All around respected for its jumping and surf breaks, the untainted Thaa Atoll (Kolhumadulu Atoll) is home to COMO Maalifushi is the solitary hotel in the archipelago's southern atoll.
Its socially fitting engineering incorporates low-lying garden and overwater estates, with perspectives on white sea shore, tropical greenery and cobalt tidal pond. Visitors can likewise appreciate yoga and all encompassing Asian treatments at the COMO Shambhala Retreat, with the whole visitor experience characterized by COMO's demanding, energetic assistance.
Tha Atoll comprises of 66 islands of which 13 are occupied. The capital of the atoll is Veymandoo island. The Thaa Atoll, 52 km from east to west and 44 km from south to north is situated between the atolls of Dhaalu and Laamu. The vast majority of the islands of Thaa Atoll have not been moved by man yet protecting the pristine encompassing nature and marine existence of coral reefs. The atoll is likewise home to the longest island in the Maldives - Fahala Island is situated on the eastern edge of Thaa and is honored with wonderful white sea shores.
The bounty of marine life and clear perceivability makes Thaa Atoll one of the best submerged areas on earth. While around 25 locales in the Thaa Atoll are now chronicled, there are various neglected channels and reefs, with the waters offering something for jumpers, all things considered.
In case you're anticipating making Thaa Atoll a piece of your next riding get-away, remember that the best way to get to these breaks is by means of boat. With two visitor houses, Thimarafushi island is an extraordinary surfer island to head.
Notwithstanding the plenitude of occupied islands, spending the travel industry is practically lacking in Kolhumadulu, anyway you will discover modest visitor houses on atoll's southern islands.
Because of the segregated idea of the Maldives, practically all voyagers show up via air. From Malé air terminal, visitors will require an hour long seaplane move to the retreat.