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Diving in Reethi Beach

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When to go to Reethi Beach

The best time for diving around Reethi Beach is January to May, but it is possible to dive year-round. The rainy season starts in June and ends in November. The average air temperature is 29-30C/84-86F, and the water temperature is usually 26-28C/79-82F. What to see Reethi Beach is an amazing destination for spotting manta rays during the summer. Other large species in the area are Napoleon wrasses, eagle rays, reef sharks, and sometimes even sea turtles. The macro fauna is represented by nudibranchs, shrimp, Christmas sea worms, crabs, and a myriad of small tropical fish.

Scuba diving in Reethi Beach

Located in Baa Atoll, Reethi Beach is a well-known diving destination on UNESCO’s biosphere list, that attracts divers of all levels. It features a colorful, healthy reef, interesting channels, unusual underwater topography, and a variety of species. This spot is especially popular for its night dive opportunities. The current can reach 2 knots. Most popular dive sites There are many great dive sites around Reethi Beach, but the most popular ones include Donfan Thila, with a reef starting at 8m/26ft, Dharavandhoo Thila, with its overhangs and canyons, and Blue Hole, featuring a chimney that goes down to 22m/72ft.