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Diving in Hadahaa Island

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When to go to Hadahaa Island

Scuba diving is available year-round at Hadahaa Island. The rainiest month is September. The water temperature averages 29C/84F and the air temperature averages 28C/82F throughout the year. The visibility is about 20m/65ft in these warm waters. Currents are mostly strong. What to see The marine life includes beautiful creatures such as reef sharks, whale sharks, dolphins, Napoleons, jacks, sweetlips, hawkfish, butterflyfish, parrotfish, angelfish, blue marlins, tuna, stingrays, manta rays, eagle rays, eels, turtles, crabs, corals, and sponges.

Scuba diving in Hadahaa Island

Hadahaa Island is a small, grassy island located in the south of the Maldives. Hadahaa has a white-sand beach, lots of villas on land and over the water, and even the land villas are just a few steps from the ocean. The 12-hectare/30-acre island has many different types of plants, including 17,000 coconut trees. It’s not far from the equator, and visitors can look at the star pattern of both the southern and northern skies simultaneously. There are lots of cays around the island, with some exciting diving. Scuba diving in these waters is suitable for all diver levels. Most popular dive sites: There are over 30 sites around Hadahaa Island. Some of them are Koodhoo Kandu, Viligili Kandu, Koodhoo House Reef, Nilhandhoo Kandu, Whale Shark Night Point, Dhevadhoo Reef, Mareha Kandu, Nilhandhoo Corner, and Tinadhoo Reef.