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Diving in Halaveli

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When to go to Halaveli

Diving is possible all year round. The best time is December to May, when the seas are at their calmest. The air temperature varies from 26-31C/78-88F. The water temperatures are around 26-29C/78-84F. The water visibility is 15-30m/49-98ft. What to see The majority of the fish are plankton feeders, including small, neon-blue fusiliers, black surgeonfish, red-toothed triggerfish, and unicornfish. There are also giant trevallies (jacks), blue trevallies (jacks), dogtooth tuna, black snappers, and of course, whitetip and gray reef sharks.

Scuba diving in Halaveli

Halaveli is an island in the Maldives located in northeast of Ari Atoll, in the subdivision of Alif Alif Atoll. The closest airport is in Male, that is connected by ferry to Halaveli. Its position in the Ari Atoll is excellent, with access to many of the best dives in the Maldives. Dive locations close to Halaveli have been included in lists of the world’s best dive sites. The nearby islands are Maayafushi to the northwest, Bathalaa to the northeast, Fushinolhu, Ellaidhoo, and Maagaa to the southeast, and Kandholhudhoo to the southwest. Halaveli is one of the many hotel islands in the Maldives. Constance Halaveli Resort occupies the entire island and extends over the coral reef in the form of bungalows on stilts. Halaveli Island is washed by the Sea of Lakshadweep, a sea in the Indian Ocean. The coastline of the island consists entirely of beaches, and is fully surrounded by a coral reef that stretches to the north and northwest. The center of the island is covered with wonderful local plant life. The waters above the reef are full of all sorts of fish. In the lagoon is the Halaveli wreck, which was sunk in 1991 and lies at a depth of 28m/92ft. It is also known as the Halaveli House Reef. This site is an artificial wreck dive with many fish and corals. This dive is recommended for intermediate-level divers, but also can be used for training beginner divers.