Kaafu Atoll is the code name given to an administrative division in the Republic of Maldives which consists of the geographical atolls of Kaashidhoo Island, Gaafaru, North Malé Atoll and South Malé Atoll. As the two Malé Atolls are the main islands of the administrative district, the entire Kaafu Atoll administrative division is officially named Malé Atoll or Malé Atolhu in the Maldivian language, Dhivehi.
The capital of the administrative division is Male’.
Although Malé, the capital of the Maldives, and the adjacent islands of Vilingili, Hulhule and Hulhumalé, are geographically part of the North Malé Atoll, they do not form part of the Kaafu Atoll administrative division and are a separate administrative division.
Imagine yourself cruising through an underwater garden filled with tropical fish. This is exactly what you will experience during your 45-minute dive. Onboard the whale submarine you will descend to a submerged reef 45 meters beneath the surface. During the Descent the seabed and different types of reef fish. In most of the dives, the submarine is greeted by a school of blue or yellow-striped Snappers.