A secluded paradise
fringed with white
sand beaches and
Thulusdhoo is a locally inhabited island situated 25 km away from Male International Airport. The island of Thulusdhoo features the best of what the Maldives offers: a crystal, clear turquoise lagoon and white sandy beaches. The soft sand and calm waters make the island’s beaches perfect for sunbathing and relaxing.
Best in Class
Start rated facilities and amenities
Sea facing rooms and sea facing dining
Sun beds & Bikini beach
Free high speed internet and wifi
Nice and ambient siting area's
World class ambience
Sky above, sand below, peace within!
Most famous for being close to two of the Maldives’ best surf breaks, Cokes and Chickens, it’s safe to say that Thulusdhoo is a surfer’s paradise. Surf can be done throughout the year but is best between the months of April and November. The North Male atoll is also home to a number of other surf breaks, including Honkeys, Jailbreaks, and Sultans, which are easily accessible by a short speedboat ride.
Thulusdhoo has a beautiful house reef that is home to a high diversity of corals and marine life, including colourful, reef-dwelling fish species, marine turtles, manta rays, dolphins, and more. There are also a number of additional snorkelling spots, coral gardens, and dive spots nearby.
What You Can Do
1. Discover Scuba Dive
2. Try Dive
One of the best sports ever
one of the best entertainments of a lifetime
swift through the blue sea with the joyful ride
one day course to experience diving. Anyone above 10 yea..
raw exitment of being in the sea faces
What We Offer
- Surf and snorkelling transfers on Demand
- Excursion tours to nearby island resorts and Male’ City
- Diving and other activities on Demand
- Sandbank visits
- Fishing trips
- Kayaking, Jetski
Watch the astounding Thulusdhoo!
Thulusdhoo has a beautiful house reef that is home to a high diversity of corals and marine life, including colorful, reef-dwelling fish species, marine turtles, manta rays, dolphins, and more. There are also a number of additional snorkeling spots, coral gardens, and dive spots nearby.
The locals of the island are warm and welcoming. Early mornings at Thulusdhoo will see men and women heading out to run errands, some to work, while men do the same. Children run to school, or ride bicycles, laughing and racing with each other. Fishermen can be seen bringing their daily catches back to the island to be sold or cooked. Another common site is of adults lounging lazily on the ‘Joali’, a hand-woven lounge chair or swing made of coir rope.
Enhancing the natural beauty of the island, locals paint their homes and doors in vibrant colors. The roads are unpaved and sandy, and with the use of vehicles limited on the island, the danger of a road accident is rarely an issue, allowing visitors to explore without worry.