UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Maldives
The Unesco Biosphere
A UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, resplendent with life. Baa Atoll’s marine landscapes beckon the explorer within, with glinting fins and swishing tails above, below and all around. Delight and wonderment for explorers of all ages.
The Blue Hole, Amilla Fushi is proud to have one of the Baa Atoll’s most unique reef formations right on its very own House Reef. Accessible with a short boat ride, the Amilla Blue Hole is a tropical reef wonder and this trip allows you to snorkel above the entrance to the mysterious hole. Scattered near the Blue Hole are numerous coral blocks inhabited by a plethora of schooling fish.
Hanifaru Bay, where manta rays feed, circling in the deep, gliding as if through air.
Diving courses and certification for every level, plus expeditions into the depths led by passionate marine biologists.