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 Northern Huvadhu Atoll (Gaafu Alifu)

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English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

English (Translate this text in English): Northern Huvadhu Atoll or Gaafu Alifu is an administrative division of the Maldives created on February 8, 1962 when Huvadhu Atoll was divided into two districts. Gaafu Alifu corresponds to the northeastern section of this large natural atoll north of the line extending between the channels of Footukandu and Vaarulu Kandu. The capital of this district is Vilingili. Source: Wikipedia.org

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DhevanaThila 1 / -
10 m 30 m All divers
Dhiyadhoo - / -
15 m 30 m CMAS ** / AOW
Hafsa Thila - / -
15 m 30 m All divers
Hootu Kandu - / -
20 m 45 m CMAS ** / AOW
Kaadedhdhoo Kandu - / -
25 m 40 m CMAS ** / AOW
Kondey Kandu - / -
20 m 40 m CMAS ** / AOW
Kuredhdhoo Kandu - / -
40 m 20 m CMAS ** / AOW
Maafushi Beru - / -
25 m 50 m CMAS ** / AOW
Maarehaa Kandu - / -
20 m 40 m CMAS ** / AOW
Meradhoo Kandu - / -
25 m 50 m CMAS ** / AOW
Meradhoo Thila - / -
15 m 40 m All divers
Nilandhoo Giri - / -
15 m 30 m CMAS ** / AOW
Nilandhoo Kandu - / -
20 m 40 m CMAS ** / AOW
Short Cut Channel - / -
12 m 20 m All divers
Vilingili Kandu - / -
20 m 40 m CMAS ** / AOW

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