Cruises from Baa Atoll
Baa Atoll (actually three atolls) is the name of an administrative division of The Maldives, consisting of 75 islands, of which only 13 are inhabited. The two larger atolls are separated by a narrow channel. The islands have a rich biodiversity, including large mangroves, and ocean fauna that includes the great frigatebird, manta rays, dolphins, whale sharks, seaturtles and hawksbill turtles. The coral reefs include soft and hard corals, reef fish. Read more
Baa Atoll as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, placing it in the company of world famous sites such as Komodo island in Indonesia, Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) in Australia and the Galápagos Islands.