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Diving in Kaadedhdhoo

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When to go to Kaadedhdhoo

The best diving season in Kaadedhdhoo is from January to April. The best season for spotting mantas is from June to October. Water temperatures remain around 28-30C/82-86F during the year. The average maximum day temperature is 30C/86F. The average minimum night temperature is 22-25C/72-77F. The visibility ranges from 15-50m/49-66ft. The southwest monsoon lasts from July to November, with an outgoing current and plankton-rich water. What to see While underwater, divers can encounter nudibranchs, sponges, gorgonians, snapper, jacks, triggerfish, oriental sweetlips, tuna, parrotfish, whale sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, grey reef sharks, whitetip sharks, blacktip sharks, leopard sharks, nurse sharks, stingrays, Napoleons, and barracudas, as well as beautiful corals, large table corals, and staghorn corals.

Scuba diving in Kaadedhdhoo

Kaadedhdhoo is a northern island in the Maldivian Archipelago, which is located 55 minutes away from the Malé International Airport by air. Kaadedhdhoo Island offers its guests accommodations in hotels located on private islands, and has the healthiest reef in the Maldives. The destination is famous for honeymoon trips, dolphin spotting, yoga practices, spa and wellness courses, and sunset cruises with a possibility of a ‘Cross the Equator’ trip. Divers can try liveaboards, snorkeling, fishing, shore/boat diving, maximum-depth diving, and distance diving. To dive at Kaadedhdhoo, divers need to have obtained the CMAS** or AOW diver certification. There are no conditions for technical diving, but the same time experienced divers may find plenty of things to explore under water, enjoying the depth differences, strong currents, and dense coral reef with great visibility. Most populsar dive sites The most famous dive sites which could be visited along with Kaadedhdhoo are featured in the central and southern routes of local liveaboards, such as Felidhe, Mulaku, and Thaa.