10 Best Beaches in Maldives



Here are the top places to visit and things to do in Maldives.


Fushifaru Thila  

Male


Male is the capital and most populous city in the Republic of Maldives. A nice place to visit here is the Friday Mosque (Hukuru Miskiiy). Built in 1656 during the reign of sultan Ibrahim Iskandar I, it is intricately carved with Arabic writings and ornamental patterns.

Hithadhoo

Hithadhoo is the southernmost atoll in the Maldives. Hithadhoo, its capital, was the base of the short-lived United Suvadive Republic secessionist movement in 1959–1963. Today it is the main administrative district of Addu City, with many of the administrative buildings in this district.
               
Maa Kandu & Kuda Kandu          

Maa Kandu & Kuda Kandu. Since the island of Kaashidhoo is located in the midst of the Kaashidhoo Kandu, or Kardiva Channel it is often referred to as having two parts. From the two parts, Kuda Kaashidhoo Kandu is the channel south of Kaashidhoo Island.

Gan       

Gan is the southernmost island of Addu Atoll in Maldives. It is the second largest island of the atoll, after Hithadhoo, and measures 2.2561 square kilometres (0.87 sq mi) in area. Gan Island was formerly inhabited, but its inhabitants were moved to neighboring islands after the British naval and airbase was built. Gan Island has now a hotel catering for tourists and is connected by causeways to the neighboring islands of Feydu, Maradu and Hithadhoo.

Kaafu   

Kaafu is a region of the Maldives. Malé, capital of the Maldives is naturally located within the North Malé Atoll, but it is not part of the Kaafu administrative division.
               
Alifu      

Alifu is an atoll in the Maldives. It has been divided in two sections for administrative purposes, Northern Ari Atoll and Southern Ari Atoll consisting of 105 islands.  It is one of the biggest atolls and is located in the west of the archipelago.

Seenu  

Seenu is the southernmost atoll in the Maldives. Addu City which is in Seenu is constituted of the inhabited areas of Addu Atoll, namely the natural islands of Hulhumeedhoo, Maradhoo, Feydhoo, and Hithadhoo.
               
Dhaalu 
               
Dhaalu is another atoll in the Maldives. Some of the islands in this atoll have remains from the Buddhist period, but none of them have been properly excavated yet. Mysterious mounds known as hawittas are found in Kudahuvadhu. The old mosque of Kudahuvadhoo, possesses some of the finest masonry in the country. Gemendhoo in Dhaalu was abandoned after the Tsunami of 2005 destroyed the buildings.

Raa        
               
               

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