Please see below a selection of the dive sites that are closest to Himmafushi.
But there are a lot more dive sites in North and South Male Atoll that we go to.
An awesome site for caves and overhangs, HP Reef features lots of big rocks and is divided by a narrow sand channel. Covered in sea fans, this site has an incredible swim-thru called The Chimney and has interesting soft and hard blue corals. It’s a frequent hang-out for sharks, turtles and barracudas.
A stunning dive, there are three reef sections on this thila. The smallest one is less than 10 metres in diameter with the largest about 50 metres in length. Steep ledges, caves and overhangs create an unforgettable landscape. Keep your eyes open for turtles, sharks, tuna, barracuda and Eagle Rays.
Nassimo is definitely one of the most exciting dives in the area! Stunning coral formations sit on the northeast side between 10 and 25 metres while overhangs on the east side provide shelter for a variety of creatures. Great spot to see rays and sharks.
This Manta cleaning station is an incredible place to get up close and personal with these gentle giants of the sea! One of our top dive sites, Manta Point is also a awesome place to see sharks. Definitely a do-not-miss dive!
An excellent spot to see big fish, the Colosseum dive site dips down to about 24 metres and is about 40 metres long. There is often a medium or strong current here which translates into perfect conditions to see Napoleons, rays, sharks, turtles and tuna!
A nice, easy dive on the outside reef, this site features a drop off set back into a large cavity on the reef. Coral rocks are covered with soft corals and attract a huge variety of fish. The landscape changes to a sandy area around 20-25 meters. Watch for sharks, eels and Eagle Rays!
This beautiful drift dive often has strong current which means it’s a great place to see sharks, Eagle Rays and schools of fish. The north side has an especially interesting rock formation and there are many overhangs featuring hard and soft corals throughout this dive site.
This channel dive sees a huge variety of big fish including Manta Rays, sharks and Napoleons! The current is usually medium or strong at this site. A nice overhang and beautiful coral formations set a dramatic stage for schooling fish.
This special request wreck dive is an hour boat trip away and next to the airport. After sinking in 1981 after hitting the reef, this freighter is 110 metres long. The bridge and cargo areas are easy to penetrate and are covered with gorgeous corals. A very popular place with big and small fish alike!
STAYS OF 7+ NIGHTS - 1 FREE NIGHT
STAYS OF 14+ NIGHTS - 2 FREE NIGHTS
(FULL BOARD RATE WILL BE DEDUCTED)