The flora of the Maldives

The flora of the Maldives is made up of 70% mainly by coconut. The coconut trees can reach a height of 20 meters. Of these plants is used all the nuts the leaves and wood . Make up the remaining 30% ci pensano le mangrovie piante con altissime radici che fuoriescono dall’acqua

Your holidays

Aline con suo marito hanno scelto di raggiungerci per il loro viaggio di nozze.Hanno trascorso la loro luna di miele nella nostra struttura affascinati dalle nostre foto e dal contesto locale Scegliere un viaggio alle Maldive in Guest house da noi significa entrare in contatto con la popolazione del posto, vivere le giornate in splendide

How to reach us

Thulusdhoo island is about 20 miles from male international airport. To reach us there are various options from the cheapest to the most expensive but immediate. 1) Public ferry called local ferry leaves every day at 1530 da male città di fronte al TJetty . Una volta arrivati all’aeroporto di malè prendete il

New direct Rome-Malè with Alitalia from the end of October

For the first time a scheduled Alitalia will land on the runway of the international airport Ibrahim Nasir from Malé. Departure from Rome will take place the evening before the 31 ottobre alle 21,45.Le Maldive saranno cosi collegate con l’Italia tre volte la settimana fino al 24 March 2018 . L’obiettivo è quello di rispondere alla forte richiesta

Malè City

Malè is the capital of Maldives . The city is home for over 100.000 habitants that includes both Maldivians and expatriates workers . It has a land area of approximately 4sq km. Getting around the city is pretty easy by walking you will find a quite number of taxis and motors vehicles used by residents….

The boduberu

The culture of Maldives has African reminiscences, as reflected by the rhythm of their dances and the heroic themes of their songs. The most famous choreography is the bodu beru (It is named after a kind of large drum), performed by local people after the long and tiring days of work…

Maldivian Lifestyle

The traditional Maldivian family consisted of a patriarch who earned a living primarily by fishing carpentry ,seamanship and boatbuilding are traditional profession some men pursued. The woman normally stayed at home and took care of the children and other household duties. In a new era of urbanization , industrialization and the growth of tourism had brought