Athama Palace

Address: Majeedhee Magu, Male, North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, 20139, Maldives | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Male

Scuba diving the atolls

A travel blog entry by kylaandjared on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

We are having a great time here in the Maldives. The first day we had a dive check first thing in the morning to make sure everyone could work their gear and to establish dive groups. We have in our group usually 6 or 7 people. There is quite a variety of nationalitys on board, People from Britain, Spain, Germany, Holland and we are the only Canadians! After two dives on the first day, Tina one of the guides tells us we will be doing a night dive for ...

Backpacking With Honeymooners in the Maldives

A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Dec 07, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... I went through my air in 40 minutes. Either way, I was now immersed in the most fantastic reef I'd ever seen. Phenomenal ecosystems of coral, all sizes and colors of fish, turtles, rays and sharks. What a complete privilege it was to be able to do this... To experience a completely different world and have this phenomenal sensation of weightlessness. I dove 5 times during my 3 night stay on Maafushi. Limited by the time between diving and flying, I spent my ...

The Island Disappearing from Global Warming

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Dec 07, 2014

49 photos

The highlights of Male and the Maldives, are the beautiful coral atolls and underwater sea life. The Maldives itself is a chain of almost 1200 low-lying islands, threatened by global warming. It is located 220 miles South West of India and the average elevation of the country is slight 5 feet above sea level! Like rays of burning sunlight concentrated through a magnifying glass, almost all the ...

Male - Tiny Capital of the Maldives

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2014

62 photos

... from the 2004 tsunami.

Although spread out over a huge area on the map, the Maldives are about 99.9% water and the small landmass is quite densely populated even though the country less than a half million residents. The Maldivian language is apparently related to Sinhalese spoken in Sri Lanka, but the culture is very influenced by traders from the Arabian Peninsula and incorporates many Arabic words. The Maldives are also very Muslim. The ...

The biggest fish

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 19, 2013

4 photos

... an island! A small uninhibited island. We were taken over in the small tender and the men had been busy carving a whaleshark and a manta out of the sand. So cute!!! The island was small, palm trees and a nice sunset. We had a barbecue, as usual the food was amazing and I ate too much. This was the first time we had been on land since Saturday. I felt quite weird. Land sickness. I was still rocking back and ...

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