Mirihi (R) - [ Ari Atholhu Dhekunuburi (Alifu Dhaalu Atoll) ]

Mirihi is an island in the southwestern part of the lagoon of Ari Atoll, Maldive Islands. The island is operated as Mirihi Island Resort. Mirihi is currently used as a "tourist island", hosting a holiday resort containing 36 guest bungalows consisting mainly of overwater accommodations. Mirihi's house reef is worthy of note as it is in excellent condition and accessible directly from the resort's beach.

General Information

DMS Latitude 3° 37' 9'' N
DMS Longitude 72° 46' 49'' E
Area (ha) 3.50
Length (m) 0.30
Width (m) 0.05
Island status Under Ministry of Tourism
Leased info To: Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture
Nearest to airport name
Proximity to airport (km) 85
Nearest sea plane landing area
Proximity to sea plane landing area (km) 56
Nearest inhabited island
Proximity to inhabited island (km) 45
Nearest uninhabited island Aarah (U)
Proximity to uninhabited island (km) 34
Nearest lagoon Aarah (U)
Proximity to lagoon (km) 25
Nearest resort
Proximity to resort (km) 21
Bait Found Fishing is a gathering skill which involves catching fish. Higher Fishing levels allow for the utilisation of different mechanisms of Fishing as well as the ability to capture a larger selection of fish. Captured fish may be cooked via the Cooking skill to create food which may be used to regain health during combat. The current minimum requirement to be ranked (at approximately rank 511,500) on the hiscores for Fishing is level 15. As of 29 June 2013,there are 57,639 current members that have achieved level 99 in Fishing.
Reef fish found Coral reef fish are fish which live amongst or in close relation to coral reefs. Coral reefs form complex ecosystems with tremendous biodiversity. Among the myriad inhabitants,the fish stand out as particularly colourful and interesting to watch. Hundreds of species can exist in a small area of a healthy reef,many of them hidden or well camouflaged. Reef fish have developed many ingenious specialisations adapted to survival on the reefs. Coral reefs occupy less than one percent of the surface area of the world oceans,yet they provide a home for 25 percent of all marine fish species. Reef habitats are a sharp contrast to the open water habitats that make up the other 99% of the world oceans.
Purpose Resorts
Weather condition Local Weather. +28. +30°. +27°.
Protected area
Environmentally sensitive area
Invasive species
Sea plane landing area
Ice plants
Fish processing plants
Agricultural islands
Regional ports
Historical islands
Picnic islands
Marine protected areas
Biosphere reserve

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Historical Place

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Location Name of the site Size (sq ft) Reason for protection Fauna Flora

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Old Historical Tree

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