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While this unusual location lacks conventional beaches, what it does have to offer is unmatched anywhere in the world.
In every atoll of the Maldives, silica-soft, dazzling white sand meets turquoise waters. Simply said, the beaches of this vast island nation are unmatched in their purity.
However, there is something that tourists should be aware of about the Maldives' beaches. Large, open expanses are uncommon, largely due to how tiny the islands are. Beaches round the resorts' outer edges, the bulk of which are on their own private island. Not all beaches are made equal, just like resorts, but these are the nicest beaches in the Maldives.
One of the most stunning beaches I've seen in the Maldives is at the recently opened Italian-style Baglioni Maldives Resort. Shortly after arrival, one of the local staff members remarked that this was the most stunning beach he had ever seen in the islands.
It's wonderful for youngsters who want to splash around and adults who want to snorkel because it's larger than average, has pristine white sand, and is followed by a vibrant house reef.

1 Dhigurah, South Ari Atoll

Dhigurah, South Ari Atoll

The celebrated whale shark zone in South Ari Atoll, Dhigurah is a long Maldivian island with stretch of white sandy sea shores. Paradise for fanatics of submerged experiences, Dhigurah island is 20-minutes by homegrown flight or 1.5 hour speed-boat ride from Malé air terminal. Budgetary in width, and extending for a length of 3 kilometers, a lovely populated island is viewed as one of the longest in the Maldives. 

A broad portions of delicate sands, a variety of thick vegetation and clear turquoise waters encompass a settlement, and Dhigurah Island has all the vital offices for living, including a school, a medical clinic and a harbor. Nearby life is focused on a little territory in the north of the island, and the remainder of the land is involved by products of the soil ranches, just as thick common vegetation. Around Dhigurah are some top notch jump locales in the nation, including Kuda Rah Thila, Manta Point and Reethi Thila. Dhigurah Island is likewise an ideal objective for swimming with whale sharks and manta beams.

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2 Thoddoo, North Ari Atoll

Thoddoo, North Ari Atoll

The emerald in the setting of brilliant sand, Thoddoo is one of the populated islands of North Ari atoll in the Maldives. Found 67 km from Male air terminal and 20 km north of Thulusdhoo Island, Thoddoo is a decent spending choice for the Maldives experience. With more than 30 guesthouses and economy inns and encompassed by warm turquoise waters and perfect ocean life, the lovely island offers limitless alternatives for swim, jumping, water sports and modest outings, including island bouncing and a cookout on a shoal. 

Thoddoo is viewed as perhaps the biggest maker of farming items in the country, and is mostly known for its sweet watermelons. Foods grown from the ground heaven with echoes of the Buddhist past, Thoddoo is additionally excellent nature, various marine life and a broad white sandy swimsuit sea shore ... obviously for sightseers. With a populace of around 1800 individuals, the green island is connected to Male city by ordinary public ships, speedboats and via air. The inhabitants of Thoddoo are benevolent, serene, neighborly individuals who will invite you with an open heart.

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3 Ukulhas, North Ari Atoll

Ukulhas, North Ari Atoll

With novel highlights for the Maldives, Ukulhas Maldives is an occupied island of Alif Atoll that welcome for spending the travel industry with a wide decision of visitor houses and smaller than usual inns. Known for great environment, tidiness and high marine biodiversity, today, an economical occasion on Ukulhas is probably the most ideal approaches to find the sun, sand and ocean of the Maldives without burning up all available resources! Remaining permits you to jump into the nearby fishing local area and get insight of genuine Maldives. 

Found 72 km from Male air terminal and found somewhere between Rasdhoo and Mathiveri, Ukulhas is a fishing town in Maldives with white sandy sea shores, an extraordinary house reef and an excellent tidal pond. Consistently, there are programs for cleaning the island and having a quality waste administration framework for extraordinary administrations in securing and saving the climate, in 2014 Ukulhas get the green leaf grant, and its model is perceived as the benchmark, assuming a significant part in the biology of the Maldives. 

Pretty much every inhabitant knows more than one calling, nonetheless, fishing is the fundamental control of this firm local area, and the island is known in the Maldives for its yellowfin fish fishing flotilla. For socialization utilize the Dhivehi language, however the greater part of the islanders know and talk great English. Individuals of the island are family arranged and highlight relationships of different ethnic gatherings, including the relatives of African, Arab, Malay and Indonesian sailors.

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4 Feridhoo


Feridhoo is 1.125 kilometres long and 0.575 kilometres wide. On an island with dense vegetation on all sides, the population is located in the centre. There are a number of paths that can be taken to reach isolated areas of beach through this dense forest. The house reef is easily accessible from the shore and is bordered by lovely sandy beaches. The huraagandu, a hard rock vacation Maldives bank beside the sea, is one of its interesting features. When you stand at the edge of the huraagandu and look out into the endless blue of the sea and sky, it feels as though you are on the brink of the earth when you at holiday island resort Maldives. A distinctive feature of the island that can be seen from a distance is the enormous banyan tree, also known as nika gas, which towers above everything else. Viewing and walking amid the roots of this reputedly more than 400-year-old tree is an amazing experience. For a tour of this natural wonder, ask one of your hosts.

The two mosques on the island are evidence of the Muslim identity of the people of the Feridhoo, who follow Islam like the rest of the Maldives. The new mosque, called Masjidul Qufran, is more contemporary than the ancient mosque, which showcases regional craftsmanship. The houses a number of government institutions, including the Secretariat of the Island Council and the Island Court. The island school, island health centre, and island pharmacy are additional sites of interest.

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