Scuba diving in Guraidhoo Corner
Guraidhoo Corner is a dive site at South Malé Atoll (Maldives) that is known for its beautiful underwater landscape and strong currents. There are walls dropping down for 30m/98ft, channels, and healthy reefs full of colors and shapes. Some underwater turbulence often takes place at this dive site.
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When to go
Diving is possible at Guraidhoo Corner throughout the year, but the period from December to May has better sea conditions. The period between June and November has more rain and higher waves. The water temperature averages 26-29C/79-84F, while the air is generally around 28-30C/82-86F.
What to see
The most frequent large species at Guraidhoo Corner are eagle rays and gray reef sharks. Other interesting species include moray eels, squirrelfish, parrotfish, and grouper that hide between the black corals.