Sitting in Faadhippolhu atoll, this island is home to one of the most exquisite landscapes. Fushifaru is located between two channels connecting the atolls inner lagoon to the outer sea. Its historical and natural distinctiveness is evident from three of the most extraordinary dive sites in the southern channel, synonymously named after the island. Neighbouring a sand bank towards the north, Fushifaru is also surrounded by a nationally protected reef. You can reach Fushifaru from a seaplane ride of just 35 minutes giving you a sky high view of your lively island nation host. Maldives, an Indian sub-continent is a string of twenty-six atolls with tropical islands. Our turquoise waters are home to a various marine ecosystems, white, sandy beaches and vast, marvelling reefs. Dhivehi is the local language of Maldives, a country with a history and culture like no other.