Hanimaadhoo Island, located in the northern part of the Maldives, is a hidden treasure waiting to be explored. In this ultimate travel package, we'll uncover the beauty of Hanimaadhoo Island, highlighting its top attractions, activities, and our special accommodation choice to help you plan your dream vacation.

Where is Hanimaadhoo Island?

Hanimaadhoo Island is part of the Haa Dhaalu Atoll, nestled in the northern region of the Maldives. It's accessible by domestic flights from Velana International Airport in Malé, making it a convenient yet secluded destination.

Top Attractions on Hanimaadhoo Island

  1. Hanimaadhoo Beach: The island is home to pristine white-sand beaches, where you can unwind, sunbathe, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

  2. Underwater Adventures: The island offers superb snorkeling and diving opportunities with its vibrant coral reefs. Dive in to explore the marine life and encounter colorful fish and even the occasional turtle or manta ray.

  3. Hanimaadhoo Protected Area: As a designated nature reserve, this area is ideal for birdwatching and observing the natural beauty of the island. It's also a nesting site for various seabirds.

  4. Water Sports: If you're an adventure enthusiast, you can partake in a range of water sports, such as kayaking, windsurfing, and paddleboarding.

Accommodations on Hanimaadhoo Island

You'll find a variety of accommodation options on Hanimaadhoo Island:

  • Beachfront Bungalows: Some resorts offer cozy beachfront bungalows, allowing you to wake up to the sound of the waves and incredible ocean views.

  • Eco-Friendly Lodges: For a more sustainable and eco-friendly stay, consider lodges that prioritize environmental conservation.

  • Guesthouses: Staying in guesthouses allows you to experience the local culture and connect with the friendly Maldivian community.

Experience the ultimate Maldivian getaway with Pamper In Maldives!

This exclusive holiday package combines rejuvenating relaxation, thrilling adventures, wellness escapes, and unforgettable excursions, all at a special discounted rate.

Enjoy the perfect stay on Hanimaadhoo Island, with verdant trees and boisterous blooms set in a wonderful garden courtyard to relax and chill.

This property is on the beach in Hanimaadhoo, Maldives, located in the north of
Maldives has an international airport, some 288 km away from Velaana International Airport.


Enjoy modern home comforts. Contemporary and eclectic in layout and design, all guest rooms each have outdoor spaces, can accommodate either two twin beds or one queen, and are each equipped with minibar, seating area, free WIFI and Netflix.



Relax in a family-oriented hotel

This boutique-themed hotel is run by warm and welcoming locals, who have worked professionally for a number of years, in the nearby Resorts.  

In contrast to the busy Resorts, make yourself feel relaxed and at home, in this quiet & tranquil oasis by the sea.

The In-house Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

Dining can be arranged & served upon your request; in your room, at the poolside, rooftop terrace, & even at the beach side.


Capture the awe-inspiring views, most Instagrammable! 

Walk along the long stretches of ethereal natural beauty of powdery white sand against the beautiful hues of blue of the ocean and the sky. 

Ask us about the perfect spots to capture the breathtaking views; 

  • life in local communities be it history & traditions
  • surrounding islands & sandbanks, mangroves, freshwater lakes 

Explore the lovely island of Hanimaadhoo, which is known as a manta point, not to mention the amazing biodiversity of the underwater world of natural landscapes.

Dozens of water activities are available: Snorkeling, Kayaking, Diving, Jet Ski, Wake Board, Kite Surf, Banana Boat, Fishing, Dolphin Watching, Windsurfing & many more


email us info@pamperinmaldives.com

+960 723 9054 (whatsapp/viber)

Let's plan your holiday in Maldives on a budget, one that's filled with loads of fun & relaxation!



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