Rani Corner

Rani Corner is a beautiful inner reef dive with a wall starting at around 5 meters and gradually slopping down till 30 meters, with lots of overhangs in between 10-25 meters with great hard and soft corals.

Frequently Seen: Napoleon wrasse, Whitetip reef shark, Moray Eel, Fish Schools, Hawksbill Turtles, and, with luck, Ribbon Eels.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wall/Drop Off

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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At the outside reef of Fihalohi, a gentle slope goes down to 20 meters. In the sandy bottom there are stone corals and, within it, shelter loads of glassfish and cleaning shrimps.

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This is a small inside reef, with a drop off on the west side and lots of overhangs. A torch is recommended. This site is full of hard corals on the top reef and is one of the best sites known for its coral.

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This is a small inside reef with a drop off on the west side. This site is full of holes and overhangs in between 5 - 12 meters. Sponges and black coral are abundant. Diving with a torch is highly recommended.

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This is a very good dive site for all kinds of divers, starting with a gentle slope in the sandy bottom and then moving on to the reef which is quite widespread, with a maximum depth of 17 meters. Since its also a nursery for juveniles, some trevallys coming in to feed.

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The dive school located at the end of the main jetty offers access to the house reef, giving you easy excess to the seamless drop-off for diving and snorkeling. One of the best house reef resorts in the Maldives. Night feeding manta rays are here almost every night.

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Admiral 3 is on the North side of Rannalhi on the outside reef in the channel. It is a wall that starts at 7 meters, and the drop-off continues down to 28 meters. There is a good chance to see big fish in the channel entry.

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