Ikaz Hotel

Address: M. Angaagiri, Shaheed Ali Hingun, Male, North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives | Hotel
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This hotel is located on M. Angaagiri, Shaheed Ali Hingun, Male.
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Travel Blogs from Male

Independence and Other Days

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... the Brits found a puppet to ghost-write a letter “from the Sultan” asking for help. The Royal Navy returned to collect the Sultan’s signature – with a warship…
So, in 1965, the Maldives declared their independence and finally became an independent nation again in 1968. The people here are quite proud of their independence and the city is covered in red, green, and white LED rope lights. Most of them flashing, but not in sync. ...

Honeymoon in Paradise

A travel blog entry by pinkymary on May 24, 2015

22 photos

... Thanks for letting me use yours :)

We also spent an afternoon on the beach. Little island I could walk around in about 5 minutes. Crystal clear turquoise water and sand so soft like silk. No wonder they call it paradise.

I did have an amazing honeymoon, even though I didn’t find my future husband. I can only recommend to visit the Maldives. If it’s for diving or beach time, it is worth every single ...

Ski pray dive

A travel blog entry by dinemo on Apr 26, 2015


... different to what I expected .
Lesson 2. Preceding every disappointment is an unrealistic expectation.
There were things about the daily routine which I didn't really like. 5.30am starts (with jetlag) was one. The huge amount of chanting, the "churchy" feel of the mandatory morning and evening satsang. (Satsang was 6am - 7.30am and 8pm - 9.30pm sitting cross legged. 30min meditation, 40min chanting, 20min listening to wisdom from swamis and ...

"You won't get This at a resort!"

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Jan 23, 2015

6 photos

... feeding on plankton. Bruce has snorkeled with mantas but this was a first for me. (I got another experience checked off my list!) These massive rays span 7 to 8 feet across and glide just under the surface. We bobbed around in the choppy water while they scooped up plankton in their gaping oval mouths. Soon the current took us out of their feeding area so we'd struggle back into the dingy, motor up the channel and jump back in for another look. ...

More snorkeling and swimming in the Maldives

A travel blog entry by ethanhanson on Jan 22, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... lunch with all the kids. That night we went on a sunset and dolphin cruise with all the families that were with us on the trip. We saw hundreds of dolphins jumping and flipping out of the ocean in front of our boat. There were lots of boats chasing the dolphins. It was a lot of fun. That night the kids all came over again to watch movies and play. We all fell asleep in our room because we were so exhausted from swimming so ...