Also known as:
Kuda Maafushivaru Giri
5m top reef, descending to 30m
Expect to see:
Hawksbill turtles, black coral trees, glass fish, frog fish, lion fish, scorpion fish, comet fish and white tip reef sharks
Time from Vakarufalhi:
Time from Lily Beach:
Kahambu in Dhivehi (the local language) means 'Hawksbill turtle' and these are frequently sited on this small reef.
The black coral trees surrounded by small glass fish are a striking feature of this reef. It is also the home of 'Fred' the frog fish. Here you also can find lion fish, scorpion fish, the very shy comet fish and white tip reef sharks cruising around.