16 Attractions to Explore Near Maafushivaru
A unique Island Experience in the Indian Ocean gem offering small island charm with contemporary architecture and bespoke finishing touches. The Maafushivaru Resort is partially shaded by its lush vegetation encircled by white beaches adjacent to a spectacular house reef where myriad of fish call home.
A beautiful island to stroll around in Maldives and there are so many things to see and do. This island is 900 meters long by 250 meters wide, about 55 acres and surrounded by a spectacular house reef a short swim away from the expansive sandy beach.
This is one of the iconic location in Maldives. The Nalaguraidhoo Beach located on the South Ari Atoll happens to be one of the most popular beaches across the Maldivian islands. It is very tourist friendly and also there are so many things to explore.
A beautiful undersea restaurant located 5 metres below sea level at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in Alif Dhaal Atoll in the Republic of Maldives. The restaurant was designed and constructed by M.J. Murphy Ltd. The restaurant is also used for private parties and weddings. Ithaa's entrance is a spiral staircase in a thatched pavilion at the end of a jetty.
Ari Atoll is one of the natural atolls of the Maldives. It is one of the biggest atolls and is located in the west of the archipelago.There are more than 20 islands in the Atoll designated for tourist resorts. Each island resort is self-contained with accommodation and recreational facilities such as tennis court. Scuba diving is the most popular tourist activity in the Maldives.
This gorgeous island has become a backpacker favourite in recent years, with over a dozen hotels and guesthouses opening, direct speedboat connections to Airport and a super bikini beach on the island's south side. The island has a population of about 1200 people and it is very tourist friendly and clean.
A beautiful location where you can spend some nice time in the middle of nature. Biyadhoo is blessed with lush tropical vegetation and famed to have the best house reef in the Maldives. Popular among the diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. Located in South Male Atoll, the island of Biyadhoo offers a fascinating glimpse of the simple, yet breath-taking beauty of Maldives.
Maafushi is a small island.It is also the best budget island in the Maldives. Occupying just over 1 KM and 265 meters in width, it is one of the inhabited islands of Kaafu Atoll and the largest of the local islands.There are so many stays and also there are so many things to see and stroll around.
This small tropical island offers authentic barefoot comfort and a crystal clear lagoon.The glorious long sandbank after which the island is named – Veligandu means ‘sandbank’ in Maldivian – can be found on the southern end of the island, and the best snorkelling on the house reef can be found off here too
Thoddoo island is perfect for travelers who wish not just lay in some fancy resort but rather to explore Maldives with their local people, food, activities, etc. Thoddoo is a fairly large island by Maldivian standards – about 2 x 1 km. Moreover, a third of the island is reserved for farms, another third is the village, and the rest is the jungle.
Baros Maldives is a small island close to Male' city set in a turquoise lagoon with villas secluded in palm-shaded glades by a white sandy beach or perched.Stay in elegance in Villas created from timber and sandstone, poised and peaceful over a translucent lagoon, or nestled discreetly among exotic blooms by the beach.
A man-made island with stunning beaches and lively culture. The artificial island is being built up by pumping sand from the sea floor, in order to meet the existing and future housing. The island is connected via a causeway to the airport island Hulhulé Island, allowing easy road transport between the Velana International Airport and Hulhumalé. Hulhumale is just a 10-minute drive from Velana International Airport.
Also known as the Old Friday Mosque is one of the oldest and most ornate mosques in the city of Malé, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives. The mosque was added to the tentative UNESCO World Heritage cultural list in 2008 as unique examples of sea-culture architecture. The mosque was built in 1648, during the reign of Ibrahim Iskandar I. It was built over an earlier mosque constructed in 1153 by the first Muslim Sultan of Maldives, Mohamed Bin Abdullah, after his conversion to Islam.
A picture perfect paradise hidden away from life's everyday stresses. It is a tiny island and has a beautiful resort in it. The highlights here are the impressive PADI Dive Centre with trips to over 40 dive sites, and the kids’ club. The hotel also has an outdoor pool with swim-up bar, live entertainment at Sand Bar, and massage treatments at the pretty spa.