Nestled on the UNESCO protected Biosphere reserve of Baa Atoll, Dhigufaru Island meaning “a long reef”, is the epitome of a tropical island idyll.
Measuring just 35000 square meters, this tiny island has three distinct areas which makes it unique:Boaku
On the eastern face of the island, is the Boaku, a sheltered beach, shaped like a cove, allowing the formation of a natural pool. The seclusion and stillness of the water inside Boaku, makes it perfect setting to catch the sunrise and as well as secure place to let your children play.Veli
On the very western face is Veli, a very wide and expansive flat beach of pure white sand, with crystal clear turquoise water that goes on and on. Most magnificent & stunning backdrop to view the sunset.Aanu
The beach rock goes along the northern edge & length of the island, giving the island its unique shape, character, and natural protection.