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Extreme South "The Best Seven"
MALE – LAAMU
Arrival at Hulule/Male airport and setting sail towards the southern part of the archipelago, visiting six different atolls (Male Sud, Felidhoo, Vattaru, Mulaku, Thaa and Laamu) within a week. The long periods of sailing will be interspersed with enjoyable adrenaline-fuelled diving in passes, which are the focus of this trip.

From the Guraidhoo area we will head down towards Alimathà, Rakeedhoo, Vattaru and Mulaku Kandu, then on to Thaa with its less-known passes. Sailing on further south through Vadinolhu Kandu we will reach Laamu; the cruise will then head towards the final destinations of the picturesque Fushi and Maabaidhoo Kandu.

Last day visit to the island of Gan, then departure from Kaddhoo airport with a domestic flight to Male.
 
LAAMU- HUVADHOO (Suvadiva)
Arrival at Hulule/Male airport and setting sail towards the southern part of the archipelago visiting six different atolls (Male Sud, Felidhoo, Vattaru, Mulaku, Thaa and Laamu) within a week. The long periods of sailing will be interspersed with enjoyable adrenaline-fuelled diving in passes, which are the focus of this trip.

From the Guraidhoo area we will head down towards Alimathà, Rakeedhoo, Vattaru and Mulaku Kandu, then on to Thaa with its less-known passes. Sailing on further south through Vadinolhu Kandu we will reach Laamu; the cruise will then head towards the final destinations of the picturesque Fushi and Maabaidhoo Kandu.

Last day visit to the island of Gan, then departure from Kaddhoo airport with a domestic flight to Male.
 
HUVADHOO (Suvadiva)
In the high season, arrival at Kadeddhoo (Huvadhoo) airport with domestic flight from Male, then week-long stay at Suvadiva, the second largest atoll in the world (by surface area). Internal crossing from the west to the east coast of about 3 hours, moving among the various passes – which are all very close to each other – and enjoying the fascinating seascapes of intact coral and large schools of pelagic fish which abound in this area. As well as diving, snorkelling also offers an exciting experience to be in contact with nature, which will provide a thrilling display from the first to the last day of holiday.

Sharks (white fin, grey but also leopard and tiger), barracudas and carangidae will be travel ‘companions’, whereas the barbecue on the beach will be an unforgettable experience. As well as passes, the dives will visit reefs and the various ‘thilas’ in all their majestic beauty, both during the day and in night-time dives or snorkelling. Departure from Kadeddhoo with another domestic flight to Male, before boarding the international flight.
 
MALE' - LAAMU - HUVADHOO (Suvadiva)
Departure from the Hulule/Male airport, two-week sailing through Male Sud, Felidhoo, Vattaru, Mulaku, Thaa and Laamu to the atoll of Huvadhoo (Suvadiva), which can only be reached with favourable weather conditions (mid-winter). The destinations included in this trip will satisfy all those wishing to visit remote places far from the more commercial Maldives.

Fun will be guaranteed for both snorkelers and divers (but fishing enthusiasts too), thanks to the beautiful and extremely diversified landscapes: passes, deserted islands, sandy strips of land, islands inhabited by friendly and spontaneous people, the possibility of trolling… all these elements will make for unforgettable memories.

On the last day departure from the national airport of Kadeddhoo for Male.
 
 


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The archipelago of the Maldives: geography and territory The Maldives are an oblong ring-shaped double-range of large atolls. The archipelago of the Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, mostly just north and slightly south of the Equator, between 7°6’30” latitude north and 0°41’48” latitude south and between 72°32’30” and 73°45’54” longitude east. The Maldives comprise 26 atolls stretching north to south for about 764 km. and east to west for about 128 km. India is about 595 km. away from the archipelago to the north, Sri Lanka about 670 km. to the north-west and the Chagos islands about 550 km. to the south. The atolls comprise a circular coral reef which contains the internal lagoon around and within which the numerous islands of various sizes are clustered. The 26 atolls include a total of 1,190 coral islands covered in vegetation.

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