Win a Free Dive

Here is a challenge for you: find us a frog fish and win a free dive !! We are now diving the many new dive sites in the Baa Atoll for 2 months and we are amazed at what we find on every dive in the first and only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the Maldives.…

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How exciting or scary is snorkelling at night?

It is not everywhere in the world where you actually can go snorkelling at night and the reefs of the Maldives certainly offer the perfect surrounding with water temperatures of 28 degrees all year round and an abundance of marine life. Snorkelling at night is also a perfect introduction if you are planning to do…

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The World of Manta Rays

As a marine biologist Beth Taylor worked on various shark and coral projects in the Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands and Greece. For the past 3 years she was studying the world of manta rays in the Maldives with Manta Trust a UK based charity who’s researchers are located in different Atolls throughout the Maldives as…

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Introduction Dive in the Pool

We started the week with a very popular introduction dive in the pool. As a weekly event to create interest and opportunity we offer this dive free of charge to our guests at Kihaa Maldives. We explain the equipment and some basics about slow breathing and equalising the pressure and take you slowly from the…

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Mantas jumping out of the water

Now that is something you don’t see every day – mantas jumping out of the water at Hanifaru Bay. It is not clear if mantas jump out of the water because they can or to rid themselves of parasites stuck to their bodies or to impress their mate. It certainly impressed us. We will have…

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Dolphin Sighting on our Snorkel Trip

This week during our turtle snorkel excursion we did not only see green and hawksbill turtles but we were lucky to swim together with a pod of dolphins, an amazing experience. Some of the guests who snorkelled with the dolphins went to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Hanifaru Bay the following day to snorkel with mantas.…

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Highlights of our first week in Baa Atoll

For our first dive we went to Dharavandhoo Thila and were welcomed by 4 mantas and several stingrays, we knew we were in the right place. We invited our first guests not only for the dive but also for a bottle of Prosecco. We completed our first PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course with Alessandro…

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Welcome to Kihaa Maldives, Hanifaru & Baa Atoll

It’s with much excitement that we are preparing to open the door of Ocean Dimensions’ new home in the Maldives at Kihaa Resort.

Kihaa is located in the Baa Atoll’s Unesco Biosphere Reserve, right on the door step of one of the Maldives’ most famous sites – Hanifaru Bay.

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80 years young and diving

As of August 2017, Ocean Dimensions are now diving & snorkelling in the Unesco Biosphere Reserve in the Baa Atoll at Kihaa Maldives – the closest resort to Hanifaru Bay. We hope to see you there! Margo and Michael are 80 years young and diving! If you thought you might have to stop diving earlier,…

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We dive with 12 different species of rays

As of August 2017, Ocean Dimensions are now diving & snorkelling in the Unesco Biosphere Reserve in the Baa Atoll at Kihaa Maldives – the closest resort to Hanifaru Bay. We hope to see you there! If we don’t count the guitarfish which is half ray half shark we see 12 different species of rays…

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