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Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

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Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

Hi,

We're looking for the perfect diving and snorkelling holiday.

We recently went to Dhuni Kolhu in the Maldives which was perfect - shallow snorkelling full of life from wrasse, to shark, to turtle to sting ray and great dive centre organised boat dives to 30m x 3 times a day.

The hut was secluded and 50 feet from the beach and snorkelling points. It was rustic but with mod cons, including an outdoor shower, plunge pool and air-con.

Price isnt a factor - we're just looking for the right place, anywhere in the world. Recommendations would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

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1. Re: Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

have you thought of fiji?? how about koh tao in thailand?

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2. Re: Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

The best I have found is also in the Maldives at Mirihi.

Here are a few other recs,

Tikehau Pearl, Tuamotus

Hilton Moorea (not as secluded but great snorkeling)

Kia Ora Rangiroa, Tuamotus

I'm looking to book Matangi in Fiji for 2012. You may want to check it out as well.

Not huts, but Caneel Bay resort on St. John, USVI would be a great choice. Also, check out Peter Island and Cooper Island in the British Virgin Islands.

Edited: 13 December 2011, 21:13
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3. Re: Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

Thanks! Tikehau Pearl and Matangi look amazing!

Do let me know if any other ideas come to mind!

4. Re: Secluded beach huts for diving and snorkelling

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