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Moucha Islands

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Abundant sea life
The Moucha Islands offer a range of dive sites suitable for all levels, from shallow coral gardens perfect for beginners to deeper walls and drop-offs for the more adventurous. The waters here are generally calm with minimal currents, making it an excellent spot for leisurely dives and underwater photography. The islands' relatively remote location means that the reefs are well-preserved and offer a tranquil escape from more crowded dive spots. Diving around the Moucha Islands is an experience that combines the joy of discovering vibrant coral ecosystems with the peace of a secluded paradise

When To Go Diving

The ideal time for diving around the Moucha Islands is from November to January when the water is calm, and the visibility is at its best. During this period, divers can enjoy water temperatures ranging from 25°C to 29°C (77°F to 84°F), providing comfortable conditions for all levels of divers. Visibility is often very good, ranging from 15 to 30 meters (49 to 98 feet)

What to see

The islands are surrounded by coral reefs teeming with life:

  • Fish Species: Divers can expect to see a variety of colorful reef fish, including angelfish, butterflyfish, and parrotfish, among others.
  • Coral Varieties: The reefs around the Moucha Islands are home to an impressive array of both hard and soft corals, creating a vibrant underwater landscape.
  • Other Marine Life: The area is also known for sightings of turtles, rays, and occasionally, dolphins that come to feed and play in the waters