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Meyli Miyaru is inspired by the ocean. We've been lucky enough to travel the world and dive in some of the best locations and we wanted to share some of our favourites with you ...  


1. Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru house reef - The Maldives 

The house reef is just a short walk from the beach, crystal clear turquoise water and shallow reefs, Vabbinfaru house reefs is a beautiful underwater world of colourful reef fish, turtles and white tip reef sharks. 


Image @Shivaz 


2. Sipadan - Borneo

Schools of barracuda, dozens of sea turtles, sharks, and endless reef fish where we first fell in love with the Lionfish. If you're really lucky you might even see hammerhead sharks - still on our checklist. We stayed on the beautiful stilted village called Kapalai, a stunning water village with no land in sight. 





2. Lankan Manta Point - The Maldives

The rocks at Lankan Point are a giant cleaning station for the manta rays. They circle the rocks waiting their turn for cleaner wrasse to remove old skin and parasites, once finished the manta ray swim gracefully along the reef feeding on plankton. The dive site is shallow so you can settle in one spot and watch the manta rays glide above you


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3. The Blue Hole - Belize 

This submarine sinkhole is 300 meters wide, and a 124 meters deep. And an amazing site to see the impressive multi-coloured stalactites and stalagmites. Expect to see schools of giant groupers, nurse sharks and Caribbean reef sharks swimming in this natural wonder.


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4. Stingray City - Grand Cayman 

Not exactly a dive - Stingray city is a series of shallow sandbars where stingrays are found in abundance - wearing a snorkel mask and standing in chest height water you have the opportunity to interact with the stingray, feed them squid and gentle hold them. 

- There is a new Stingray City in The Bahamas where we shot some of our Lookbook images for the debut collection. 


Photographer Elena Kalis 
5. Two Mile Reef - Benguerra Island, Mozambique
The reefs of the Bazaruto Archipelago are some of the most unspoiled and untouched reefs in the world. Its a divers paradise. Swim in the shallow crystal clear waters that are home to many exotic reef fish, abundant starfish, soft and hard corals, anemones and seahorses.  
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Get wet, Blow bubbles, See Fish 

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