Discover The Divers Paradise at Oblu Select at Helengeli, Maldives

A delightful diving experience awaits you at OBLU by Atmosphere at Helengeli, an exhilarating 50-minute speedboat ride from Male’ International Airport in the Maldives. It is one of the very few islands within the Maldives that highlights the natural aesthetics of the lush green island itself. The exotic Helengeli House Reef & superb Channel Diving are just metres away from the shoreline. OBLU by Atmosphere at Helengeli the superior 4-star resort, is listed among the top 10 diving resorts in the Maldives and boasts of 116 villas with vibrant, trendy and colourful interiors, infused with tropical Maldivian designs.

This island is located in the azure blue waters and has over 30+ exotic dive spots in the nearby vicinity. The current flow into the atoll allows you to observe all the underwater biodiversity, including pelagic fish categories such as tuna, sharks, rays and jack fish that makes diving an exciting experience. The dive sites in the area are on offer for both beginners as well as advanced divers. It ranges from out-reef dives to drift channel dives and reef pinnacles with high expertise in local surroundings.

Stephane Laguette, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Atmosphere Hotels & Resorts, said, “The Maldivian Beach Holiday Experience at Helengeli Island is unique and renowned for its exotic house reef with its resident silver-tipped sharks, lobsters and giant sea turtles. Whether you are ready to take your first breath underwater or you are an amateur diver keen to explore further under the watchful eye of a professional, the property will provide a true taste of life in the Indian Ocean region. We also offer a wide range of activities including fantastic channel diving and sighting predatorial deep-sea fish that could be one enthralling experience.”

At Helengeli you can enroll for courses like SSI and PADI at highly experienced multilingual dive professionals centres like TGI Dive & Watersports Centre. This beautiful island is strategically located as one of the main channels that link the interior lagoon to the Indian Ocean, certainly providing a diver the dive of his life.   

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