Thulhagiri Island Resort

Address: \N, North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, 20307, Maldives | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort is located on \N, North Male Atoll.
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    Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll

    Farewell Maldives

    A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jun 17, 2015

    21 photos

    ... I was from.

    Much more difficult than visiting Thilafushi was saying farewell to my colleagues for my last five months. I will have fond memories of the Maldives. It has been a time filled with contradictions - just take this post for example, from a picturesque resort to an island full of rubbish. Without getting too sentimental, as usual with volunteer work, I feel that I have learnt more than I have taught. And it has been great to be a part of ...

    Jewels on the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Apr 16, 2015

    19 photos

    ... this trip.

    We can see the capital Male on one of the larger of the small islands. 4 or 5 story buildings seem to fill all of the space available, there is no sign of any roads or traffic as everything must be within walking distance of everything else. The international airport seems to be built on an area of reclaimed land to one side of the city. Here there is road transport, airport traffic mainly and shuttle buses to the city or to the ...

    Backpacking With Honeymooners in the Maldives

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

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Riding the train to Colombo was bittersweet. Vale and I parted ways at different stops and we did a proper Korean good-bye where he waved at me from the platform and I waved from the train as it pulled away and until we were no longer in sight of one another. We'd also been traveling with 2 lovelies from Austria and a chap from Germany (who was also lovely)- so i wasn't alone just yet. Once we disembarked the train, we weaved through the busy train station and ...

    Malé City - from peace to chaos

    A travel blog entry by skwigg on Jul 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... So basically any
    of the coral carvings from pre-Islamic rule of Maldives was destroyed and are
    no more than grains of powder – history ruined) Unfortunately at the time of
    our visit it was closed due to Ramadan and we couldn’t visit it for another few
    days (I seriously contemplated doing another trip when it reopened but at 96USD
    for me to go back just to visit the closed attractions, I thought better of
    it). Also in Sultans park was the oldest
    tree ...

    Geography

    A travel blog entry by arjun12 on Apr 08, 2014

    ... and December to February remains wet . Other months , sky's are blue,sun is always shining and it remains breezy . The Maldives are highly endangered , it's highest natural elevation is just 6 m above mean sea level ,being one of the lowest countries .Maldivian people are Muslims and most of the workers come from south east Asia , China,Sri-Lanka and India ...