Scuba diving in Kuda Haa
Kuda Haa is a dive site in North Malé Atoll, Maldives. Divers come to see its protected marine area and pinnacle in a shape of a camel’s hump. It features steep slopes, a ridge, and two thilas full of diverse marine species.
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When to go
It is possible to dive at Kuda Haa all year round, but the period from January to May has more favorable sea conditions. The rainy season comes in June and lasts to November. The average air temperature ranges between 29-30C/84-86F, and the water temperature is 26-28C/79-82F.
What to see
Kuda Haa is known for its macro life, such as nudibranchs, leaf fish, flatworms, and small crustaceans. The larger fish are jacks, barracudas, grouper, lionfish, surgeonfish, fusiliers, and Napoleon wrasses.