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Diving in Biyadhoo

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When to go to Biyadhoo

It is possible to scuba dive and snorkel at the island of Biyadhoo any time of the year, because the tropical climate and almost constant annual water temperature of 26-29C/78-84F provides comfortable conditions for year-round diving. However, December to March may be a better time to visit Biyadhoo, because this period has the lowest humidity and the calmest seas. Most of the big pelagic species, including different species of reef sharks, hammerheads, and sea turtles, are seen in this area all year round. However, manta rays and sometimes whale sharks can be found in greater numbers in early May. The average annual air temperature is around 30C/86F, and visibility is around 15-30m/49-98ft throughout the year.

Scuba diving in Biyadhoo

The island of Biyadhoo is located in the southeast part of South Malé Atoll, around 29km/18mi away from the Malé International Airport, which can be reached in about 45 minutes by speedboat. Biyadhoo is blessed with lush tropical vegetation, and its natural flora and fauna fuses together with the white sandy beaches. Visitors to Biyadhoo can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and different water sports on the beautiful palm-fringed beaches, but the most popular activities on the island are snorkeling and diving. There are numerous top-quality dive sites near Biyadhoo, and there is also a stunning house reef that has great snorkeling with opportunities to spot interesting varieties of fish as close as 30m/98ft from the shore. Besides the very popular dive sites, such as Kandooma Thila, Cocoa Corner, and Napoleon Reef that feature an abundance of sharks, rays, and other big fish, Biyadhoo has a selection of macro dive sites, such as Triton Giri and Hogura Hura, where some interesting and rare small marine creatures can be found.