Let your eye soars across the picture-perfect palm tree-lined shores. With only three
inhabited islands, the South Malé Atoll is distinct for its large schools of fish of
grouper and Napoleon Wrasse.
The atoll hosts a large lagoon that was used as a port as early as the 17th century, by
the Sultans from Malé who sought refuge during rebellions- while at present it is
used to dock fishing dhonis and passing safari boats. The beautiful and remote
shores of this atoll offer an abundance of tranquility with adventure.