The Euro-Divers Vilamendhoo Maldives dive center is on the perfect island for divers. With its beautiful house reef, more than 50 nearby dive sites, Manta and Whale Shark sightings all year round and a huge variety of marine life that only very few places in the world can offer.
The fully equipped PADI 5* dive center offers diving courses from beginner to professional level as well as guided fun diving and provides the infrastructure for independent house reef diving.
Divers can choose between different 2-tank diving trips every morning and single-tank trips every afternoon. Additionally full-day trips to the whale shark national park and Manta cleaning stations are offered multiple times per week.
For those who want to explore the beautiful Maldivian underwater world independently and at their own pace, the house reef is open throughout the whole day as well as for night dives.
Full-day Whale Shark Trip
The South Ari Marine Protected Area (SAMPA) is one of only very few places in the world where whale sharks can be spotted all year long. Euro-Divers Vilamendhoo offers full day trips to the national park to dive with whale sharks which are the biggest fish in the world and on top of the bucket list of many divers.
Offered as a 2-Tank trip to Mahibadhoo Manta Point from May until November and as a full-day trip to Rangalli Manta Point from January until April. With more than 1500 identified individuals in Ari Atoll alone, the Maldives are home to the biggest population of reef Mantas worldwide. With Euro-Divers Vilamendhoo you can watch those gentle giants as they fly close over the divers heads and do their cleaning and feeding rituals. A truly unforgettable experience.
Thilas in the Dhigurah Channel
The Dhigurah channel is located between the two local islands Dangethi and Dhigurah and can be reached by Dhoni in 30 min from Vilamendhoo.
This channel offers many breathtaking Thilas like 7th heaven, Lucky Hell, Reethi Thila or Kuda Rah Thila which is often considered one of the best dive sites in the Maldives.
Sharks, turtles, eagle rays, barracudas, napoleons, huge schools of snappers, soft corals and hard corals are only a few of the things that can be spotted there on a regular basis.