The atoll of Suvadiva is located at the far south of the Maldives, a short distance from the equator, and is the ideal place for those who love pure, untouched Nature.
Tourist resorts are still scarce down here, so, today, the area is totally in the hands of Nature, with an absolutely pristine and mostly unexplored barrier reef, where the corals bloom in a miryad of colors and shapes.
Suvadiva is the largest atholl of the Maldive and the endemic different vegetation on the islands will surprise and enchante you. Turtles confidently lay their eggs on the untouched sands and archaeological remains of ancient civilizations can be found while exploring thin strips of sand.
The pristine underwater world is rich with many types of sharks, tuna, jacks, groupers, eagle rayss, and countless reef fish, swimming undisturbed inside the reefs and around the shallow waters of the lagoons, with the colorful corals like tapestry decorating the walls of the oceanic passes.
From January to March t diving conditins are the best for diving here. In the crystal clear waters reef sharks and migrating fish swim along with divers in natural armony.
Suvadiva remains a special journey for its remoteness from the capital city Male and for the amazing, unique divings that can be done in those months.
The domestic Airline Island Aviation assures connection with many daily flights to the Athol, and whoever dares to venture from Male will experience very different dives, visit up to seven comletely different athols and achieve a unique overview on the whole Maldivian territory.
Upon request, from Suvadiva you can cross the equator to Foammulah and Addu Atoll, the very southern borders o the Maldives.This area was considered British land till a few years ago, when it passed under full administration of The Maldives.