The Maldives is a cluster of 26 atolls encompassing an area just shy of 300sq.km. Inhabited by fewer than half a million residents, the island paradise is a serene and peaceful getaway famous for its unspoiled beaches, wondrous coral reefs and exotic sea creatures.
Guests will love the detached villas and suites offered by Atmosphere Kanifushi Maldives with dazzling views of the endless beach surrounded by lush vegetation. The resort boasts a variety of dining destinations that are sure to cater to all kinds of palates, such as The Spice, which serves international cuisine, and Teppanyaki Grill where visitors can enjoy an authentic Japanese teppanyaki experience. Couples looking for activities can to join the snorkelling excursions or a full day’s diving at the resort’s dive centre. For those looking for a light workout, the sports and recreation centre is fully equipped with world-class facilities.
At Constance Moofushi, guests can choose between exquisite beach villas with the lapping waters of the Indian Ocean by their doorstep and charming water villas floating on stilts. The tranquil and secluded surroundings of the islands make them the perfect place for guests to relax and find their inner peace. Guests can explore the uncharted marine forests of the South Ari Atoll, pamper themselves with a range of cutting-edge marine bio spa treatments or treat themselves to exquisite gastronomic creations at Manta restaurant.
Gourmand visitors to the Maldives need not fear a lack of dining options. Besides local delicacies such as Garudhiya – fish soup – and Mashuni – diced smoked tuna with shredded coconut – there are plenty of exquisite restaurants to check out.
Located at W Retreat & Spa, KITCHEN is a famous all-day dining restaurant offering a selection of cuisines in an elegant and romantic setting. Meanwhile, Ithaa Undersea Restaurant at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort offers visitors modern European cuisine while they admire the vibrant Maldives sea life, including reef sharks and coral fish.
Also known as the Old Friday Mosque, Hukuru Miskiiy is one of the oldest mosques found in the Maldives. The mosque was constructed by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar I, built over the original mosque commissioned by the first sultan of the Maldives. The architectural style of the Old Friday Mosque is traditional Islamic, featuring interlocking coral stone blocks decorated by intricate carvings and Arabic script.
A protected marine area, Banana Reef is located in the North Male Atoll. One of the most beautiful diving spots on the island, Banana Reef is popular amongst tourists and locals alike. Its name derives from its shape, which curves from north to south for well over 300 m. The vibrant coral reef is home to various marine creatures endemic to the Maldives, including moray eels, barracudas, Napoleon wrasse and jackfish amongst others.
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