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You’ll typically spot the whale sharks when you see a large group of birds descending on a patch of open water. At this point, you’ll get as close to the area as possible by boat and jump into the water to see if you can swim with the whale shark.
It is very unusual to see a vacation in Maldives whale shark while scuba diving; most encounters are had while snorkeling.
While the best place to swim whale shark Maldives does change with the seasons, if you have a chance to visit in July or August, one of the best places is Hanifaru whale shark.
The Maldives islands are located in the Indian Ocean, roughly 250 miles south-west off the coast of India. On your perfect Maldives vacation you will discover an island formation consisting of 26 atolls stretching in a north-south plane; In fact, it is not uncommon to find yourself completely alone on a small island or sandbank around the Maldives. Along with liveaboard cruises and scuba diving Maldives vacations, island hopping is almost as popular, with travellers left amazed at the gorgeous Maldivian scenery. Not many people are aware that the Maldives vacation islands are in fact the protruding summits of a vast underwater mountain range, comprising of over 1190 islets! Found just north of the equator, in terms of location, vacations in Maldives are simply put, the epitome of a tropical paradise.
There are places to dive with manta ray across the globe, but when it comes to diving with manta rays in the Maldives, the best place to find them is at one of the many manta ray cleaning station Maldives, where the mantas gather to have the plankton removed from their grills by smaller fish. One of the best known cleaning stations is the Dhigu Thila cleaning station in the South Male Atoll. At this cleaning station and others, divers generally find a good place to rest – usually on the seabed (as long as there’s no coral – and just relax underwater while watching the manta rays go through their cleaning ritual.
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