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Deep South

Huvadhoo and Laamu Atoll: Few divers, hammerhead and tiger sharks, mantas and beautiful coral

Please note: For this safari we recommend that all divers are comfortable with drift dives and strong currents, and that each diver has a minimum of 100 logged dives. One or two domestic flights between the atolls is required to reach the liveaboard. This is included in the price of the trip. The route varies in length between 7, 9 and 10 nights. 

What's Included in a liveaboard package?

  • Flight r/t
  • Transfers airport - boat r/t
  • Shared double cabin with ensuite bathroom
  • All meals, snacks, drinks (not alcohol)
  • Diving @ 3-4 dives per day including guide
  • weights, weight belt and 12L cylinder
  • All marine park fees and taxes


During February through April, clear, clean water runs in from the east side of the Maldives. The ocean currents from Sumatra in Indonesia not only give divers fantastic visibility, but also a huge variety of pelagic fish that are hunting for food. If you are interested in getting up close with plenty of sharks, then Deep South is the route for you!

Diving will take place at Huvadhoo and Laamu atolls, which are the most southerly atolls in the Maldives. Here you will enjoy diving with few other divers due to the location, and will have the opportunity to see hammerhead, silky, tiger and grey reef sharks. 

The currents in this region during this time of the year are stronger than normal, and diving through natural canals in the reef system increases it even more. Yet it is these very currents that attract som many pelagics. Besides the many sharks, tuna fish and mantas that will join you on the reef, the corals in the south are incredibly beautiful. There will be plenty of macro diving to enjoy the nudibranchs and the scorpion fish. And with a little luck, you will have the chance to snorkel with the mighty whale shark. 

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