South Ari Atoll


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One of Fuvahmulah's most impressive attractions for divers, and a Protected Marine Area.

This is the underwater reef that extends from the island's southernmost point. The top of the reef falls off into the vast ocean and is between 10 and 15 meters high. The region has the widest variety of pelagic species that can be seen by observers in a single dive.

Predatory fish come in innumerable types, including giant trevallies, dogtooth and skipjack tunas, and great barracudas. Throughout this thrilling drift dive, a variety of Grouper and Snapper species can be easily located. Grey Reef, Silver Tip, and White Tip Reef Sharks are frequently encountered. Tiger and Thresher sharks are commonly seen by divers. Oceanic Mantas are additionally

There is always a chance to discover something that makes the dive particularly memorable. Divers have spotted Mola Molas, Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, Oceanic White Tip Sharks, and Humpback Whales here.Drift diving allows divers to explore a large portion of the reef in a single dive, depending on the current. Advanced Divers should dive here.

Distance 15 Minutes
Entry Level Advance Open Water

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