Scuba diving in Reethi Thila

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Rheeti Thila is located in the Ranveli Channel, south of Ari Atoll in the Maldives. This dive site has five coral blocks with channels and some overhangs. The length of the thila is 50-250m/165-820ft. The top of the reef is a nice place to stop and enjoy beautiful corals and plenty of fish. Rheeti Thila is a place where divers can benefit from diving without currents in the channels underneath the blocks.

When to go

It is possible to dive at Rheeti Thila year-round, but the best time is December to May. The water temperature is 26C/79F from February to July and 29C/84F in April, May, and September. June and July are rainy and don’t have confirmed liveaboards. There are strong currents from December to February.

What to see

Diving at Rheeti Thila is an opportunity to encounter sweetlips, lyretail grouper, emperor angelfish, blue-faced angelfish, and bannerfish.

Reachable from

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    This product is for certified divers only. There are over 40 dive sites close by (all within a one hour boat ride) and offer a huge variety of corals, fish life and of course, the chance for big fish encounters. Stunning coral formations, incredible colors and a huge variety of fish life have made the Ari Atoll one of the top diving destinations around the world. Add into the mix regular Manta Ray and Whaleshark sightings, and its clear to understand why people keep coming back for more. Dive sites such as Kuda Rah Thila, Broken Rock, Manta Point and Maamigili Beru are all within easy reach of Dhigurah. From January till end of March visits to Manta Dive Sites are made several times a week. In April, May and then again September through to November there is a good chance of seeing whalesharks in the area.

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