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Laamu Atoll

29 liveaboards
  • Diver level:

  • Depth max:

    35 m
  • Visibility:

    to 30m
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Reef sharks

With every dive in Laamu Atoll, you'll gain a deeper appreciation for the intricate web of life that thrives beneath the surface. Each encounter, whether with a majestic manta ray or a delicate coral formation, contributes to a profound connection with the marine ecosystem, leaving an indelible impression that lingers long after you resurface

When To Go Diving

The idyllic period to explore the depths of Laamu Atoll is during its dry season, which spans from November to April. During these months, the weather is generally more stable, translating to optimal conditions for diving and snorkeling. The wet season, extending from May to October, typically brings increased chances of rainfall and rougher sea conditions. Throughout the year, the water temperature in Laamu Atoll ranges from approximately 27°C (80°F) to 30°C (86°F). Moreover, underwater visibility often exceeds 30 meters (100 feet)

What to see

One of the most exhilarating encounters in Laamu Atoll is with the graceful reef sharks that inhabit its waters. Another highlight is the majestic manta rays that frequent the atoll's cleaning stations. Eagle rays are a common sight. Hard corals, such as brain corals and staghorn corals, create a textured backdrop, while soft corals sway gently in the currents, adding an ethereal quality to the underwater landscape. Amid the coral formations, you might come across the fascinating fire corals, their unique appearance belying their stinging nature

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