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Maldives > Caves > On the north side of Vaadhoo R > [View]

On the north side of Vaadhoo Resort about 50 minutes from Male' you can find the Vaadhoo Caves or Wadu Caves. Here the reef drops off into the depths of Vaadhoo Channel. This dive is best with a current from east to west. A very large overhang starts at 15 meters and drops to about 30 meters. Inside the overhang are different plateaus, which are overgrown with whip coral. The ceiling is fully covered with blue and yellow soft corals. Schools of sweet lips and snappers shelter within the overhang. Turtles are common on this site. Keep the reef on the left and you will find another overhang at about eight meters. Out on the reef top with a slight current you will be surrounded by fusilier fish.

Maldives > Old Shark Point > Old Shark Point is located wes > [View]

Old Shark Point is located west of Male, only 30 minutes by boat. On the south east corner of the reef there are large broken rocks that obstruct the current and attract a lot of marine life. At the corner at about 13 meters of depth there is a small canyon/swim through with lots of soft corals, sponges and small fish. Lobsters are often seen hiding here.

This dive is best with an ocean current flowing east to west. Large pelagic fish can be seen here as well as sharks and eagle rays. Explore the broken rocks and swim-through and flow with the current along the reef to the west past big trees of black coral and sea fans. It is possible to find nurse sharks resting in the shallow overhangs.