Holiday Island Resort Maldives

South Ari Atoll, Maldives
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Welcome to Holiday Island Resort Maldives

Holiday Island Resort is located on the tip of South Ari Atoll an enclosure of privacy and tranquillity. Holiday Island Resort is a tropical paradise, with lazy palms, white soft sandy beaches, clear water, and an omnipresent sun. A true escape from the pressures of the ‘working world’! Holiday Island Resort just 30 mins flight by helicopter or 2 hours by speed boat will take you to this holiday island from the capital Male’.


The 142 beach fronted guestrooms in this island Resort are all well equipped with modern amenities, and nestled amongst the beautiful clean beaches and the stunning lagoon.

The 142 luxury beach fronted guest rooms all with sofa/sitting, air-conditioning, hot & cold water/shower, bath tub, bidet, mini bar, IDD telephone, hair dryer, piped music and color TV, with the option to watch in-house movies, and a room safe. Room service is also available. Rooms are mostly in single bungalow style.

Resort Facilities

DINING: There is a choice restaurants offering western and oriental cuisine with rich and delicious buffets, set menu meals. In addition, the coffee shop and bar serve a variety of a la carte meals and drinks round the clock.

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES: Water sports and other recreational facilities include scuba diving, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, parasailing, canoeing, water skiing, wake boarding, ringo riding, jetskiing, banana boat riding, snorkeling, fishing, floodlit tennis court, volleyball, badminton, billiards, table tennis, gymnasium and excursion needs.

»» Banana Riding
»» Basket Ball
»» Beach Volley
»» Billiards
»» Canoeing
»» Catamaran Sailing
»» Darts
»» Dolphin Safari
»» Fishing
»» Floodlit tennis
»» Gym
»» Island Hopping
»» Ringo Riding
»» Scuba Divng

»» Snorkelling
»» Submarine Excursion
»» Table Tennis
»» Tennis
»» Volley Ball
»» Wake Boarding
»» Water Bike
»» Water Scooter/Jet Ski
»» Water Skiing
»» Windsurfing
»» Knee Board
»» Night Fishing
»» Parasailing
»» Picnic to Uninhabited Island