Holidays in Dhaalu Atoll
Located just a 35-minute seaplane flight from Male, The Dhaalu Atoll is one of the most exotic destinations in the Maldives. The waters surrounding the atoll attract divers from around the world with interesting shipwrecks and an abundance of marine life including a large number of turtles. This atoll has only been open for tourism for 10 years and remains almost untouched. The tall coconut palms and lush vegetation are surrounded by pristine white sandy beaches. The islands have a small population of 3500 with only 8 of the 46 islands being inhabited. Very few resorts are located in the area making it ideal for those seeking a private and romantic island getaway.
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