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Diving in Palm Beach Resort & Spa

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When to go to Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Palm Beach is a year-round destination. Scuba diving Diving is available throughout the year but the recommended are the period December to May, when the seas are at their calmest. The average air temperature is around 30C/86F. Water temperatures averages around 26 to 29C/78 to 84F. Visibility is around 15-30m/49-98ft all year round.

Scuba diving in Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Located at Lhaviyani Atoll, Palm Beach Resort & Spa is one of the largest resort islands in Maldives and a very popular destination among tourists. The closest airport is in Male, from there you got to get a seaplane. It is a good place for hollidaymakers with its great white sandy beaches and crystal clear water. There are also lots of activities for all and one of the most popular is scuba diving. Diving here is available for both novice and advance divers. Marine life includes mantas, rays, turtles, hundreds of butterflyfish, Napoleon wrasse and plenty of unicornfish, lobsters, barracuda and more. The underwater flora consists of some sea whips, black coral bushes, small fans, table corals and sponges. Among popular dive sites are: Felivaru, Kuderu express, Maagiri, Fushifaru Corner, Fehigili reef, Kanuhuraa corner, Fushifaru thila, Aligau, Dhidhdhoo Faru, Kuredu Ocean Reef, Madivaru.