Photos Maldives Maafushi ~ My Trip Asia

11/03/2014

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi



Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi

Photos Maldives Maafushi
Maafushi has quite a few guesthouses that cater to the increasing numbers of tourists arriving in the Maldives on a low budget vacation. The Sting Ray is one of them; comfortable, chic, yet affordable, the guest house is right by the beautiful white sandy beach on the north east corner. Prices range from 30 United States Dollars off season, but can go up to as high as 70 dollars in the peak season.
The first guest house that was granted license to operate on a local island is the WhiteShell Beach Inn, in January 2010. It has proven itself as a great success, and several others like the Island Cottage, Summer Villa Guest House, Kaani Beach Hotel, Fazaa Inn, Maafushi inn and Holiday Lodge have sprung up.
These inns and hotels have comfy rooms packed with amenities like air conditioning, satellite television, wireless internet, mini bars and hot showers; and have entertainment options like karaoke and a library for those who love to relax with words. The only downside of Maafushi is that alcohol is unavailable on the island, but is easily remedied by taking a five minute boat trip to the nearby resorts to quench a particular thirst.
Travelers staying on nearby resorts such as the Cocoa Island towards the south now find it convenient to visit Maafushi as part of the island hopping experience, complete with souvenir shops.
There are several options for dinner and other meals, in the many restaurants and diners scattered through the island but the more adventurous try making friend with the locals who may invite them over to a classic Maldivian dinner consisting of fish soup, rice and salads made out of indigenous vegetables.