Mendhu Ingili

Locally, Mendhu Ingili means “middle finger.“ This dive site is a hidden treasure with a beautiful reef away from the busy and famous Guraidhoo corner. Diversity is rich here due to the flow of nutritious ocean currents.

You will see eagle rays, whitetip reef sharks, lots of small fish life, oriental sweet lips, leaf fish, ghost pipefish, and giant moray eels.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 17 m
Current

Current

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

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

This dive site is well known as a Manta Ray Cleaning and feeding zone from late March to begining of November and some times into mid-December. This is one of the best places to dive with these giant rays within this part of the Atoll.

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One of the interesting attractions during the northeast monsoon, this site offers a wide variety of big fish life. The entire channel is a marine protected area. Be well prepared for several downstream washing machine currents when drifting to the inside channel.

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Kuda Kandu means small channel and is situated north of Guraidhoo channel, which has a very shallow sandy bottom at 12 meters deep and 10 meters wide. It is deep inside the atoll with colonies of stony corals which give good hide away spots to blue stripe yellow snappers.

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Middle point “MEDHU FARU“ offers different varieties of fish life. At 30m overhangs are covered with sea fans and between 8-20m. Drifting to the inside will take you along rich coral formations. The best diving can be archived during a north east current.

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Lhosfushi corner can be dived with strong or medium flowing inward or outward of the atoll, or with no current at all. It’s therefore a suitable dive site for all level, with both good hard & soft corals, and a very dense fish life.

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This dive site is in the channel of Lohifushi, with a sandy bottom between 15 - 25 meters. You can dive both sides of the 50-meter large sand channel. In the sand, you can find many coral blocks.

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This is a long, gently dropping reef. An easy dive site for every level of diver. Best depth is in the 5 to 20-meter zone. During the month of August, there is a strong possibility to see whale sharks with the small incoming south to east current.

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Beautiful outside reef dive. Many big and small coral blocks between 5-15 meters. A gentle drop off going down to 30 meters. Best to be dived in an East to West current.

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This dive site is named Napoleon Reef for good reason. This site is covered in large Napolean wrasses. This is a good drift dive for all levels of diver. Many times divers have also encountered whale sharks and mobula rays here as well.

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this dive site is located on east side of dive point rannalhi, boat navigation time is 40min. its a very small round giri, you can swim around in one hour

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