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Discover Maafushi: The Budget Traveller's Guide to the Maldives

Dreaming of travelling to Maldives on a budget? Your ultimate travel guide is here!
Discover Maafushi: The Budget Traveller’s Guide to the Maldives.
 

Packed with over 70 vibrant images,hotel and restaurant recommendations, and Google Maps links to all suggested locations, along with a colorful island map, “Discover Maafushi” is your ticket to a budget-friendly adventure in the Maldives – an absolute essential for those looking for an affordable and immersive beach holiday.

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Hulhumale’

Hulhumalé is a reclaimed 4km2 (1.5 sq mi) island located near Male’ in order to meet the existing and future housing and commercial development demands of the Greater Male’ Area. It is the fourth largest island in the Maldives. The island is connected via a causeway to the main airport and the Sinamalé Bridge between Hulhulé…

Books and Guides

 HISTORY Maldives by Royston Ellis Folk Tales of the Maldives by Xavier Romero-Frias Maldive Mystery – Thor Heyerdhal People of the Maldive Islands – Clarence Maloney TRAVEL GUIDES Maldives Country Travel Guide by Lonely Planet Maldives Travel Pack by Globetrotter Traveller’s Maldives by Thomas Cook Maldives Travel Guide by Gary Jennings Atlas of the Maldives – Timothy Godfrey…

Part of Maldives Map Showing south Male Atoll

Map of Maldives

Maldives is made up of 1190 coral islands dispersed over an area of 90000 square kilometers in India Ocean. The islands are naturally grouped into 26 atolls. Each island is surrounded by sea. It is common to find many islands sharing same lagoon, in the same area there are individually…

Underwater Cabinet Meeting in Maldives

Amazing Facts About Maldives

Amazing Facts About Maldives Male’ is one of the smallest capital cities in the world with an area of 2.24 sq. miles and 8 feet above sea level. It is 1% land and 99 % sea. It is the smallest Muslim nation in the World. Atoll comes from the dhivehi word ‘atholhu’.…