Holidays in South Ari Atoll
The Ari Atoll is the westernmost atoll of the Maldives. It is 48 miles long and 17 miles wide and contains 50 islands that lie mainly along its eastern fringe. Only 18 islands are inhabited and the rest lie unexploited and untouched in all their pristine beauty. This idyllic escape offers a wide range of resorts and activities. The atolls warm waters are a fantastic water-sports playground. The South Ari Atoll is an ideal location for dive enthusiasts offering an abundance of dive sights, a highlight is the sighting of whale sharks. This area of startling natural beauty is one of the Maldives more popular destinations. The serene beauty and clear turquoise waters make everything else seem worlds away.
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