Finolhu means "sandbank" in the name. Since the resort spans four islands, you won't ever experience cabin fever on Finolhu thanks to the island's extensive network of beaches, which extends for about one and a half kilometres. The white sand pathways on the main island are lined by a profusion of tropical flora that is so lush that it gives the impression that you have been transported into a botanical garden. Its beauty can be appreciated at any time, but a walk here at daybreak is particularly enthralling. A leisurely stroll along the seemingly endless sandbank leads to the Crab Shack, a rustic wooden restaurant that conjures images of a Robinson Crusoe setting if you're looking for a desert island adventure.
It’s easy to let your mind wander as you lose yourself in the sensual experience of sipping your first coffee of the day while you listen to the waves gently lapping the shore, fill your nostrils with the fresh sea air, watch the dolphins playing in the water, and sit back to take it all in with the sand between your toes.