Madigaa - North Male Atoll - Maldives

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Madigaa - North Male Atoll - Maldives

Madigaa - North Male Atoll - Maldives

Made up of several rocks covered with coral, the Madigaa dive site attracts a very large marine fauna, between 8 and 30 meters deep. Accessible to beginners, the site is home to numerous groupers, orientalsweetlips, snappers and frog fish. You have to venture under the rocky overhangs to spot lobsters and moray eels. The sandy bottom surrounding the site is occasionally visited by eagle rays, manta rays and white-tip sharks.


Made up of several rocks covered with coral, the Madigaa dive site attracts a very large marine fauna, between 8 and 30 meters deep. Accessible to beginners, the site is home to numerous groupers, orientalsweetlips, snappers and frog fish. You have to venture under the rocky overhangs to spot lobsters and moray eels. The sandy bottom surrounding the site is occasionally visited by eagle rays, manta rays and white-tip sharks.


Made up of several rocks covered with coral, the Madigaa dive site attracts a very large marine fauna, ...

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Visibility
Excellent
Current
Low
Required scuba diving level / certification
Beginner - intermediate

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