Explore the beautiful house reefs and faroes that make up Baa Atoll and discover for yourself why it is renown worldwide as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserver. Tom kae it even more memorable you could even choose to get licensed as a Diver on your trip!
Excursions to Local Islands
Day trips can be arranged to local islands with a local guide that will tailor your time to your preferences, giving you the most authentic cultural experience possible. No one knows the Maldives like we Maldivians do!
Even if you haven’t gotten your diving credentials, any water lover visiting Baa Atoll should visit the spectacular reefs and say hello to the magnificent fauna it houses! If you’re lucky enough to be visiting for the Manta Season, the underwater phenomenon that is Hanifaru Bay is a must see!
Visit a virgin island, a stretch of sand in the sky for the epitome of romantic picnics.
As Dharavandhoo is a local island, fishing can be enjoyed 50 meters from the island, within the hemisphere of its house reef as well as further out in the ocean, depending on how adventurous you’re feeling.
A range of watersports from Jet SKis to Banana Boats will provide plenty of thrills and excitement for the more action oriented!
Manta Viewing – Hanifaru Bay trip
Hanifaru Bay, the plankton filled spot where all Manta’s come to meet. During the manta season that is from June till November, the south west monsoon causes planktons to be heavily built up in this area attracting hundreds of Manta Rays and whale sharks. It is a once in a lifetime experience to swim with these gentle giants during their feeding frenzy.
In the 19 th century, a slave was once bought by the King while on his pilgrimage in Mecca. When the King freed her to gain merit in the afterlife, he had built her a house and a well in Goidhoo Island for her to settle in. Visit this beautiful to experience history and snorkel in the extraordinary “Coral Garden” that is only 5 minutes away from Goidhoo Island.