|Dhekunu Thilafalhuge Miyaruvani|
Lions Head is on the outside of North Male' Atoll facing south into Vaadhoo Channel. From the reef edge at about 8m there is a step down to a steep rubble slope where you can sit to watch the sharks. To your right (west) as you face out there is a large overhang that leads down to over 30. To your left (east) there is a line of small overhangs in 10-15m that continues for about 150 m.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Circling above the reef are large schools of flame baslet and blue stripped snapper. There are also many freckled hawk fish, long-nose filefish, and scorpion fish, including the common lionfish on the reef top. Grey Reef shark spotted year around.