Fishing is big business in the Maldives, and there are two main times to go. Head off on a dhoni in the early hours of...Read More
You’ll find a paintbox of colours that’d give Dulux a run for its money when you pull on a snorkel in the Maldives –... Read More
Forget black cabs – dhonis are the way to get around the Maldives. Traditionally used for fishing, these wooden boats... Read More
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The action isn’t reserved for beneath the water – there’s plenty going on up top... Read More
Farukolhufushi is a good-looking place. The white sandy beach backed by thick pa... Read More
Budding Robinson Crusoes should head straight for this place. It’s in off-the-ra... Read More
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