Address: North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives | Hotel
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This hotel, located in North Male Atoll, is near Banana Reef.
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Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll

Deserted island...kinda!

A travel blog entry by leehutch on Jun 02, 2013

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... their dhoni's for a spinner dolphin cruise. We were told that there is a large colony living amongst these particular islands and they love to perform in front of the boats, so hopefully we get,and acrobatic welcome tonight.....well after the dolphin trek we were not disappointed! They were as playful as ever and treated us to some fin slaps, tail whacks and even some 360's! Amazing animals as always!

After we returned ...

Still in paradise - Vivanta by Taj, North Atoll

A travel blog entry by darrendeanna on Mar 13, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... but I didn't see it. He said it was there when he steered me away - I wondered why he did that. You can even hear the fish underneath eating the coral. We saw the big yellow toothy fish again, but this time it left us alone.

We spent some time by the infinity pool, but it is a little warm. We only manage a few dumplings as we are still full from breakfast. The iced teas served in cocktail glasses are really refreshing.

Day 15
Each day, we seem to be ...

On a budget in the Maldives

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Feb 03, 2013

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... the water things slow down a bit as we get about mostly by an old fishing boat! So a 90 minute boat trip puts my new sea legs to the test. They pass...this is really rather good news as we'll be on this boast a lot for the next five days.
We are on the way to a private, paradise island for sunbathing and lunch. We see dolphins en route and also stop for a bit of snorkelling. WOW! Even with a lot of dead coral from the tsunami of 2004 it is ...

A Night At Beautiful Maldives

A travel blog entry by lazyrich on Jan 17, 2013

... was a rough one and not suitable for those who easily get sea sickness. Lucky for me I'm ok with choppy waters :p Round trip speed boat ride is abt $250 USD!!! As for lodging, I booked thru which cost me about $90 per night including breakfast. Maldives is pretty similar as in Singapore, with no natural resources, they have to use sea water and go thru desalination process to ...

Snorkelling the seas

A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek on Aug 17, 2011

7 photos

The sky looked cloudy this morning and as we walked to breakfast, we hoped the sun would come out for our last day in The Maldives. After breakfast, we settled onto beach chairs on the beach under a sun hidden by clouds, hopping we would tan at least a little.
We were out for about an hour and a half, when we went back to our bungalow, where we pulled ...