thila

Mary Thila
South of Bathala Island, between Bathala House reef and the open ocean we can find this peculiar reef formation as two pinnacles connected by a sandy bottom - Mary Thila. This dive site is possible... Read More

Medu Thila

Medu Thila
Medu Thila is a slightly bigger reef than kuda thila (medu means medium), situated between Kuda and Bodu thila. It is the same kind and quality of dive than kuda thila. A small oval reef that starts at... Read More

Orimas Thila

Orimas Thila
Orimas Thila is sometimes called Maaga Thila after the island to the north. The northern side of this 100-meter long reef has a superb landscape with a number of distinctive features, which makes it stand... Read More

Rasdhoo MK

Rasdhoo MK
It is from the deep waters on the outside wall of Rasdhoo-Madivaru that scalloped hammerhead sharks, Sphyrna lewini, rise in the early hours of the morning to accessible viewing depths. More than... Read More

Ukulas Thila

Ukulas Thila
Ukulas Thila is a long and narrow pinnacle that rises up from the bottom, which can be found at 30m. A flat top reef starts at around 13-14m, which is scattered with numerous coral blocks that come up to approximately 8-10m. Read More