Dhigurah (Dhivehi: ދިގުރަށް) is one of the inhabited islands of Alif Dhaal Atoll where Whale sharks are year-round residents.
In the local language, Dhivehi, the name of the island can be directly translated into ‘Long Island’ and has consequently the longest beach of the atoll (and in one of the longest in the Maldives). Its surrounding waters are known to be a famous whale shark area.
A huge lagoon can be found protecting the west side of the island, which is one of the more reliable places to see manta rays in this area, particularly in the southwest monsoon.
|Languages spoken||English, Dhivehi|
|Currency used||USD | MVR|
|Area (km2)||4 km|