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February - March


North Male - South Male - Felidhoo - Mulaku - Thaa - Laamu


2-3 dives / day during 6 days of diving (7 nights on board)
Passage in 5 different atolls
Diving spots in the most beautiful and richest atoll passes
Whale shark at night aft in Thaa atoll


The ideal itinerary for those wishing to visit both under and over 5 different atolls in just one week!

Starting from the atolls of North Male and South Male, although they are the first ones open to tourism, they truly possess some of the most beautiful diving and snorkeling sites in the whole archipelago.

The colors are unique in the atoll of Felidu, the next stop on this itinerary. Sandbanks and islands are surrounded by turquoise lagoons. Everywhere there are coral rings that emerge to the surface making the landscape of incredible beauty. Here the famous passes of Myaru (which the Maldivian means "shark") and Devana Kandu, will offer adrenaline to sell with groups of gray sharks, white fins, tuna and jacks. Without forgetting one of the most exciting nocturnal on the planet that in a relatively small space sees the gathering of dozens and dozens of nurse sharks, stingrays, jackfish and black tip sharks. A unique place of its kind.

The atolls of Mulaku, Thaa and Laamu, still almost untouched, offer very rich diving and snorkeling sites. Turtles, stingrays, sea eagles and sharks swim among the beautiful hard and soft corals. Almost all the dives take place on passes and snorkeling on external reefs and pass corners.
After diving, snorkeling and beaches, a short tour on some fishing island where you can immerse yourself in the local culture complete a cruise, in itself, fantastic.

In the Thaa atoll, a night-time berth can be lucky to visit the whale's squid during the night, placing a special stern lamp that attracts the plankton that feeds the largest fish in the world.

Depending on the itinerary at the beginning or end of the cruise, a transfer with an internal Male-Laamu or Laamu-Male flight is planned, to reach or leave the boat, coinciding with international flights.