Scuba Diving and a vacation to the Maldives go hand in hand with the beauty and the views underwater are even better than the ones on top.
The best of the lost
Of all the Maldives attractions, the North Male Atoll is the most visited one as it is close to the International Airport and is, therefore, easily accessible. Being an ideal location for diving cruises to begin at, this was also the first Atoll that was open to tourists back in the 70’s.
North Male Atoll
In the present day, there are many such diving spots in the Maldives, but the North Male Atoll remains a prominent hub because of its shipwrecks, Manta Point, and several pinnacle reefs.
Any scuba diver will surely have the North Male Atoll is their list of diving sites, especially the ones closer to the, like Dhigali Maldives.
The depth ranges from 5 to 40 metres and there are a few strong currents in the passes, but it’s nothing a beginner cannot handle. Once you are underwater, the visibility range on a clear day can go as far as 30 metres. A memorable experience that comes with gorgeous views and mind-blowing marine life, the North Male Atoll is a mesmerising diving site.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+