Maldives is undeniably home to an incredible diversity of marine life and is frequently ranked as one of the most stunning and pristine diving locations in the world. Divers of all levels, including beginners and experts, are fascinated for this reason alone. With the help of our PADI and SSI-certified diving center at JA Manafaru Maldives, you can also experience this world for yourself. Experience these intriguing and colorful species of underwater residents up close and personal while being guided by our trained staff.
The Best House Reef for Free Diving at Ja Manafaru
On the east side of the island, next to the jetty, is the house reef. The diving school is right adjacent to the jetty on the beach and using the buggy, you can get there in about two minutes. The house reef is at the end of the jetty.
The reef quickly descends to a depth of 25 meters, where the sandy bottom is home to many different types of macrolife, including garden eels, hermit crabs, shrimp, nudibranchs, honeycomb moray eels, and bottom-dwelling stingrays. The reef itself is made up of finger corals and stony corals, which are home to tiny reef fish. It is a great training reef for check dives and diving courses due to the gentle currents.
This Ja Manafaru house reef is also home to a diversity of marine life that enlivens the whole site. Its clear water is also perfect for your underwater pictorial as if the water itself is boasting its own beauty and wants you to tell the whole world about its undeniable attraction.
The Best Place to Stay in Ja Manafaru
If you are looking forward to a deep-sea experience, it would be best to perch on top of the water during your stay. The most recommended choice of rooms will be between the sunset water villa and the sunrise water villa.
Ja Manafaru Sunrise Water Villa with Infinity Pool
With a pastel color scheme slowly transforms the island's dark blue sky canvas into a work of art of color that is reflected onto the water at sunrise over the Indian Ocean, which is a sight to behold. This magnificent beauty of the illusionary blue panorama will surely enthrall you to dive. This color symphony contrasts well with the muted tones of your Sunrise Water Villa with Infinity Pool. This 110 square meters property, which features an expansive private balcony and an infinity plunge pool, offers views of the Indian Ocean from a number of different angles.
Ja Manafaru Sunset Water Villa with Infinity Pool
It is a wonderful sight to see the sunset on the Indian Ocean's horizon, where the colors blend together. This island highlight contrasts well with the neutral colors of your Sunset Water Villa with Infinity Pool. This room emanates an enticing vibe for a deep dive with the turquoise water beneath your feet. Its 110 square meters space has a large private terrace and an infinity plunge pool, from which you can take in views of the Indian Ocean from a number of locations.
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The Perfect Weather for Free Diving at Ja Manafaru
The Maldives generally has two seasons which Ja Manafaru also enjoys. The "best of the best" Ja Manafaru Maldives weather period, often known as the dry season, lasts from October through April. The 26 atolls of numerous sandy coral islands experience calm waters with good visibility for snorkeling and scuba diving throughout this time, along with abundant sunshine, beautiful blue skies, and little rain. The Maldives is a wonderful place to spend Christmas because of the lovely weather in December.
Don't be put off by the fact that the "monsoon season" spans from May to September. The Ja Manafaru weather includes rains that are often brief, and by traveling then, you can take advantage of some amazing deals. Storms are possible, but clouds quickly pass over the low-lying atolls, and this time of year, there are also extended periods of dazzling sunshine.
These weather patterns bless the Ja Manafaru Maldives to be generally in the perfect weather for free diving and enjoying the sight of the enlivening diversity of the Indian Ocean.
Aside from this house reef, there are still more sites for you to dive into if you want to explore other places on other days of your stay. You may also arrange your visits to other sites with your travel agent.