In Vaavu Atoll, there is a little yet lovely island called Keyodhoo (WOW Atoll). Velana International Airport and the Capital City Male' are both 79 kilometres (or around 1 hour and 30 minutes) via speedboat away from the island. Keyodhoo's primary sources of income are fishing and local tourism. There are about 800 people living on the island, and everyone is very cordial. Among the best activities to do in the Maldives are diving and snorkelling. 

You can go right from the beach to Keyodhoo's stunning house reef. If you're on a tight budget, staying at a Keyodhoo guesthouse will still allow you to take in the marine life of the Maldives. A location you should go to! It is the tiniest small restaurant with excellent pizzas that are truly authentically Italian. The atmosphere is warm and lovely. Definitely the best place to have a cup of coffee.


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How to Get: Transfers

How to Get: Transfers

Keyodhoo Island is positioned in Vaavu Atoll, around 80 km south of Male Air terminal. On the whole space of the island there are just two retreats Alimatha and Dhigghiri. You can get to the Keyodhoo by the boat or motorboat.

There's no ATM on Keyodhoo, so kindly prevailing plutocrat in Malé. You can grease the business plan and the exchange type ahead of time with the staff of your caller house( suggested).

Move In VAAVU ATOLL SPEEDBOAT Ship These leave from manly.

Saturday – Thursday, Malé – Keyodhoo takeoff 1100, trip time 2 hours, Cost$ 60 per existent

Saturday – Thursday, Keyodhoo- Malé, takeoff 1600, trip time 2 hours, Cost$ 60 perperson

PUBLIC Ship, Villimale Ship Terminal The Course Male- Maafushi- Fulidhoo- Thinadhoo- Felidhoo- Keyodhoo

Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, Malé – Keyodhoo takeoff 1000, trip time 6 hours, Cost$ 10 per existent one way

Saturday, Monday and Wednesday, Keyodhoo- Malé, takeoff 0820, trip time 6 hours, Cost$ 10 per existent one way

Boat stops in Fulidhoo, Thinadho, Maafushi Island en route. For those in no swell, this is an inconceivable spending choice.

PRIVATE Exchange, Takeoff Breakwater Adaptable( Air terminal or Caller Favored Area)

Span1.5 Hour, Cost$ 550 for boat

The Island

The Island

Estimated 550 x 260 meters, Keyodhoo Island is a common Maldivian fishing town with a populace of around 500 occupants, of which 170 are kids. At Keyodhoo as of late, a few visitor houses have been constructed, which are overseen by local people two or three European accomplices. Furthermore, the island is home to the neighborhood organization, a mosque, a modest bunch of little shops, and there are two cafés and a school, and a nearby medical clinic with a Hindu specialist. 

Each night, at nightfall, a huge spot around the harbor, practically void during the day, transforms into a jungle gym for nearby men, ladies and kids. There are consistently held volleyball competitions and other customary games. 

In the Rhaveehi Club, close to Keyodhoo Visitor House, you can play badminton, billiards or table football for only a couple rupees. Now and again, club proprietors coordinate social occasions for visitors, including the popular Bodu Beru show. 

The most well known trips to uninhabited islands and shoals around Vaavu atoll are such islands as Ambara, Bodumohoora, Fotteyo, Hulidhoo, Alimatha Finolhu, and Fotteyo Finolhu. 

While in transit to these phenomenal heaven locales, there are numerous chances to investigate the immaculate idea of the Maldives, including swimming, swimming with whale sharks and manta beams, picnics, dolphin watching.

The Beach

The Beach

Confronting the nightfall, a vacationer or two-piece sea shore is situated on the west side of the island, a couple of moments stroll from the island's middle. This is a heaven under the sun, where you can sunbathe and swim a swimsuit free waters of blue tidal pond. The sea shore extends a wide strip from north to south and is outfitted with sunbeds with covered umbrellas. 

Effectively open for swimming, the tidal pond has an incredible house reef with a plentiful marine life, including reef sharks, turtles, beams and beautiful fish.

Things to Do

Things to Do

No exursion on Keyodhoo is finished without the conventional Maldivian dhoni boat. Different guided outings are on offer and exercises that you can independently design with a your disposition. Anticipate swimming, unwinding on white-deodorant powder sands, swimming in perfectly clear waters, excursions to shoals, swimming with whale sharks and manta beams, cookout and bar-b-que on our nearby sea shore or remote locations. 

A common rundown of trips on the offer: 

- for a large portion of a day swimming or simply visiting a few shoals, with swimming and selfies. 

- Cookout for the entire day (09: 00-17: 00) with swimming. 

- Lunch on a boat or on any sea shore or island you like. 

- Fishing at dusk (from 5 to 7) or promptly in the first part of the day (from 6 to 8). 

- Dusk voyage with a short-term stay on a uninhabited island under a tropical brilliant sky. 

- Major Game Fishing (on solicitation) 

Muraka Jumping is the lone plunge place PADI on the island. Standard jumping courses, plunge outings to the best plunging destinations of Vaavu Atoll, including Fottheyo Falhu is perhaps the most lovely, the longest nonstop reef in the Maldives, that in a real sense abounds with marine life.

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