Mahibadhoo in the Maldives is the embodiment of paradise, with endless stretches of white sandy beach and crystal-clear azure waters, our holidays in the Maldives are perfect for relaxation and discovery. This beautiful archipelago is made up of hundreds of coral atolls and islands. Most are uninhabited but others have been transformed into some of the world’s most spectacular beach resorts. Maldives holidays really are a taste of heaven on earth.
Discover the beauty of a Maldives holiday
Surround yourself with the wonder of warm, deep blue seas, turquoise reefs, white sandy beaches and palm trees, swaying gently in the breeze. This is perhaps one of the most idyllic places in the world to watch a sunset. To feel totally at ease, and to take time to relax and unwind.
You’ll also find plenty of fun things to do on your holiday to the Maldives. Not least the vast array of water-sports and water based activities on offer. You might want to spend some time snorkelling for example, or perhaps improve your skills windsurfing or on-board a catamaran, and the Maldives is also a popular destination for surfers, with enthusiasts flocking to the North and South Male Atoll.
Everything you need for the perfect holiday in the Maldives
With such perfect natural surroundings, for many a holiday in the Maldives is all about well being and relaxation. You’ll find plenty of world class spa facilities on offer, with delightful surroundings and treatments that utilise traditional techniques. Spending time in the spa is a wonderful way to experience pure pleasure on your Maldives holiday.
Mahibadhoo, South Ari Atol
Mahibadhoo is the perfect alternative to Maafushi (in Male/Kaafu Atoll) for those who want to visit the Maldives local islands off the beaten path but don’t want to go too far from Male. The water around the island is absolutely pristine with a reef protecting the perimeter and housing tons of wildlife.
From the main road, you can look in both directions and see the ocean, giving you an idea of just how small and low this island is. Despite its small size and population (2000 people),
You can see locals playing volleyball, tennis, soccer, or just going for a swim virtually all the time. Mahibadhoo has a bank on the island if you need it as well as places where you can get sim cards. This is rather important as the other two islands do not currently have ATMs that take foreign cards.