Beaches in the Maldives – Another 3 Great Destinations
The Maldives is a tropical paradise with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. We’ve already taken a look at 4 of these incredible destinations but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to these stunning islands.
The picturesque coastlines of Landaa Giraavaru, one of the most desired private islands in the Maldives, are as posh as it gets. Here you will be able to see a lengthy sandbank reaching into the turquoise lake that feels unearthly. The beaches on this idyllic island are a natural UNESCO Biosphere Reserve wilderness where jungle greens, iridescent blues, and brilliant whites meet conservation, innovation and wellness with equal, vibrant tensity. To top it off, the ocean hides manta rays, sea turtles, and a live reef demanding to be explored.
Reethi Rah is home to some of the Maldives’ most remote beaches, which are solely accessible to One&Only Reethi Rah guests. Set on three and a half miles of stunning coastline, Reethi Rah provides 12 private and breathtakingly magnificent stretches of sand. It also has its own time zone, which is an hour ahead of Malé, and as a result, it enjoys some of the Maldives’ most spectacular sunsets. For families who wish to spend the day in the sun, One&Only will set up loungers on the beach, and it also has villas with direct beach access.
The capital of Kaafu Atoll, Thulusdhoo is a Maldivian surfing haven. While the majority of the Maldives’ islands are home to luxurious resorts, there are a few local hotspots, such as Thulusdhoo, where you can partake of the authentic culture of this idyllic archipelago. Take an affordable ferry ride from Malé to Thulusdhoo. On the island, there is a scope of hotels to suit any-and-all budgets. Tourist Beach is ideal for sunbathing, whereas Cokes Beach is ideal for skilled surfers looking for the greatest swells.