Gaaf Alif Atoll
Days 1 - 8
Gaaf Alif Atoll, also known as North Huvadhu Atoll, is made up of many small islands scattered across the Maldives’ deepest lagoon – plunging roughly 90 metres down to the seabed and encompassing a profusion of dazzling coral reefs. The atoll is made up of at least 10 inhabited islands as well as over 80 uninhabited islands, all boasting white-sand beaches lapped by crystal-clear turquoise waters. Devvadu Island, located roughly in the centre of this large atoll, is an intriguing archaeological site, scattered with ancient Buddhist ruins that are still largely unexcavated. Gaaf Alif’s first luxury boutique hotel was established in 2009 and offers five-star accommodation in this pristine tropical paradise. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience world-class scuba diving and snorkelling amidst these pristine islands.