Activities

Sunset Cruise
Sunset Cruise

Watch the sun set into the horizon as it gives the ocean new colors as we cruise the oceans admiring the view It is perfect for couples looking for a romantic setting and scenery. A memory that would last forever... enjoy the moment...

Candle Night Dinner
Candle Night Dinner

Wantto spend a romantic night with a candle light dinner in an open air scenery? We offerto setup an amazing dinner night for you and your beloved one, in the clean white beach infront of Dhonfulhafi Beach View & Spa

Diving at Maalhos
Diving at Maalhos

Dive into the Baa Atoll seas to experience the beautiful reefs which is always abundantwith marine life and varieties of reef fish. The Southern Maalhosmadulu Atoll is well known for having many different diving spots, complete with the mesmerizing beauty of the Maldivian oceans including Hanifaru Bay

Fishing
Fishing

Experiencing one of the trademark industries of Maldives, the fishing industry. Embark on an adventure into the grand sea filled with plentiful fishes with the equipment provided, and have a fun time experiencing and understanding the way of the Maldivian fishing. Upon request at day or night, you can go fishing in the magnificent Baa Atoll reefs

Island Hopping
Island Hopping

Island Hopping Maldives is the best way to take a tour across the country and experience its beauty. Island hopping allows one to travel to from one island to the other and check out their beautiful beaches, lush green vegetation, fantastic landscapes and tranquil waters ofthe ocean

Picnic Island
Picnic Island

There are so many uninhabited islands nearMaalhos Island. Picnicislands are beautiful with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water surroundings suitable for snorkle, choice is yours

Dolphin Cruise
Dolphin Cruise

Experience the Sunset Dolphin Cruise like no other on a Traditional Maldivian Dhoni with hospitality above expectation. Enjoy a breathtaking boat trip, search for dolphins, they usually enjoy sunset and twilight over the Idian ocean ...

Octopus Hunting
Octopus Hunting

Accompanied by our guide, you are the sender of the octopus hunting, the octopus lives on the ocean floor and hides in its crevices and voids, after a successful hunt you can cook a barbecue or give it to our cook for a delicious dinner

Sand Bank
Sand Bank

We offeryou the opportunity to feel like a (pampered) Robinson fora day or a few hours on one ofthese private Hideaways. Make your dreams true and join the trip to a nearby sandbank to swim, snorkel and sunbathe. On requestyou will be privately transferred to the sandbank just 10 minutes away from the Hotel for a private and exclusive time

Snorkeling Point
Snorkeling Point

The tropical island setting and the tourist attractions in Maldives are an ideal setting for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. The innate charm of the place has attracted tourists from all overthe world for years but only recently have they started welcoming tourists to the local, inhabited islands. This means many islands are still relatively unknown territory to travelers and not overrun by tourists

House Reef Snorkeling
House Reef Snorkeling

Our island has a very beautiful reef and according to the guests, not every resort is like this, while snorkeling you can meet all sorts of colorful fish, rays, octopus, Moray eels, turtles, and many other inhabitants of the ocean depths

Visit Hanifaru Bay
Visit Hanifaru Bay

Hanifaru Bay is a sanctuary for people who love snorkeling with manta rays and whale sharks. This UNESCO biosphere reserve in the Maldives is legally designated as a Marine Protected Area. There are strict regulations are in place to protect and preserve this amazing wonder

Turtle Point
Turtle Point

Five of the seven species of sea turtles can be found in the Maldives, with the two most common being the Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) and the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas), often sighted living on the reef. The Olive Ridley Turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) are sadly most often found in Maldivian waters after becoming trapped in drifting ghost fishing nets. The two species occasionally spotted are the Loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and Leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea)