Fulhadhoo Beach

Find yourself on Fulhadhoo Beach in the Maldives, and you’ll find yourself where few other travelers have gone before. Sitting on a little-known piece of paradise lost in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, this snow-white sand beach is surrounded by far more coconut palms than people. Soak in one of the turquoise lagoons or feel the comfort of the steady sea breeze while the locals fish for the day’s fresh catch. Located on Fulhadhoo Island in the Maldives’ Baa Atoll, you’re more likely to see schools of colorful fish, sea turtles, and dolphins than tourists on your visit here. Even more, the island is ripe with places to snorkel and free dive, but other sandy, uninhabited island escapes are just a short swim away. If a serene and quiet vacation is what you need, this tropical destination is beckoning to you with its luscious sands and sapphire waters.

Getting There

Traveling to this serene oasis is easy with a variety of different flight options. Fly from Miami to the Maldives or Ottawa to the Maldives. Travelers begin their journey by flying into the Maldive’s Velana International Airport. You can also find connecting flights from neighbouring countries including Sri Lanka, India, Singapore and Malaysia. Residents of Australia can get direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland. This beach truly is a remote oasis so your travels are not quite finished yet. Getting to Fulhadhoo takes a bit longer with a two hour chartered sea boat trip that you can schedule directly from the airport. Relax as you are ferried over the waters to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.