Maldives: Anantara Dhigu Resort

Hi there!

So here we go next with a blog post about the Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort, where we spend 10 lovely days on the island. The island where we have been was around 40 ~ 60 minutes by boat from Male airport (I felt asleep so I am not 100% sure anymore). The region had many different islands. Our suite was on the main island called Dhigu. You could also go and visit the second one (Veliganduhuraa) where they have accommodations as well as restaurants and other little shops. Furthermore, there was another little island (the Sand Bank Snorkel Island) just for relaxing and snorkelling and they also had a small bar there. The hotel reception and the library (with computer stations), souvenir shop and pool was on the main island Dhigu. The people were all very friendly, especially our room boy Tin Tin, he always surprised us with a small message or a flower art on our bed. On special days, they did a ‘welcome party’ on the island where you could enjoy fresh juice with nice shows. Massage treatments and other activities can be booked separately, however it is quite pricy (Whale shark trip for 2800 $, Reef guided snorkelling for 65 $, Dolphin Quest for 70 $ and more…). We had a great time without any special extra and there was plenty of things, which kept us busy during our stay on the Maldives.

Paradise island Hello little fellow Coral Nursery Weekly News Can you see that hammock? They grew their own herbs the Sand Bank Snorkel Island Frangipani, Plumeria – such a beautiful flower! The hotel reception Souvenir Shop The library You could borrow books, board games or just use the internet Sending greetings from the Maldives Let’s go to the Fitness Centre – NOT Off to the second island Veliganduhuraa: Love plates

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