Diving

Explore beneath the azure

Let the waves whisper the ocean’s

secrets to your soul.

Located in South Ari Atoll, Nova is a place where the deep blue takes you on an aquatic dream. Here, the currents of pinnacles and channels carry you beyond the vibrant reefs – to some of the most spectacular sights. Home to whale sharks and manta rays all year round, Nova is one of the best places to swim alongside these gentle giants as they feed and cruise along the reef. Let our team at Aquaholics guide you through the dramatic underwater topography of overhangs and canyons draped with colourful soft corals and swim alongside exquisite marine life.

Diving at Nova

Dive sites

Located in the west of the archipelago, South Ari Atoll is home to an aquatic dream world. With pinnacles and channels covered in colourful overhangs, and shipwrecks only a few minutes away, Nova is a place where you can escape into a majestic marine world and witness the year-round population of whale sharks, manta rays and numerous other colourful life cruising the outer atoll channel.

Fishes

The pelagic heaven of South Ari Atoll is home to an abundance of marine life. The constant flow of plankton-rich waters between the channels supplies the colourful marine ecosystem and makes the sites home to various fishes. Though the atoll is known for larger marine life species, from Whale Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks to Manta Rays, the waters are also home to many others, including Oriental Sweetlips, Clown Triggerfish, big Barracudas, Scorpion Fish, Nudibranchs and schools of Oriental Sweetlips.

Dive Courses & Rates

Discover the stunning underwater world with us and create memories to last a lifetime. Whether you are swimming along with the gentle marine life, admiring the colours beneath the water or looking for a thrilling adventure underwater, we have got you. From beginner courses to advance courses and private dive courses, we are fully equipped for all your sub-aquatic escapades.

Dive FAQ

Check out our FAQ page for answers to your questions about diving at Nova.