Recent travellers have informed me about the greatest thingd to do on Naifaru, one of the developed cities on Maldives.1. The reclamation area looks like a dessert with huge piles of sand mountains and is a great place to go with kids. They will love it.2. A great variety of shops all over gives you anything needed. You can even order. Self service...more
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If you have time to spend on Hulhule, you could easily take a quick trip over to Male, the capital island of the Maldives.The Hulhule Airport Hotel operates a free dhoni service over to the capital which takes approximately 10 minutes. Departure times are available from the hotel.The dhoni departs from opposite the domestic terminal at the airport...more
A selection of dishes is available at this restaurant - they suit both budget and palate.I had a wonderful plate of seafood and each item was delicious, fresh and full of flavour - a great last meal in the Maldives!! Any of the seafood - wonderfully fresh and full of flavour!more
Thought you were arriving to/departing from Male? Well, you'd be wrong. It might be called Male International Airport but its actually on the island of Hulhule in the Maldives.If you find yourself with time on Hulhule, why not make use of the free dhoni provided by Hulhule Island Hotel which departs from opposite the Domestic Terminal and takes...more
There is a nightly fish feeding session on the island of Hudhuranfushi. It takes place each evening at 9:00pm on the main arrival jetty.It tends to attract a large crowd and you will find yourself jostling with other tourists who are all trying to get the best vantage point for photographing and videoing the show. The lack of light doesn't make for...more
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Evenings in the Maldives tend to be fairly low key and the island of Hudhuranfushi is no exception.As such, the nightly fish feeding session which takes place each evening at 9:00pm on the main arrival jetty, draws a large crowd of spectators. We went along to watch on a couple of evenings during our week long stay in November 2013.The feeding...more
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During our day trip to the local island of Thulusdhoo in November 2013, our guide explained to us how the local population display their political allegiance by painting the exterior walls of their homes.
This might include the logo of their chosen party, the colours of their favoured party or, in most cases, a number which signifies the political party that they voted for in the recent elections.
It was quite common to see two or three homes next to each other, each one supporting a different political party.
This makes for some very colourful streets on the island!
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