Naifaru and Snorkelling
Half Day Island Hopping / Naifaru and Snorkelling
Visit the capital of the Lhaviyani Atoll and snorkel a pristine coral reef on return to Kuredu
Get a glimpse of how the local Maldivians live by visiting a local island, the capital of the Lhaviyani Atoll, Naifaru, before heading to one of the colourful coral reefs to catch a glimpse of the underwater kingdom that the Maldives boasts. Plunge in one of the most stunning underwater environments you are unlikely to see again anytime soon!
- Naifaru, the capital of the Lhaviyani Atoll, is 625 metres long and 325 metres wide with a total population of less than 4,400 people. Take a walk in the footsteps of people on the island - their schools, medical facilities, mosques and local shops.
NaifaruSnorkel at one of the colourful coral reefs of the Lhaviyani Atoll and be amazed by the big variety of coral and fish life. You will love the big shoals of blue fusiliers, schooling blue striped snappers, oriental sweetlips seeking shelter beneath the table corals, and everything else that you may find below the water surface. The snorkel site will be chosen based on weather and water conditions.
Coral Reef SnorkellingBeing an Islamic country, consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited outside the resorts. To pay respect to the local culture, women are asked to cover their shoulders and knees when visiting a local island. Wearing footwear is advised.
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