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Enjoy Batuta

It's Maldives, you won't have a chance to get bored staying with us. The Sea, Reefs, Beaches, Culture and People here, all awaits desperately to provide you a great adventure, a great memories to take home.
Surfing

Maldives; a leading tourism destination & Thulusdhoo; one of the best surfing attraction in the Maldives located closer to world well knows two great surf spots; Chicken and Cokes. Consistent quality of rides and the greater surrounding ensures a great excitement to every surfers who takes the adventures of surfing here.

Season begins towards the end of March, reaching peak from June to August, though continues attractive waves till October. The average water temperatures remains at 28°C, occasionally reaches 28°C though. The reef bottom surf breaks offer everything from peaky performance waves to long gentle glassy walls, almond shaped tubes, and occasional days of heaving round barrels.

Getting there is easy, we provides facilities to take you to your desire surfing spots with our experience and reliable guides.

To make your surf adventure much exciting, we can also arrange you to reach and surf at distant surf breaks including Jails, Ninjas, and some lesser surfed spots.

Snorkeling

Will you go for a walk with fishes! Snorkeling in Maldives can be an unforgettable experience as you discover one of the best seen in the world; the underwater beauty of Maldives.

The abundance of marine life is a source of attraction for not only diving enthusiasts but also for those passionate about snorkeling. Around 70 different species of colorful coral reefs make up the flora of this underwater city with more than 700 species of fishes and other aqua marine life taking the role of the fauna.

 

To fully enjoy the art of snorkeling, you should choose the snorkeling areas carefully. The reefs are the best areas for snorkeling. The slope can have interesting features like cliffs, terraces and caves. As the water gets deeper, the differences in the coral and other types of marine life are clearly visible.


Snorkeling gets to be more adventurous when you can see smaller fish and much larger animals that live in deep water but come close to the reefs to feed. The Islands with narrow reef flats with lots of channels and wide lagoons are the best for snorkeling. Resorts in islands that don’t have a reef, provide tourists with boat trips to the good snorkeling sites.

Fishing

Imagine to have your own catch for your dinner specially cooked for you.

 

“Fishing is the lifeblood of our nation it is inborn. From the soil on which we live, to the sea around us, it remains an integral part of our existence. Fishing, and our country and its people, ate one and shall remain inseparable forever.” For those who loves to have fishing as part of their experience, we offer you fishing trips including the most adventurous way of fishing; the big game fishing and night fishing.

Big game fishing in Maldives depends on the weather condition and fishing location. To catch big game like sailfish, marlin, barracuda, yellow fin tuna, wahoo, swordfish and many other big fishes, outside the atoll morning time is suitable for fishing. 

You can catch snappers, emperors, barracuda, squirrel fish and jacks during night fishing. Amidst the sparkling breathtaking view, night fishing is a treat for fishing buffs. 

Island Tours

You are here to enjoy and experience Maldives! The Maldives cannot be experience without having a chance to discover the local island tour. Being in a hotel located in a local island, you get to see and live a local life experiencing every bit of it, the culture and its people. Maldivians are

For such a small island, Thulusdhoo has a surprising amount of recreational and Industrial activity to see and enjoy. Our island tours aim to show just how the local Maldivian lives, the best, and the more difficult aspects of life in these isolated atolls. Check out the industry including fish drying factories, boat building yards, sea cucumber processing, the Maldives sole Coca-Cola factory and the agricultural section. Visit the school, and the island’s electrical power house, learn of the island’s rubbish management system and have fun feeding the fish