Dive Center Hakuraa


Dive sites


Fashan Corner

20 minutes south west direction, inner reef

Situated

20 minutes south west direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

coral slope between 0 – 15 m various kind of hard corals, angel fish, sergeant fish, mullets, puffer fish, scorpion fish, lion fish, parrot fish, sleeping mangrove stingray or shark, eagle ray and turtle.

Difficulty

 beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you start the dive on the right or left shoulder from the big stick on the top reef. The best idea is to descend to 15 m and look for some sleeping sharks or stingrays after a while ascend into the shallow area to enjoy the hard coral garden and the various different fish.

Gaathu Giri

10 minutes north direction, inner reef

Situated

10 minutes north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

small giri with different kind of hard and soft corals, huge black corals,  magnificent & bubble anemones, parrot fish, giant clams, scorpion fish, fusilier, sergeant fish, octopus and very friendly turtles.

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Usually we start the dive on the sand plateau on the NE. If you take the reef on the right shoulder you will find big black corals in the depth of 25 m followed by some small overhangs with glass fish & cleaner shrimps. There is as well a good chance to spot some nice nudibranches, scorpion fish and stone fish. The best chance to find turtles is in the shallow area on the south side or in the coral garden on the north of the Giri. Experienced divers could try to cross to the little thila on the east side of the giri to explore big schools of fish.

Haatha Giri

20 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Situated

20 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

small giri with brown soft corals, magnificent anemones, glass fish, lobsters, scorpion fish, angel fish, butterfly fish, parrot fish, small moray eels, puffer fish, milk fish, white tip reef shark, turtle.

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump at the slope on the south side of the Giri and take the reef on the right shoulder on about 18 m, until you reach the west corner with the little overhang full of glass fish and some lobsters. Ascend there to the shallow area and you will find a block with some feather stars. Turn now and take the reef on the left shoulder to see the brown soft corals and magnificent anemones in different colors. If you have got some air left you can look on the NE plateau for some milk fish or a sleeping white tip reef shark.

Beyru Giri

20 minutes north direction, inner reef

Situated

20 minutes north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

big giri, huge blocks covered with glass fish, fusilier, parrot fish, sergeant fish, butterflly fish, box fish, giant clams, lobsters, table corals

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Start your dive at the slope on the south side and take the reef on the right shoulder to find the blocks in the deeper area which are full of glass fish. As soon you reach the west side you will find big table corals and fish schools. End your dive on the sand plateau to look for some lobster under the coral blocks.

Hakuraa West Point

10 minutes west direction, inner reef

Situated

10 minutes west direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

long reef with a coral slope, good mix of hard corals, sergeant fish, puffer fish, lion fish, scorpion fish, angel fish, parrot fish, eagle rays, hawks bill & green turtles, nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump close to the top reef and descend to about 15 m to look for some sleeping sharks our eagle rays which are passing by. Discover the different coral blocks with some glass fish and cleaner shrimp and keep your eyes open for hawks bill and green turtles. Ascend after a while to the shallow area to enjoy the beautiful coral life in various colors and shapes.

Ali Giri

25 minutes north direction, inner reef

Situated

25 minutes north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

huge giri, big overhangs, branch corals, table corals, fire corals, fusiliers, giant clams, box fish, emperor fish, needle fish, parrot fish, magnificent & bubble anemones, lobsters, garden eels

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump at the south side on the sand plateau and continue towards the reef edge. If you follow the reef on the right shoulder you will find huge overhangs in the deep area with black corals and resting stingrays. Discover the wall for some small things and end your dive in the shallow area to look at the variety of hard corals and anemones.

Egga

25 north direction, inner reef

Situated

25 north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

small giri, big overhangs, brown soft corals, red bubble anemones, small barracudas, mullets, fusilier, clown fish, sergeant fish, scorpion fish, nudibranchs, emperor fish, moray ell, white tip reef shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Start the dive at the north side on the sand plateau and take the reef on the right or on the left shoulder. Around the whole reef there are huge overhangs in the deep area where you will find many black corals. Check the overhangs for nudibranchs, scorpion fish, moray eel or manti shrimp. End your dive on the south side which is fully covered in brown soft corals changing there color to white.

Fun Faru

30 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Situated

30 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

big giri, all varieties of hard corals, bat fish, fusilier, sergeant fish, butterfly fish, puffer fish, parrot fish, giant clams, leaf fish, turtle, nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump at the shallow area in the center of the reef where you will find a beautiful coral garden sloping down from 5 – 10 m. Discover the blocks on the sand plateau to find a leaf fish or nurse shark. You might find a turtle somewhere in the coral garden or around the edge of the reef a white tip reef shark. If you are interested in overhangs you could start your dive as well in the deeper area and end the dive on the south side in the coral garden.

Medhu Giri

15 minutes north direction, inner reef

Situated

15 minutes north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

a big giri with three reefs, huge branch & fire corals, glass fish, cleaner shrimp, bat fish, nudibranchs, scorpion fish, stone fish, lobster, turtle, sleeping nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

If you want to see some friendly turtles you should jump on the NW plateau and look for them in the coral garden. Taking the reef on the left should you will find a nice small overhang on about 16 m with many glass fish, some lobsters, stone fish and beautiful nudibranchs. The bat fish are located on the north east side close to the fire coral block. With a little bit luck you find on the NE plateau under the big coral blocks  a resting nurse shark.

Hakuraa East Point

10 minutes east direction, inner reef

Situated

10 minutes east direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

long reef with a coral slope, good mix of hard corals, sergeant fish, puffer fish, lion fish, scorpion fish, angel fish, parrot fish, eagle rays, hawks bill & green turtles, nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump close to the top reef and descend to about 15 m to look for some sleeping sharks our eagle rays which are passing by. Discover the different coral blocks with some glass fish and cleaner shrimp and keep your eyes open for hawks bill and green turtles. Ascend after a while to the shallow area to enjoy the beautiful coral life in various colors and shapes.

Ashaa

25 minutes north east direction, inner reef

Situated

25 minutes north east direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

tiny reef, one of the nicest inner reefs in the Meemu with many overhangs, various hard and soft corals, magnificent & bubble anemones, scorpion fish, soldier fish, parrot fish, angel fish, giant clams, christmas trees, octopus, stone fish, lion fish

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Usually we will start on the north side, there are nice coral blocks and a sand slope. It doesn’t not matter if you rake the reef on the left or on the right shoulder. A good idea is to begin with the overhangs in the deeper area and take a look as well on the blocks in the deeper part for glass fish and cleaner shrimps. The top reef is amazing, fully covered with hard corals, christmas trees, giant clams where you can find huge camouflage stone fish. Some days of the year Ashaa is completed covered in glass fish which gives the divers a mystic felling.

Muli Out

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef close to the channel

Situated

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef, slope with nice corals, blue stripped snapper schools, many fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, hawks bill and green turtles, white tip reef shark, devil rays, manta rays

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

After a current check on the northern end of muli island we decide to go north or south direction. The reef starts on about 8 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. Muli out is one of those reefs where anything is possible. The chance to see some friendly turtles is very very high if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting because of some little overhangs and many big fan corals but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge.

Maalhaveli

50 north east direction, outer reef

Situated

50 north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with nice corals, blue stripped snapper schools, many fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, hawks bill and green turtles, white tip reef shark, devil rays

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along to south our north direction. The reef starts on about 8 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge. In all the certain deeps you will see some blue stripped snappers and fusilier schools which gives you a feeling like being in an aquarium.

Veyvah

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Situated

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

close to the channel of the veyvah island, long reef formation, sloping down with several plateaus, snapper schools, moray eels, barracudas, garden eels, turtles, sleeping white tip sharks, various kind of stingrays

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

With incoming current we used to start the dive on the southern end of veyvah island. Continue the dive to south direction on the sand plateaus in the deeper part of the reef. The sand plateaus are the home of sleeping white tip reef sharks, stingrays and garden eels. At the end of the third plateau we start to ascend a little and meet possibly some barracudas, turtles and napoleons. On the reef edge you can find some banner fish and fusiliers where we will start our safety stop still checking the blue water for the big staff.

During the west monsoon and outgoing current we start the dive at the south of the stick on the top reef and dive in north direction.

Hurasveli

50 north east direction, outer reef

Situated

50 north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with moderate coral life, blue stripped snapper schools, many fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, a lot of hawks bill  turtles, white tip reef shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along to south our north direction. The reef starts on about 8 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge.

Velaavani

55 north east direction, outer reef

Situated

55 north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with moderate coral life, blue stripped snapper schools, many fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips,  many hawks bill  turtles, white tip reef shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along to south our north direction. The reef starts on about 8 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge.

Masda

35 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Situated

35 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

branch & table corals, salad coral, white fan corals, lobster, leaf fish, frog fish, scorpion fish, fusiliers, soldier fish, box fish, parrot fish, cleaner shrimps

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers ( strong current possible )

How to dive

Depending on the current you start the dive on the east or west corner. On the north side is a wall with many tiny overhangs and a lot of white fan corals where on the south side you will find a slope which is fully covered in salad corals, you might find a black frog fish there. Beginners should start at the slope on the SW and take the reef on the left shoulder and end the dive in the coral garden. Experienced divers can start in the coral garden on the NW and descend to the coral block on 30 m to look for a frog fish on one of the sponge corals.

Hakuraa Express

40 minutes north direction, outer reef at the channel

Situated

40 minutes north direction, outer reef at the channel

Flora & Fauna

outer reef at the muli channel, fusilier – snapper – sweet lip schools, napoleon, hump head parrot fish, hawks bill and green turtles, white tip reef shark, grey reef shark, eagle ray, manta rays

Difficulty

only experienced divers

How to dive

With an ingoing current we start the dive at the two blocks on 25 m and stay there for a while to watch out for grey reef sharks and eagle rays. Continue the dive to north direction and you will be surrounded by snappers, sweet lips and banner fish. On the last block you will find a big school of banner fish and sweet lips. Stay there until you reach you the no decompression limit or 80 bar and drift with the current to the edge to look for some turtles, napoleons and moray eels. If there is a strong current keep in mind to stay always underneath the reef edge otherwise you will be pushed away and the dive ends very quickly. The safety stop needs to be done in the blue water whilst drifting into the channel. During the west monsoon there is a good chance to see some manta rays as well but be careful with the out going current it might push you far away from the main reef into the deep blue ocean.

Hedhey Faru

40 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Situated

40 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

big reef , a wall and wonderful block with a swim through, parrot fish, banner fish, emperor fish, angel fish, box fish, puffer fish, needle fish, frog fish, leaf fish

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current we start the dive on the north east or north west corner. Enjoy the nice wall with some little overhangs and don’t miss the block on the north west. The block is located close to the main reef on a depth of 28 m with a nice swim through, an arch and a nice black coral. We recommend you to stay as long as possible there to look for small things such as cleaner shrimp, frog fish our manti shrimp. After you reached your no decompression limit our 80 bar continue to the south our north along the wall in the shallow area you mind find some lobster, a leaf fish our a turtle somewhere around.

Hakuraa Thila

40 minutes north direction close to the channel

Situated

40 minutes north direction close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

marine protected small reef with big overhangs, amazing fish life and nice corals in the deep area, blue stripped snappers, hump back snappers, long nose hawk fish, leaf fish, anemones , jack fish, banner fish, sergeant fish

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current begin your dive on the east or west corner of the reef. During the east monsoon we start at the overhang on the east side which is on depth of 12 meter. Look into the black corals to spot a long nose hawk fish or a green leaf fish next to it. On 30 m is a tiny block with various cleaner shrimp and two white leaf fish. If you continue your dive on the left shoulder you will find a nice overhang on about 26 m and after a little while a second one on approximately 21 m with a big school of blue stripped snappers. Afterward you will reach a sand slope where the are some glass fish on 16 m with two more green leaf fish resting there and a school of hump back snappers.

If you dive from the first shallow overhang the reef on your left hand shoulder you will find a swim through on a depth of about 20m and a little overhang on 28 m where sometimes nurse sharks are going to take a rest. During your safety stop you will be surrounded by banner fish and fusiliers.

Duraabani

45 minutes north direction, inner reef close to mulak island

Situated

45 minutes north direction, inner reef close to mulak island

Flora & Fauna

a small reef with a wall on the west and a coral slope on the south side, various hard corals and a nice swim through, fusilier, parrot fish, box fish, glass fish, cleaner shrimp, eagle ray

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Start your dive on the south west side and dive along the wall in north direction after a while you will find a swim through at about 18 m. Especially the shallow area is fully covered with table corals what you should not miss. As soon you reach the south east side of the reef you find a nice coral garden with big schooling fish such as fusiliers, mullets and sergeant fish.

Bodu Faru

30 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Situated

30 minutes north direction, inner reef close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

long faru, many overhangs, various corals in the shallow area, black corals, butterfly fish, box fish, sergeant fish, parrot fish, nudibranchs, soldier fish, moray eels, lobsters, stingrays

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

The decision to dive this faru right or left shoulder depends on the current. Due to the fact that this reef is located close to the channel the current can be very strong and because of the caves sometimes there are even up and down currents possible. The reef starts very shallow and drops down to about 30 meter. You can find many big overhangs in certain depth just waiting for being discovered. It might be a good idea to take a torch with you it gives you the possibility to find some critters in one of the overhangs.

Hakuraa Out

70 minutes south east direction, outer reef

Situated

70 minutes south east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with nice corals, blue stripped snapper ,fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, hawks bill  turtles, white tip reef shark, rays

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along south our north direction. The reef starts on about 5 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge.

Dithoudi Out

100 minutes south direction, outer reef

Situated

100 minutes south direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

outer reef, table corals on the top reef  and a slope with schooling fish such as snappers and fusilier, parrot fish, angel fish, emperor fish, sergeant fish, many turtles, mangrove stingray and nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current start your dive on the east or west side of the light house. The top reef starts on about 6 m, there are nice table corals there and usually many many turtles and some resting mangrove stingrays. Close to the light house is a coral block on about 9 m covered in glass fish and beneath resting nurse sharks. Dithoudi is a perfect spot to make an easy drift dive for people who love to dive with turtles.

Beyru

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Situated

45 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with nice corals, blue stripped snapper, fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, mullets, hawks bill  turtles, white tip reef shark, rays

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along south our north direction. The reef starts on about 5 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge

Raiyvilla Wreck

75 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Situated

75 minutes north west direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

small reef with a wall, many overhangs and an old little wooden wreck, glass fish, cleaner shrimp, nudibranchs, parrot fish, puffer fish, angel fish, emperor fish, sergeant fish, turtle

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Start your dive at the south east and look at the old wooden wreck which is honestly already more a wreck of a wreck. But anyway the reef is amazing it drops down all along and you find many overhangs and swim through there. Its a perfect spot for those who like to discover caves and little critters. Take your time and discover this little caves on the certain depth of the reef maybe you meet a turtle during your dive as well.

Maduvaru Kandu

110 minutes north direction, channel

Situated

110 minutes north direction, channel

Flora & Fauna

channel at the north of the Meemu Atoll, big school of barracudas, napoleon, jack fish, many sharks, napoleon, eagle ray, turtle

Difficulty

only experienced people

How to dive

The best time to dive this channel is with incoming current jump on the east or west corner of the channel and descend to the channel edge.

Diggaru Kandu

100 minutes north direction, channel

Situated

100 minutes north direction, channel

Flora & Fauna

channel at the north of the Meemu Atoll,  barracudas, napoleon, jack fish, many sharks, napoleon, eagle ray, turtle

Difficulty

only experienced people

How to dive

The best time to dive this channel is with incoming current jump on the east  or west corner of the channel descend to the channel edge.

Kurali Kandu

85 minutes south direction, channel

Situated

85 minutes south direction, channel

Flora & Fauna

very narrow channel with nice coral life, garden eels, jack fish, lion fish, moray eels, various kind of stingrays, manta rays, white tip reef sharks, leopard shark, black tip reef shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current we jump inside our outside the channel on the east side of the main reef. There are a couple of blocks inside this channel which are cleaner stations for the giant manta rays. Besides watching the manta rays there are sleeping stingrays under the coral blocks, eagle rays passing by and sometimes you might even find a sleeping nurse shark or white tip reef shark. The whole channel is covered with garden eels and various species of moray eels.

Kuda Thila

55 north direction , inner reef

Situated

55 north direction , inner reef

Flora & Fauna

very small thila, nice hard coral life, full of sponges, a little wall on the south, surrounded by a coral garden, schools of fusiliers, blue stripped snappers, jack fish, sergeant fish, long nose hawk fish, soldier fish, anemones, turtle

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

Jump  on the top reef which starts at 5 m and discover the wall with some overhangs and many black corals first. It doesn’t matter if you dive the reef right hand or left hand side just circle the reef enjoy the amazing coral life, the school of blue stripped snappers, look in the black corals for some long nose hawk fish or glass shrimp and keep your eyes open for a sleeping turtle somewhere under the rocks.

Medhu Out

55 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Situated

55 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

long outer reef,  slope with nice corals, blue stripped snapper, fusiliers, moray eels, parrot fish, harlequin sweet lips, mullets, hawks bill  turtles, white tip reef shark, rays

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current you take the reef on the left our right shoulder and drift along south our north direction. The reef starts on about 5 m and slopes down into the deep blue ocean. There is a good chance to see some friendly turtles if you just dive along the reef edge in the shallow area. Also the deeper part could be interesting but than you might miss the turtles, sharks and rays drifting along the reef edge.

Kanmathi

140 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Situated

140 minutes north east direction, outer reef

Flora & Fauna

nice overhangs in all certain depth, fusiliers, sweet lips, snappers, butter fly fish, parrot fish, mullets, white tip reef sharks, eagle rays, turtles

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Located on the north eastern point of the meemu atoll this outer reef has a very nice shape and amazing fish life. After the current check start your dive to the south or west and discover  the overhangs in the certain depth. Enjoy the different kind of fish schools and keep one I into the blue you might spot a shark, turtle our different kind of rays.

Gaahura Channel

150 minutes north direction, channel

Situated

150 minutes north direction, channel

Flora & Fauna

very narrow channel in the far north of the Meemu Atoll, huge overhangs, big school of barracudas, napoleon, jack fish, many sharks, napoleon, eagle ray, turtle

Difficulty

only experienced people

How to dive

The best time to dive this channel is with incoming current jump on the south east corner of the channel descend to the channel edge and try to make a channel cross towards the south. Its like watching a movie different kind of sharks will be cruising up and down in front of you. If you make a channel cross you have to stay beneath the channel edge otherwise you will be washed away. As soon you reach the other side stay on the edge and you will find a big school of barracudas, a massive school of snappers and probably some napoleons as well. With an outgoing current we recommend you to start inside of the channel on the north west, Descend quickly and dive into the huge overhang the reef on the left shoulder. Stop at the block close to the channel edge where you will find a big school of barracudas and leave the channel continuing the outer reef north direction. After a while you will find a huge overhang starting at about 24 meters up to 12 meters and end your dive on the top reef.

Rayimas Giri

40 minutes north direction, inner reef

Situated

40 minutes north direction, inner reef

Flora & Fauna

big reef, nice wall, various hard corals, lobsters, fusilier, sergeant fish, banner fish, parrot fish, puffer fish, angel fish, turtle

Difficulty

beginners to experienced divers

How to dive

Start your dive on the north east side where there is a little nose sticking out the reef and enjoy the feeling of the wall which seems to drop down endless. Continue the reef on the right shoulder and you might find some lobsters hiding in there holes. Turn around after about 25 minutes, ascend to the shallower area and look at the various hard corals.

Kekurali Vheli Thila

45 minutes south west direction (last dive on full day trip – south tour ), inner reef

Situated

45 minutes south west direction (last dive on full day trip – south tour ), inner reef

Flora & Fauna

very tiny reef, swim through, glass fish, nudibranch, manti shrimp, cowrie shell, soldier fish, box fish, butterfly fish, cleaner shrimps, turtle

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Jump on the top of the tiny thila and explore the little swim threw on the north side with the glass fish and cleaner shrimps. There is a good chance to find some nudibranchs, cowrie shells, manti shrimp and even some small hawks bill turtles.

Kekurali Vheli Giri

45 minutes south west direction (last dive on full day trip – south tour ), inner reef

Situated

45 minutes south west direction (last dive on full day trip – south tour ), inner reef

Flora & Fauna

big giri with a slope and a coral garden, various hard corals, lobster, parrot fish, mullets, angel fish, sergeant fish, puffer fish, devil ray, turtle, nurse shark

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Start the dive on the north west side of the Giri and follow the slope on the left shoulder. You might find some lobsters on the slope or even a devil ray passing by. After a while you find a coral garden on the depth of 18 m where you can spot some turtles or a sleeping nurse shark. And your dive on the top reef and enjoy the different kind of corals and fish.

Boli Corner

40 north east direction, channel

Situated

40 north east direction, channel

Flora & Fauna

channel in front of mulak island, moderate coral life, garden eels, parrot fish, bos fish, sergeant fish, banner fish, barracudas, honey comb moray eels, eagle rays, white tip reef sharks

Difficulty

experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current we take the reef on the left our right hand, descend to the send plateau and look for the barracuda school and discover the blocks in the deeper area. You might find some sleeping sharks or stingrays resting there. Always keep one I into the blue water there could be some eagle rays passing by. On the main reef you will find many different kind of moray eels but especially the honeycomb moray eel which has magnificent marks and is quite rare.

Dhigu Faru

35 north east direction, inner reef close to the channel

Situated

35 north east direction, inner reef close to the channel

Flora & Fauna

big faru, good mix of hard corals, stamp corals, sergeant fish, puffer fish, lion fish, scorpion fish, angel fish, parrot fish, moray eels, napoleon

Difficulty

beginners and experienced divers

How to dive

Depending on the current jump on the east or west side of this faru just dive along this reef on a depth of about 15 m. There are many stamp corals all over the reef and the fish life is really rich because it is located very close to the muli channel.