Explore the extraordinary beauty of Fulidu Island's stunning beaches and incredible underwater world

It's an exceptional destination that should be on your must-visit list!


Fulidhoo Island is a local island in the Vaavu Atoll, situated in the Maldives. The island boasts of stunning white sandy beaches, clear lagoons and pristine water. Its rich marine life draws diving and snorkelling enthusiasts to experience various fish species, corals and other marine life. You can also explore the local streets and markets to feel the atmosphere of local culture and traditions. Fulidhoo is an ideal location for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in the Maldives.


We have found the perfect place for tours and retreats, a place where you can understand what it means to be in the Maldives. This tranquil and cosy oceanfront paradise is perfectly balanced by sun-drenched terraces, green palm trees and turquoise ocean.
We offer comfortable rooms with ocean views. You can include spa treatments, excursions and other activities in your tour programme. Leave a request to learn more about our services.


We are very aware of the importance of healthy cuisine for the physical and mental well-being of participants.
Our carefully selected menus cater for all types of dietary requirements and preferences. The menu consists of Asian and European dishes. Dietary options: halal, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free.


A holiday in the Maldives is one of the best ways to relax and rejuvenate. For an amazing experience, we suggest filling your tour with a variety of excursions.


House Reef Snorkeling

Snorkeling on the house reef of Fulidhu Island is an unforgettable experience that reveals to you the enchanting light of underwater life. Having sunk in the sight of the warm water of the ocean, you can revel in the magnificent variety of colors, shapes and types of sea essences.Fulidhoo Island is famous for its rich coral reef, where you can watch out for the wonderful underwater flora and fauna.


Turtle Point

"Turtle Point" in the Maldives is an unforgettable testimony that gives the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty and marvel at the richness of the ocean.Explore this magical path and be surrounded by hostile oysters, beautiful turtles and unique underwater light.You will see the boundless expanse of the ocean, where a new spluttering sound will greet your skin.


Shark point

"Shark point" in the Maldives - unfinished water evidence. This unique excursion allows you to immerse yourself in the world of beautiful marine life and watch out for massive whale sharks in their natural environment.
Swimming with whale sharks gives you the opportunity to master these graceful and powerful creatures with extreme precision and gives you unforgettable emotions.


Sand bank

Traveling to the "Sand Bank" is an unforgettable experience on one of the sandy islands in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
During the tour, you will have the opportunity to relax on the white sand, swim in the clear water and enjoy the panoramic view of the endless sea. You can also explore the world of Maldivian underwater life and practice snorkeling.


Dolphin Cruise

"Dolphin Cruise" is a great benefit because it gives you the opportunity to keep an eye on the fascinating sea lions in their natural environment.
You can watch dolphins while swimming freely, keep an eye on their graceful arms and admire their social interactions.
A comfortable chaven will take you to the zone, where things will begin to happen.
You hope to see dolphins from nearby. Follow their graceful strokes and playful interactions.



During the "Shipwreck" excursion, you will have the opportunity to trace the sinking of the ship and enjoy an incomplete underwater view.
After a short trip on the boat you will reach the place where the ship was sunk. You can dive into the warm waters of the Maldivian archipelago and go to the bottom of the ocean to track this smelting object. The ship, having recognized the flooding, is incredibly impressive with its mystical appearance.


Picnic Island Trip

"Picnic Island Trip" is a miraculous excursion that demonstrates unforgettable emotions and successes.You will find yourself on the island of turix waters, which creates a spluttering atmosphere for immersion in the never-ending world of coral reefs.You can also enjoy traditional Maldivian herbs on the birch and ocean and enjoy the warm tropical atmosphere with your body and soul.



At the SPA center on the island of Fulidhoo you can enjoy a variety of treatments and types of massage, such as: “Fulidhoo Traditional Massage”, “Thundi Sports Massage”, “Swedish Aroma Massage”, “Head, Neck, Shoulder Massage”, “Foot Reflexology” , "Ear Candle" and others.
Highly qualified specialists perform these procedures using natural oils and cosmetics that promote relaxation of the body and soul.


  • What is the Maldives' climate like?

    The Maldives boasts a humid tropical maritime climate with high temperatures all year round. It experiences two distinct seasons: the monsoon and the dry season. The former lasts from May to October, during which the islands receive higher rainfall, bringing with it rain showers and thunderstorms. The temperature during this period ranges from 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. The dry season spans from November to April, during which the islands encounter scarce rainfall, the air experiences low humidity levels, and temperatures hover between 28 to 35 degrees Celsius. The ocean temperature remains warm all year, around 27-30 degrees Celsius. Consequently, one can unwind in the Maldives all year long. The rainy season caters to individuals who do not tolerate hot weather and to those interested in intensive group classes. On the other hand, the dry season guarantees a consistently hot climate.

  • What are the unique features of holidaying on the island?

    On the local islands, like any other place, there are rules and prohibitions to be followed. Here are some of them: 1. Clothing: It is important to bear in mind that the Maldives is a Muslim country, therefore it is necessary to dress modestly. Moreover, wearing a swimsuit is allowed only in specifically designated bikini areas on beaches. 2. Alcohol: The Muslim islands of the Maldives disallow the importation, sale, and consumption of alcohol. 3. Religious and cultural customs: It is important to show respect for the local culture and religion of the Maldives when visiting the islands. It is recommended to refrain from any behavior that could be considered disrespectful towards Islam or other religious beliefs. Additionally, it is advisable to exercise caution when taking photographs of local people, particularly women and children. It is always courteous to ask for permission before taking any photos.

  • Can I bring pets to the Maldives?

    Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted to be brought into the Maldives!
    The essential regulations for bringing animals to the Maldives are as follows:
    1. Vaccination is required. All pets brought into the Maldives must have up-to-date rabies vaccinations, including repeat vaccinations as advised by your veterinarian.
    2. Additionally, it is mandatory for all imported pets to have a microchip implanted for identification purposes. This measure can help to ensure that the animal can be retrieved if lost.
    3. Health and vaccination confirmation must be provided through a veterinary certificate issued by a competent veterinary authority at least 10 days before arrival in the Maldives.
    4. Quarantine: Additionally, certain exotic animals may be prohibited from entering the Maldives, as these measures aim to protect the indigenous flora and fauna. Pets may require quarantine upon arrival in the Maldives, which could involve limitations on exercise or interaction with other animals for a specific time period. It is advisable that you get in touch with the consulate or the embassy of the Maldives to obtain further details and current regulations regarding bringing pets into the Maldives.

  • Are there any medical facilities on the island?

    There is a Health Centre on the island with a professional medical officer (doctor), nurses and administrative staff. The centre is open 24 hours a day to provide accident and emergency services.
    Before your trip, prepare a first aid kit to help you in case of minor ailments and save you time searching for medicines.

    We recommend taking it with you:
    - Painkillers and cardiovascular medicines;
    - remedies for indigestion;
    - choleretic drugs;
    - anti-sickness medicines in transport;
    - remedies for insect bites;
    - bandages;
    - waterproof adhesive plasters;
    - barrier contraceptives;
    - eye drops;
    - sun protection products.

  • What currency can I use to pay on the island?

    The official currency in the Maldives is the Maldivian Rufiya (MVR). However, most establishments accept the US dollar (USD). In some cases, you can also use credit cards, but it is advisable to always have cash with you.
    ATMs are available only in Male. Dollar bills issued in 2009 or earlier are not accepted and cannot be exchanged.

  • What are the rules for entering the Maldives?

    Citizens do not need a visa to visit the Maldives for tourism purposes for up to 30 days.
    What documents do you need to take to travel to the Maldives?
    - A foreign passport (valid for at least 1 month from the date of entry into the territory of the Maldives, with the passport holder's signature);
    - Return air ticket with the specified date of departure (must be opened);
    - Voucher for tourist services (must be printed);
    - Medical insurance;
    Funds at the rate of $50-$100 per day of stay in the country.

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