Fushifaru Maldives is ‘Feeling Fantastic’ as the resort turned 3 yesterday, 24th October 2020. The wondrous resort nestled on the eastern fringe of Lhaviyani Atoll, reopens next month, 10th November 2020.

The private island boasts 49 villas, each merging quintessential Maldivian design with modern aesthetics. Fushifaru Maldives features dining experiences alongside the scenic beauty of the Maldives. And the resort also features a spa, deriving inspiration from the spirit of rejuvenation from the cleaner fish scattered through the reef.

A big thank you to all of our guests and followers for supporting us along our journey – we’re impatient to welcome you back to our paradise island!

A statement by Fushifaru Maldives read.

Fushifaru sits between two channels connecting the atoll’s inner lagoon to the outer sea. A large sandbank lies on one side. Meanwhile, vibrant and mysterious sea creatures swim around in a small triangle connecting three of the most distinctive dive sites named after the island in the bigger, southern channel. In addition to that, sums of cleaner fish cleanse and welcome various marine lives to the nationally protected reef.

image: Fushifaru Maldives

The main restaurant offers guests a scrumptious breakfast buffet and palate-pleasing international cuisine. Meanwhile, indulge in flavourful Asian delicacies and mouth-watering varieties of local seafood at the resort’s grill. Guests can also savour signature cocktails and cleansing Detoxtails while you lounge by the pool. If that’s not enough, just pick a spot anywhere on the island or the sandbank for a unique culinary experience.

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underwater activities are endless at Fushifaru. Guests can choose from paddleboarding to snorkelling, diving and semi-submarine expeditions. For an insight into coral rehabilitation and marine education, a Resident Marine Biologist is on hand to share lessons on conservation. If you want to learn even more, the resort offers guided snorkelling tours around the island and nearby reefs.

Feature image by Fushifaru Maldives