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Furaveri Maldives | One Island, Many Memories!

Furavero Maldives Resort. Located in raa atoll and a beautiful island for a getaway

Nestled within the beautiful Raa Atoll, a magical little paradise, unique by nature and design. – the story of Furaveri Maldives is worth exploring.

It’s all about these intimate moments here (at Furaveri Maldives). Furaveri creates customized journeys for your holiday so you can be free to laugh, love, unwind and reconnect.

Providing an international offering in a local setting, they invite you to experience the best of authentic Maldivian hospitality while you make the most of it.

40 minutes speedboat trip from Hanifaru Bay, the famous UNESCO biosphere reserve, the little stretch of heaven is home to one of the best house reefs you have seen. Under the water right around the island, are lively gardens of colorful soft corals where turtles come to feed throughout the year, and the reef’s own natural cleaning station where Manta Rays come every now and then to be groomed by the fascinating cleaner wrasses.

Over the beautiful water villas of Furaveri Maldives

On land, you are caressed by the tropical freshness of Coconut palms and Kashikeyo palms (screw pines) growing tall and strong. Look closely into this diverse greenery and you can catch glimpses of the native birds, especially the graceful white Iruvaahudhu (white herons), in their natural habitat. Furaveri is also blessed with a dreamy white beach easily accessible from anywhere around the island, and privately from the comfort of all land villas.

Here at Furaveri Maldives, they offer a range of cozy options for your stay, from beach villas, garden villas, beach pool villas to luxurious Dhoni pool villas and water villas. Catering to all ages and lifestyles and exciting adventures and activities to make your holiday as memorable as you can imagine.

To complement your fun in the sun, the Wellness village is a peaceful, holistic sanctuary in itself. Complete with modern facilities running through waterways and guided by ancient knowledge, the team is at your service to make your healing experience a lasting one. 

At the end of the day, whether you would like to unwind with a drink in hand or sit down for a culinary journey, we have you covered. With international cuisine presented in breath-taking settings such as the ‘Amigos’ Mexican restaurant at the edge of the lagoon overlooking the ocean, ‘Raiyvila’ A la Carte Asian fine dining by the sunset beach or international buffet restaurant serving throughout the day.

The article was originally published in FIYA Magazine, Issue 10, Published by MVHOTELS.

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Maldives Travel Checklist: Everything You Need to Prepare Before You Travel

Travelling to the Maldives is a dream for many, offering stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious resorts. To ensure your trip goes smoothly, it’s essential to prepare adequately. Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or an adventurous solo trip, proper preparation is key to enjoying all that this tropical paradise has to offer. From securing necessary documents to packing the right gear, here’s your ultimate Maldives travel checklist.

Essential Documents and Preparations

1. Passport and Visa

Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your planned departure date. Most nationalities receive a free 30-day visa on arrival but check the latest visa requirements on the official Visit Maldives website.

2. Travel Insurance

Purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, trip cancellations, and activities like snorkelling and diving. Especially when you travel to a far-away country, travel insurance becomes extremely important. On some airlines, you can also get additional coverage for delays and missed flights as well.

Packing Essentials


Pack light, breathable clothing suitable for a tropical climate:

  • Swimwear: Bring several sets as you’ll spend a lot of time in the water.
  • Beachwear: Flowy dresses, shorts, and tank tops are ideal.
  • Evening Wear: Lightweight, smart-casual attire for dining in resorts.
  • Cover-ups: Sarongs or kaftans for when you’re not in the water.


  • Flip Flops: Essential for the beach.
  • Sandals: Comfortable for walking around the resort.
  • Water Shoes: Useful for water activities like snorkelling.


  • Sun Hat and Sunglasses: Protect yourself from the strong tropical sun.
  • Reusable Water Bottle: Stay hydrated while reducing plastic waste.

Toiletries and Personal Care

  • Reef-safe Sunscreen: Protect your skin and the coral reefs.
  • Aloe Vera Gel: Essential for soothing sunburns.
  • Moisturizer and Lip Balm: To counteract the drying effects of sun and saltwater.
  • Insect Repellent: Some islands may have mosquitoes.


  • Travel Adapter: Maldives uses Type D and G sockets.
  • Underwater Camera: Capture your underwater adventures.
  • Power Bank: Keep your devices charged during excursions.

Health and Safety


Check if you need any specific vaccinations before travelling. Routine vaccines like Hepatitis A and Typhoid are recommended.

Activities and Excursions

Snorkeling and Diving Gear

While most resorts provide snorkelling gear, bringing your own ensures the best fit and hygiene. Consider packing a mask, snorkel, and fins.

Waterproof Bags

Protect your electronics and other valuables from water damage during boat trips and water activities.

Final Tips


The Maldivian Rufiyaa is the local currency, but US dollars are widely accepted. Carry small denominations for tips and local purchases.

Cultural Sensitivity

Maldives is a Muslim country, and it’s important to respect local customs. Dress modestly when visiting local islands, covering shoulders and knees.

Local Sim Card

Consider buying a local SIM card at the airport for cheaper internet access throughout your stay. Remember, the key to a smooth and enjoyable trip lies in thorough preparation. Safe travels!

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