Baa Atoll, Maldives. (Show on map)
Rooms:66, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:11:00
Nestled on the protected Biosphere reserve of Baa Atoll, Dhigufaru Island meaning “a long reef”, is the epitome of what you would imagine as an exotic getaway. Whether you like to kick back, relax & take in the magnificent, stunning beauty of the island and surrounding reef, or if you looking for a more action pack, exotic adventure, we offer the perfect balance of both. Welcome to Dhigufaru Island Resort.
We invite you to a wholly new experience, one that allows you to discover the duality of Maldives natural beauty, under water, and above water. We offer you a chance like no other, one that gives you the choice, to be as busy or as quiet as you want.
The rooms are located along the perimeter of the island, enabling you to experience the distinctive natural features which makes the island so special.
We have a range of activities available at your convenience. Lounge all day on the white sandy beach from the near comfort of your room, or why not take a canoe and discover the endless turquoise reef, Dhigufaru island is renowned for, or just take the plunge underwater to discover the vibrant marine life of Baa Atoll Marine Biosphere. We offer endless opportunities to make your stay as thrilling and as relaxing as you want.
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Designed by award-winning architects PEIA Associati the spacious villas and suites some with private pools all have private decks and far-reaching ocean views. The resort boasts a luxury Heavenly Spa by Westin.Built overwater with a glass floor to...
9.2 out of 10
Maldives Atoll of islands dispersed in the Indian Ocean. A tropical paradise is the only way to describe Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu. Located on the private island of Dhuni Kolhu in the Baa Atoll Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is the ultimate hideaway in the...
9.1 out of 10
Blancura is a modern hotel located in Dharavandhoo Island in Baa Atoll of the Maldives. The Brand is derived from the Spanish language meaning Whiteness. Blancura stands for simplicity exactness and stylishness.The brand and its logo are inspired...
8.1 out of 10
Close your eyes. Breathe deeply and slowly. Imagine the clearest turquoise waters as far as the eye can see. Your toes are warm in the sand the sun is on your face and the soft sea wind rustles the tropical greenery. Youre walking to your morning...
Redefined refurbished and recognized as Kihaadhuffaru Resort Maldives is nestled on its own 600 meters long coconut shaped island complete with lush green vegetation long white beaches and an adjacent house reef.Whilst the resort offers 118...
7.7 out of 10
To enter Maldives no pre-arrival visa is required.
A thirty day free visa is issued on arrival for all Nationalities, provided the following conditions are met:
Caution: Full thirty day visa is not a right of the passenger to claim, but lies at the discretion of the Immigration to issue not more than thirty days and any period less than thirty days.
Renewal of Tourist Visa
A Tourist visa maybe be renewed if the person concerned, applies to the Immigration before the expiration of the visa already granted. Before the extension, Immigration wills re-asses the incumbent’s financial position for the stay period of the extension. An extension can only be applied through the Visa Extension Application Form, at the Head Office during official working hours. Extension if considered would be granted to a duration not exceeding a total of 90 days. (Including the days granted on arrival) A visa fee of Rufiyaa 750 will be charged, for the full extension or part thereof (30 days free + 60 days chargeable) No visa fee will be charged if the extension does not exceed 30 days, that is including the days granted on arrival.
Refusal of Entry
Any person arriving in Maldives maybe refused entry, if the Immigration officer during questioning or interviewing the passenger
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