Opened on 20 October 2015, Hulhudheli Inn is the first and only guest house in operation offering an unparalleled service that’s uniquely Maldivian. It is the perfect abode for the tired souls and the spent minds to come unwind invigorate and rediscover serenity away from all the messiness of living in a City.
With a promise of affordability, a sense of place and the experience of living among a new culture along with the local residents, Hulhudheli Inn offers four comfortable and fully furnished rooms, a restaurant and a round the clock front desk service for its customers, ensuring you take home many memories to cherish. Each room comes fully air-conditioned, with an attached toilet with hot and cold water.
When you feel like beach, Hulhudheli Inn is just a few steps away from a stretch of white sandy beach that’s so restful, only heaven can beat its soothing.
The main mode of transportation to and from Hulhudheli and Ibrahim Nasir International Airport is by speed boat, which is approximately a two-hour ride. Alternatively, you can also choose the scheduled ferry service instead, which will be a six-hour ride approximately.
Situated in one of the innermost atolls of the Maldives, Dhaalu Hulhudheli is an island measuring 0.950 kilometers in length and 0.300 kilometers in width at its widest point. Blessed with an abundance of marine life and surrounded by blue turquoise waters that leaves you lost for words, the people of Hulhudheli depends mainly on fishing as their primary source of sustenance and work. On top of that, Hulhudheli boasts some of the most skilled silver and goldsmiths in the Maldives.
The island has a harbor providing easy access for travelers. It has an excellent mobile coverage for Ooredoo and Dhiraagu networks with the provision of uninterrupted electricity to all households.
As for places of interests, you will find one mosque, an island office, a court and a health center with a pre-school and a government school that provides primary and secondary education for the next generation of the island. As for dining options, the island is home to one restaurant and two cafes.
Leafing back to the pages of history, you’d find that Hulhudheli bears homage to the ancient folk story of “Dhonhiyala and Alifulhu” – an extraordinary love story that the Maldivian equivalent of Romeo and Juliet. Although there’s no material evidence of their existence, the story has been narrated so gleefully and with much enthusiasm, it’s a considered a national fable.
The Maldives, a chain of 1192 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 coral atolls. Situated in the heart of Indian Ocean, these atolls are composed of live coral reefs and sand bars. The Maldives, renowned for its deep blue seas, vivid tropical reefs and white sandy beaches is truly a bliss unidentical to any other experience. Hence it’s the tropical paradise everysoul seeks.
Land wildlife and vegetation in the Maldives are limited in term of bio-diversity. However, this aspect is overshadowed by the abundant marine flora and fauna to be found in the Maldives. The Maldives is home to over 2000 species of marine life ranging from reef fishes to Manta rays, Moray eels to reef sharks and to the majestic whale shark.