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Maldives Cruise

Baa Atoll (7 nights Charter)

Cruise Overview

Any date from Male International Airport
Any date from Male International Airport
7 Nights
North Male, Baa
Best period:
June to September
Best for:
Snorkelers, beginners and experienced divers, resorts hoppers.

7 night of private charter on full board. Visits to beautiful uninhabited islands, the local village of Thulusdhoo, the capital Malè, the underwater marine reserve of Dhigalhi Haa, the wonderful shoals of Dhonfanu and Dhigu Thila, and the amazing whirling feast of mantas and whale sharks of Hanifaaru Bay.

Visits & Activities^
Raasfari North Male
Snorkeling, check dive for scuba divers.
One&Only Reethi Rah North Male
Snorkeling & scuba diving, visit to the resort One&Only (subjected to the resort authorization).
Dhigalhi Haa, Dhonfano Baa
Navigation to Baa Atoll. Snorkeling & scuba diving, visit to the village of Dhonfano. Night dive**
Hanifaaru Bay
Snorkeling in Hanifaru Bay. Visit to a desert island and BBQ dinner**
Erlangen Wreck North Male
Navigation to North Male. Snorkeling & scuba diving. Night fishing.
North Male
Snorkeling & scuba diving, visit to the sandstrip of Asdu and the village of Thulusdhoo.
Male International Airport
Snorkeling and visit to the capital, Male.
^The locations, the visits and activities of this itinerary are subjected to the wind and sea conditions. *Get more details on the locations by clicking on the atoll names and find their position on our map.    ** BBQ dinner and night dives are subjected to the weather conditions.
In detail:

This cruise brings you through the coral reefs of Malè North Atoll till the fantastic Baa Atoll. On your way, you can visit the northern side of North Male atoll and one of the best resorts in the Maldives: One & Only Reethi Rah (the visit is subjected to the resort authorization).

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Diving & fishing:

Baa Atoll is rapidly becoming a well-known destination for diving enthusiasts, above all during the period between July and September. There are plenty of fish in the small shoal of Dhonfanu and in the marine reserve of Dhigalhi Haa. But the most interesting spot in the atoll is the coral ring of Hanifaaru. On the western side the coral reef splits into two, creating a cul-de-sac corridor, which you enter opposite the fine deserted island of Hanifaarurah. During the South-West monsoon, in the presence of an out-flowing current, large quantities of plankton are drawn inside the corridor, with high concentrations at the dead end. This occurrence attracts many mantas and some whale sharks, both great predators of plankton: a sight which is unique in its kind. All you need is a mask and a pair of flippers.

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