Maamunagaa Giri

Maamunagaa Giri is like an isosceles triangle and can only be approached in good weather. The south side lies on the deep channel between Baa and Raa Atoll. Here, and on the northwest side, you can often see gray reef sharks and a beautiful school of jackfish. Macro life lies in the small overhangs and holes.

Gray reef sharks, stingrays, ghost moray eels, many other moray eels, napoleons, butterflyfish, a great school of bannerfish, and sometimes nurse sharks on the reef top.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 19 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Macro Spot
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

If you want to see anemones you have to come to this place,, there is a field with hundreds of anemones where we also can always find turtles. The Giri has approx. a diameter of 120m and is easy to dive around. Some nice small overhangs

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Small Thila directly on the island of Villingilli on the offshore plateau in the direction of the channel between Raa and Baa Atoll. Usually a jump into the blue water east of the Thila above the plateau at the edge for approx. Let drift along 30m towards Thila and then slowly climb up the Thila. Current !!!!

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nice drift dive first in a small bay and later on a steep wall. In the bay, sloping from 4 to 22m to then have a small dropoff. With a bit of luck you can see the wonderful manta rays passing by here from January to April.

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300m long and 80m wide, this site is a must-dive reef. On the west side, the reef falls slowly from 14 to 18m, then steeply to 30m. In front, there is a large block starting at 28m. With a little bit of luck, you will see nurse sharks here. The southwest side is crisscrossed with beautiful colorful overhangs. Current!!

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Drift dive along Kudathulhaadhoo Island. Large overhang with soft corals in the west, caves in the middle, and a small bay and the tip in the east is full of fish

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The icing on the cake of our thilas is EXTREME! EXTREME CURRENT! EXTREMELY DEEP! therefore only for the experts among our guests. Please do not ask for this place because of its location, we can only approach it under certain conditions. We will talk to you about it if it is possible! Nitrox / Deep

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This dive site is a must for all experienced divers. The small main block, only about 80m round, is surrounded by smaller reefs that are almost canyon-like and have holes and arcs to dive through. Due to the location, this dive is great for deep / nitrox.

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Great challenging reef that consists of 2 thilas. The eastern Thila is not that big and is circled in 25 to 30 minutes then you fly about. 120m to the 2nd thila. Here it goes down again to look for a frogfish. Between November and April mantas and mobulas possible.

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A small reef with many different types of colorful coral. The reef roof is at a height of 6m and has a diameter of approx. 20m, at a depth of 25m it should be approx. 50m. On the west side an overhang with soft corals, further deeper a gap with giant moray eels and cleaner shrimp.

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Smaller thila that is easy to circle around when simple current conditions prevail. The reef top starts at 7m with small blocks. To the east and north, it does not drop so steeply to 25m. In the west and south a little steeper up to 35m. In the south-west are beautiful small. Overhangs.

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