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Ideal for: Beach Lovers, Relaxation Seekers, Outdoor Enthusiasts
Home to a variety of colorful coral, extraordinary marine life, pristine beaches, and lush tropical vegetation, Vommuli is truly an untouched island paradise. Located approximately 80 miles southwest of the Maldives’ capital city of Malé, Vommuli is located in the Southern Nilandhe Atoll, also known as the Dhaalu Atoll. The region is renowned for its scuba diving and snorkeling sites thanks to its crystal clear waters and a rich marine ecosystem. Vommuli is also surrounded by seven inhabited islands, easily reachable by speedboat or traditional dhoni, where visitors can experience even more Maldivian culture, local cuisine, and unique markets.
Recognized as an international dive site, Vommuli is ideal for an underwater excursion any time of year. Crystal clear, tranquil water makes it easy to spot colorful fish and coral, manta rays, reef sharks, and sea turtles.
Set sail by catamaran, traditional dhoni, or even a luxury yacht for a day of exploration followed by an unmatched sunset at sea. Nearby islands offer local culture, handcrafted jewelry, and one-of-a-kind souvenirs.
For a truly unique experience, paddle through serene waters to the secluded surrounding reefs and sandbanks to observe dolphins and other exciting marine life through your glass-bottom kayak.
Vommuli is in the equatorial belt and has a consistent tropical climate with an average temperature of 86°F throughout the year. The water temperature is also an average 86°F year-round Hours of daylight are the same throughout the year, as well. Rainy season in the southern atoll is typically mid-May to November. The Maldives enjoys its best weather from December to February, when visitors can expect little rain, lower humidity, and blue skies—this is also the region’s busy season.