Fuvahmulah - one atoll, one island 

big pelagic nursery and cleaning station

in the middle of open ocean on the Equator 

Why should you visit Fuvahmulah? 

Hidden diving

Paradise

Fuvahmulah is the island in Maldivian archipelago which has unique location - it is rock in the middle of open ocean. All year through island is  surrounded by thousands of pelagic creatures. 
 
Diving in Fuvahmulah is ultimate.  Here, in Fuvahmulah, divers can see 7 types of rare sharks in one dive. Here divers can see dozens of Tiger sharks everyday. Here are cleaning Thresher Sharks  stations when divers enjoy to see them  during all the day cleaning on the shallow under the sun shine. One of the biggest population of Oceanic Mantas  and Mobulas use Fuvahmulah reef as cleaning station through out the year. Seasonally they arrive for matting, when divers can enjoy dozens of them exposing playful breeding behaviour. The gorgeous schools of Great and Scalloped Hammerheads  stay on the current. Giant travellers whale sharks encountered in Fuvahulah throughout the year. The only Dreams of all divers - Longimanus and Mola-Mola! Humpback and pilot whales seasonally. 
Fuvahmulah is only the place when all these rare pelagic are avaliable to see all together, throughout the year, in natural environment and comfortable conditions. 
This unbelievable pelagic paradise has been hidden from the world diving society for a long time. The beauty and secrets of this mysterious place became accessible  for the wide audience since the beginning of 2017 when Fuvahmulah Dive School started to conduct daily underwater research. Our team has collected plenty of unique data of this amazing place. Similar to other famous islands located along the equator (Galapagos, Cocoa), Fuvahmulah is the unique place and one of the best diving destination in the world. 
On this web site you will find many interesting and useful information about diving and holiday in Fuvahmulah. Last updates of underwater adventures in Fuvahmulah you can see on our FB page  and Instagram. 
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The best video shooting of 2017-2018

Tiger Sharks in Tiger Zoo

  • All dives we do from the boat in the open ocean. 
  • We do not do night dives due to the safety reasons. 
  • For Open Water Divers Fuvahmulah is great opportunity to increase their level (PADI). 
  • Fuvahmulah is the best place to make Shark speciality and Manta Ray Speciality.
  • Diving in Fuvahmulah is exiting, however, it is require advance level and double safety.
  • It can be difficult for the beginners get fit to the local conditions. 
The best solution to approach Fuvahmulah for travellers who would like to have the best and avoid any head ache with the organisation issues. We manage all the logistic from international airport arrival. 

Special trips for photographers 

Tiger Zoo Fuvahmulah Tiger Sharks
“Tiger Zoo” is the name of the dive site when tiger sharks are available on the shallow plateau every day all year round. Sharks are not agressive, divers have possibility to see them in natural environment. Fuvahmulah Dive School provides special dive in Tiger Zoo following all the necessary safety rules and regulations. Divers are given special briefing and special safety equipment.

How to get Fuvahmulah

1. Domestic flight. 1,5 hour/twice a day

 

 

2. Speed boat from international airport Gan/ 45 min.

3. Speed boat from Huvadhoo atoll / 3 hours

Find article about diving in Fuvahmulah in your own language

Mihaaru

by Fathmath

Shaahunaz

English

Tiger sharks Fuvahmulah Tiger Zoo
Tiger Zoo Tiger Sharks Fuvahmulah
Tiger sharks Fuvahmulah Tiger Zoo

Mimi in Wanderland

by Miriam Fiba

German

Tiger Sharks Tigerhaien

Mihaaru

by Nafaahath Ibrahim

English

Fuvahmulah Diving Tiger Sharks

Hippocampus

by Peter Verhoog

Duch

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We are happy to contribute to the world database and collaborate

with the  conservation and research projects of big pelagic

Since 2017 Fuvahmulah Dive School support Manta Trust Research Project. In 2018  more than 100 Black Oceanic Manta Birostric and 2 rarest Manta Morph were identified in Fuvahmulah waters. 

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