Scuba diving in Dhigala Haa
Located near Baa Atoll (Maldives), Dhigala Haa is a protected marine site that features an interesting pinnacle full of various species. It also has a few small caves and overhangs that protect some large schools of fish. This dive site is easy to navigate, and the current is light.
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When to go
The period from January to May has better sea conditions for diving at Dhigala Haa, even though it is possible to explore the underwater landscape throughout the year. The rainy season comes in June-November. The average air temperature is 28-30C/82-86F, and the water temperature averages 26-29C/79-84F.
What to see
Dhigala Haa is popular for breathtaking gray reef sharks and flying eagle rays. Other species are fusiliers, barracudas, jacks, humpback snapper, and batfish.