Archive for the ‘Vakarufalhi’ Category

Dive Update: Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

With Christmas fast approaching (now there is a scary thought!) the diving is starting to really pick up with Prodivers.

Komandoo have had a good week in the Lhaviyani Atoll, the Manta Rays have been on show all week in Fushivaru, both on (more…)

Dive Update: Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012
whale shark 1

Following a short break (I went on holiday…) the Komandoo and Vakarufalhi updates are back online!

Komandoo have had a couple of good weeks. Already the video of Komandoo’s Pilot whale experience is on our blog so check that out here! As well as this the Manta rays on Fushi Varu Thila have been providing some great (more…)

Whalesharks around Vakarufalhi!

Sunday, October 21st, 2012
Whaleshark Vakarufalhi Maldives

It’s been an exciting week down in the South Ari Atoll, and our divers at Vakarufalhi were lucky enough to see a whaleshark at Maamigili Beru. Maamigili Beru is a long stretch of outer reef on the southern side of the Atoll, which is one of the Maldives’ whaleshark hotspots.

Our divers at Vakarufalhi this weeek were not only blessed with the biggest fish in the ocean, but also great visibility, allowing the whaleshark to be curious enough to spend a few minutes with (more…)

Dive Update: Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Monday, October 15th, 2012
Ghost pipe fish maldives

It’s been another good week of dives for those visiting us on Koamdnoo and Vakarufalhi.  The weather is starting to improve, although a few storms still throw up the odd surprise. Vakarufalhi had some great dives on Ali and Reethi Thila. An inquisitive Napoleon proved (more…)

Dive Update: Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
Mamigili Beru Maldives

It’s been another great week in the Maldives, clear skies and flat seas has allowed for some fantastic diving.  Vakarufalhi have been going out doing some great dives taken in the amazing coral life on offer in the South Ari Atoll, with some great dives on (more…)

Dive Update – Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Monday, October 1st, 2012
Vakarulfahi Crab Scuba Dive

For this weeks update on what has been going on at our Komandoo and Vakarufalhi dive centres Komandoo reported a quiet week…

The weather has been good, clear skies and decent vis. They visited Fushivaru a few times and 7-8 Mantas both on the thila and cruising in the channel and on the corner. They found (more…)

Dive Update – Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Manta Ray Vakarufalhi Maldives

Although there have been some showers the weather has seen an improvement this week. Komandoo’s highlight was  a superb dive on Fushivaru – with a channel full of sharks, eagles rays and tuna finishing on the Thila where 5 mantas were being cleaned, allowing our divers to get nice and close. This is just one of many occasions where we have seen manta rays back in Fushivaru and all signs point to (more…)

Dive Update – Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Monday, September 17th, 2012
 Blue Parrot Fish Vakarufalhi Maldives

It’s been a quiet week for the Lhaviyani atoll, but the weather has been better – with flat seas and clear skies. The Mantas have been hanging around with sightings being reported from across the atoll. Komandoo have had some great dives with the turtles on Caves where nurse sharks and mobulas made an appearance. This weekend Komandoo took part in (more…)

Dive Update from Komandoo and Vakarufalhi

Monday, September 10th, 2012

This week has seen some big storms in the Lhaviyani Atoll, which has had an impact on the diving we have been able to offer.  However this hasn’t stopped Komandoo from going out and playing with the Mantas at Fushi Varu –where Prodivers have had good numbers being seen all week. For the adventurous divers Felivaru Kandu (more…)

Komandoo and Vakarufalhi Update

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Komandoo had a fairly quiet week amongst the squalls and showers that were blowing in from the west they had some great dives on Madivaru Thila, where a new Leaf Fish was found to complement the great array of reef fish that can be seen amongst the table corrals that dominate this sunken island. Manta Rays were also seen in (more…)