Top 6 Places to visit in Kaafu Atoll

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Kuda Bandos - Kaafu Atoll

Kuda Bandos is indescribably beautiful, tiny and virginal considering the fact that it is largely uninhabited. This island oasis with its exotic fauna, white sands and lush palms is a quintessential picnic spot and a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Kuda Bandos is the perfect escape and will, no matter what, cast a spell on you.
Tripoto

380 Followers, 325 Reviews


If you're looking for a 'marooned on an island' excursion on your Maldivian holiday, Kuda Bandos will be worth a visit. No matter how many times I've been here it always has the wow effect, every time. The water couldn't get any bluer, the sand couldn't be any softer and the sound of the waves gently lapping against the beach couldn't be any more relaxing. To get to Kuda Bandos arrange a picnic trip from your resort or hire a private transfer. It currently costs $11 entree fee to be payed on arrival at the island. If you are not part of a picnic excursion, there is a small bar that serves cold drinks, beer and some snacks. Top Tip: (from a german) As soon as you get there grab yourself a sun lounger,
Jana Steinhagen

245 Followers, 10 Reviews


Holiday Inn Kandooma Maldives - Kaafu Atoll

If you are looking to experience life on a private island, you can consider doing a resort excursion of your choice. You may check with various guesthouses and what resort excursions they offer. The price will vary according to how luxurious the resort is. Usually how a resort excursion works would be - you pay an entrance fee to the resort that you are visiting and some resorts may impose a minimum spend for the day for each person visiting. You will also need to pay a return transport fee to the guesthouse for sending and fetching you back to the island.
A.T

229 Followers, 74 Reviews


Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives - Kaafu Atoll

The very next morning i took my flight to male which was for 1.2 hours and i reached Maldives at 9 am . Taking an on arrival visa is pretty easy and its free Once I moved out of the airport i looked for the counter of centara ras fushi I Boarded the speed boat with another couple ( i completely ruined their privacy bcs i was single and was not allowing them to mingle ..KHI khii evil grin) Once i reached centara , they quickly arranged for my checkin and i arrived at my super beautiful room and a super beautiful deck and rest is history
Ujjawal Sharma

334 Followers, 22 Reviews


Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa - Kaafu Atoll

Now, after two nights at the extraordinary W Maldives, I have to admit I didn’t have high expectations for our room at the Sheraton. I mean, I knew it would be nice (they always are) but I didn’t expect to be wowed. My apologies to the Sheraton Maldives for underestimating them, I couldn’t have been more wrong. Recently, the Sheraton added 20 new luxury villas and I was fortunate enough to be upgraded to one. The villa’s design was elegant and contemporary with clean lines and calming colors. It was similar in size to the W retreat and more importantly, it had a truly outstanding terrace outfitted with private infinity pool, lounge chairs, hammock and the tranquil sound of crashing waves. Once again, the first word that came to mind was, WOW.
Jenny McIver

406 Followers, 124 Reviews


Bandos Island Resort & Spa - Kaafu Atoll

Serene, Lovely and different variety of food, water sports activity, Scenic beauty
Damini Nenawati

265 Followers, 2 Reviews


Paradise Island Resort Harbor - Kaafu Atoll

The resort is an outstanding example of class, beauty and luxury...Had an amazing time staying here :)
Himani Thakkar

169 Followers, 4 Reviews


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