Alimatha Island

Attraction Alimathaa Maldives Published on: 13-11-2015

3 hours
07:00 AM
10:00 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Beach
Island
Landmark
Nature
Outdoor
Must see
Kids
Free
0.00 USD

Alimatha Island is good for

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Alimatha Island is in Vaavu Atoll and sits on the eastern edge of Maldives roughly 4 degrees north of the equator.

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Why Alimatha Island is special ?

Alimatha Island is in Vaavu Atoll and sits on the eastern edge of Maldives roughly 4 degrees north of the equator. Its reef is the southern edge of Myaru Kandu, one of the most famous channel dives in the whole world. This dive location is so beautiful that it has been included within the government-sanctioned list of protected dive sites. Alimatha is the complete Maldivian destination for all tourists because it has it all: world-level diving for both experienced and beginners, aquarium-like snorkeling sites, emerald shallow waters for swimming and playing with the kids, completely surrounded by sand with both secluded areas and a central beach location with bar, music and animation, Areyuvedic massage centre, watersports corner with windsurfing, canoeing and cat sailing, main restaurant and specialty one.


Source: http://www.tgimaldives.com/

What to explore at Alimatha Island?

The island itself is typical of the Maldives with rich green vegetation surrounded by white sandy beaches extending out into crystal clear warm water. The bravo club village offers high standard comfortable accommodation with air conditioning and all the facilities that you expect from a modern hotel including excellent service fantastic local and international cuisine, bar, boutique and medical facility, a tropical paradise to relax in with all the modern comforts.

The Maldives is one of the most famous diving locations in the world, and Alimatha island has many stunning sites within range, dive excursions are generally one dive trips departing twice daily to the beautiful sites surrounding the islands including the national park area of Dewana Kandu.

Source: http://www.tgidiving.com/

How to get to Alimatha Island?

Alimatha Island is located in the north of the capital city Male at a distance of 40 miles. You can reach it in 90 minutes if you plan to enjoy a boat ride or you can catch a seaplane and get there within 20 minutes.

Selling points

  • A good island for leisure
  • Excellent night dive at Alimathaa jetty
  • Living in true peace
  • the view of the sea around is breathtaking
  • Great for snorkellers, best dive ever
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Duration
4.0 days
Estimated
2,389.41 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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Tips for you

  • You shouldn't carry too much clothes to the island because it's very hot here. A suncream is also neccessary.
    What to bring
  • There's a bar located right over the water and also a coffee shop nearby where you can relax and enjoy the beach.
    Things nearby
  • The reef is very close to this island, it's easy for you to snorkel.
    Things to do
  • Before diving, you should contact with the hotel or diving center to prepare everything carefully.
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  • During your stay here, you should enjoy yourself by going for canoeing or windsurfing. It's really a highlight.
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Had the best fishing trip ever....went with family and stayed for almost 4 hours and had the best time of my life....have never fished before so it was an awesome experience....the guys who came with us very friendly and helpful....even the view of the sea around us was breathtaking! would definitely go there again!

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