Located on the south western side of the island of Thulusdhoo, the dive spot is a semi circular area covered in rocks, and a delight to swim in brisk, clear currents.
Located in the corner to a channel, you can so as you anchor yourself to the reef and watch as pelagics and other fish drift in the current that’s either going into or out of the channel, depending on the season.. Barracuda, big-eye trevally, blue fin jack, rainbow runner and dog toothed tuna can be seen, and occasionally grey reef sharks, napoleon and eagle rays roam around trying to catch a meal.
Plenty of soft corals that flourish on the reef slope leading into the channel and the geography around here are thrown in stark relief especially in the midmorning sunlight. Around the northern area of the divespot, leading into the channel, you can see caves in the steeper walls, at a depth of around 45 ft from the surface of the sea.
Also known as HP Reef, the area is a marine protected area and since it achieved this status, the reef has been a refuge for masses of fish of many species. The geography is roughly rectangular, with a jagged southern end where there are plenty of plenty of reefs, caves and crevices. There are a lot of beautiful soft corals, seafans, reef fish and pelagics to be seen here. Read more about Maldives flora and fauna.