Laamu Atoll - Dive Sites
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Laamu Atoll (also known as Haddhunmathi Atoll) is an oval shaped southern atoll. It's 48 km long, 35 km wide and has some of the top dive sites in the world such as Guraidhoo and Gan. This Maldives Atoll is situated 32 km south east of Kolhumandulu Atoll and 95 km north of Huvadhoo Atoll. Laamu Atoll boasts numerous pristine dive sites with many different features like caves, steep drop offs, swim-throughs, not to mention the abundance of marine life and beautiful topography. Expect beautiful fish-filled channels with memorable shark encounters.
- Fushi Kandu is a fantastic channel accessed by first entering a relatively shallow entrance at 15m and crossing in order to maximise sightings and to give an extended channel dive. This dive site is commonly described as Fish Soup and it rarely disappoints with resident grey reef sharks, barracuda, big eye jacks and copious other fish life.
- Laamu Manta Point; simply relax and watch these graceful beasts do a fly-by over your head to join the queue of manta each waiting their turn for a clean-up from cleaner wrasse, which are resident to an active, nearby coral block.