The diversity of marine life in the Baa Atoll is incredible, but it’s the regular sightings of manta rays and whale sharks during the summer months that attracts divers.
The Baa Atoll is home to only a few resorts. The region sees less divers than its more southerly neighbours, ensuring diving away from the crowds. Surrounded by uninhabited islands, Reethi Beach Resort is a casual yet elegant resort set amidst lush tropical vegetation, shaded by palm trees and surrounded by a shallow lagoon, a perfect Maldivian retreat.
This suggested itinerary is suitable for divers and snorkellers.
Travelling alone? Travel between 01 May and 15 July and there is no single supplement!
Day1: Depart the UK for Malé
Day2: Arrive and transfer to resort on Baa Atoll
You will be met on arrival in Malé and continue your journey by domestic flight to your resort on the Baa Atoll in the northern atolls region of the Maldives. Check in for your week long stay. Rest of day at leisure.
Days3-8: Dive Baa Atoll
Enjoy the marine diversity of the house reef with regular sightings of stingrays, guitar sharks, dolphin, eagle rays and schools of bat fish. Suitable for divers and snorkellers.
Your dive pack includes six days non-limit shore diving. Plenty of time to see everything!
Day9: Transfer to Malé
Transfer by boat and domestic flight to the airport for your flight back to the UK.
Day10: Land UK
You should note: Boat trips payable locally. Non-limit dive pack for divers with 40+ logged dives only. Nitrox is complimentary for qualified divers. Ask us about liveaboard diving in this area.
Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 10 daysfrom £2,475 pp
When to go: May-Oct
Included in the price/package:
Flights from the UK
7 nights resort (half board)
6 days non-limit dive pack
Tanks, weights & Nitrox
Transfers (domestic flight)
This remote region receives fewer visitors than the rest of the Maldives and stretches from Baa Atoll up to Haa Alifu and Dhallu and includes Lhaviyani and Noonu atolls, as well as Hanifaru Bay, where exceptional numbers of mantas and whale sharks congregate annually.
Ideal for viewing: white-tip reef shark, napoleon wrasse, grey reef shark, black-tip reef shark, reef manta ray
Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Shore diving, Snorkelling
Suggested accommodation is shown below.
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Surrounded by uninhabited islands, this 4-star eco-friendly resort offers divers the opportunity to explore the Baa Atoll and relax on isolated beaches – the perfect Maldivian retreat