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Dhiffushi is an island with a special charm, located north east of the Maldives with a distance of 36.6 km and approximately 40 minutes by speed boat from the capital Male. It is part of the Kaafu Atoll and has approximately 1000 inhabitants. It is 0.95 km (0.59 mi) long and only 0.2 km (0.12 mi) wide. Its main economic activity is fishing and tourism. A positive advantage is that it is relatively close to Male, and the time required to get there is quite fast. Another interesting point is that the island is not exploited for tourism compared to other islands, allowing you to enjoy a pleasant and quiet stay.



Fulidhoo is located on Vaavu Atoll, the least populated atoll in the Maldives. Offers really amazing diving and an authentic Maldivian atmosphere. With only five populated islands, this atoll embodies tranquility and tradition, with an devotion of fishing and music. Being the least commercialized atoll in the Maldives, the beaches are usually very quiet and give you a feeling of absolute peace throughout the island.


Thoddoo is considered one of the largest agricultural producers in the country and is known primarily for sweet watermelons. Thoddoo offers magnificent turquoise beaches and numerous tropical trees along the coast, connecting with multiple paths that lead directly to the sea. The island is quite large and the best way to discover it is by bike. During the morning or afternoon, you can tour the island to see the farmers and the typical life of the island.


When you think of the Maldives, you often project an image of turquoise lagoons for a great holidays. But the Maldives Islands are also home for some of the best wave spots in the world. Thulusdhoo Island is considered one of the best surfing spots in the Indian Ocean. On the island you will find Coke´s surf breaks, on a shallow reef and is known as one of the best waves in the Maldives. Near the island there are perfect wave areas such as Chicken´s, Sultan´s, Honky´s and Ninja´s.

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