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Angaga is located in the the middle of Ari atoll. The island is surrounded with a vast lagoon. This has naturally given the island a vary wide sandy beach all around the island. The island has 50 individual bungalows peeking out of the vegetation. Swaying palms give shade to the island pathway, which enables one to encircle Angaga easily in 20 minutes. And the reef edge is very close by for two thirds of the island, and on the other third there is a large, gradually sloping, sandy bottomed lagoon. The palm trees are tall and plentiful.
As you approach the island, the only buildings visible are the twin roofs of the bar and restaurant. These are thatched and elegantly shaped like the upturned hulls of two Dhoni. Under the high roof is a white sandy floor, with comfy seats in the bar and plenty of space between tables in the restaurant (with extra space for honeymooners). There’s something for everyone at Angaga. The resort takes pride in offering personalized service to all of their guests. So, spoil yourself, take a visit for a combination of………………Paradise.

Alifu Dhaalu Atoll

Alifu Dhaalu Atoll

The separation of Ari Atoll (formerly Alifu Atoll) on March 1, 1984, into a Northern and a Southern section formed the two most recent administrative divisions of the Maldives, namely Alifu Alifu Atoll and Alifu Dhaalu Atoll. Alifu Dhaalu Atoll lies south of the line between the channels of Himendhoo Dhekunukandu and Genburugau Kandu. There used to be a beautiful ancient mosque in Fenfushi island having wooden decorated ceilings and lacquerwork panels. Buddhist remains, including a stupa, have been found in Ariadhoo Island.

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