Unexplored reefs made for scooting


Unexplored reefs made for scooting

0319 travel news prodivers

The new 3* Innahura Maldives Resort lies on the south-eastern ridge of Lhaviyani Atoll and is the location for the Maldives’ sixth Prodivers dive-centre.

Most of the surrounding reefs have yet to be explored, says Prodivers, but it  reckons there are sites suitable for all levels of experience.

The centre also rents out DPVs, which it says make it easy to dive the many channels and corners where grey reef sharks, Napoleon wrasse, eagle rays, dogtooth tuna and barracuda can be seen.

26 February 2019

There are 78 sunset or sunrise bungalows, spa, two bars and a surprising amount of land as well as (non-motorised) water sports.

Innahura is a 40-minute seaplane flight from Male.

Full-board bungalow early-bird offers start at US $297 a night (May prices, two sharing). A package of six consecutive days’ no-limits diving costs US $560pp, Apollo scooter rental $24.



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