In Fuvuahmulah, divers can see seven types of rare sharks in one dive! See dozens of tiger sharks a day, and observe thresher sharks in the shallow cleaning stations all day long, as well as abundant black oceanic mantas and mobula.
Encounter gorgeous schools of great and scalloped hammerheads, giant whale sharks and Mola-Mola! Fuvahmulah is the only place on the planet where you can see all of these majestic pelagics together year-round in their natural environment.
Fuvahmulah is on par with the other islands on the equator, like the Galapagos and Cocoa, and absolutely should not be missed if you're serious about diving.
Find local PADI dive shops and explore the top dive sites with our map.
Male Ibrahim Nasir International Airport is well served by direct charter flights from Western Europe, but direct scheduled flights are rarer - and you need to transfer in the Middle East first.
If you’re staying on the Fuvahmulah Atoll then you will transfer by domestic flight (one hour) to the island’s airport.