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Dhumashi Book of Maldivian Recipes

Dhumashi is a book of recipes co-authored by Aishath Ali Naaz and Soba Ahmed and is a result of sharing a kitchen for over an year. The book has over a hundred maldivian recipes in it. Gabulhi Faroshi Boakiba Ingredients 3 cups faroshi powder (rusk powder) 6 eggs 200 grams butter 200 grams sugar 10 [...]

September 2016|Maldives|

Diving the Maldives is out of your budget?

So you think diving the Maldives is out of your budget? Think again! There aren’t many holiday destinations that are as synonymous with luxury as the Maldives. Mention the country and you immediately evoke images of glamourous resorts on private islands catering to the world’s rich and famous. Heavenly exotic? Check. Prohibitively expensive? Double check. [...]

September 2016|Maldives|

Surfing season 2016 opening in Maldives

SURFING AT BEACH HEAVEN MALDIVES The North Male Atoll contains well known breaks such as Lohis, Cokes, Chickens, Sultans, Jailbreaks, Honkys and Ninjas and breaks best from March to mid October during the SW Monsoon with June - August being the peak season. Huraa is situated in the Kaafu Atoll of Maldives (North Malè Atoll), [...]

March 2016|Maldives|

Maldives UNDP – Island Life On The Edge

Tourists staying in resorts see only Paradise side of Maldives, but in local inhabited island life is difficult for Maldivian people! Reading this article, maybe travellers can better understand and appreciate the efforts spent by local communities to grow their little businesses on their fragile home land. Many thanks to our Friends for helping us! [...]

January 2016|Maldives|

Maldives Surfing Guide

The history of surfing in the Maldives has a fairy tale quality. Sydney surf travelers Tony Hussein-Hinde and Mark Scanlon were shipwrecked here in the '70s on their way to somewhere else; while they were salvaging the boat, they'd cruise past all the reefs north of Male, and as Hussein-Hinde remarked, "we reckoned those reefs [...]

January 2016|Maldives|