Alifu Alifu Atoll

Alifu Alifu Atoll

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Northern Ari Atoll or Alifu Alifu Atoll is an administrative division of the Maldives. It was created on March 1, 1984 combining northern section of Ari Atoll, the small Rasdhukuramathi Atoll, and the isolated island of Thoddoo. Many of the islands in this atoll have been inhabited since ancient times and have arqueological remains from the Maldivian Buddhist period. Rasdhu Atoll is also known as Ross Atoll in the Admiralty charts. The separation of Ari Atoll (formerly Alifu Atoll) into a Northern and a Southern section has formed the two most recent administrative divisions of the Maldives, namely Alifu Alifu Atoll and Alifu Dhaalu Atoll. The island of Maalhos is geographically the westernmost island of the Atoll (and the second most westerly inhabited island of the Maldives after Maamakunudhoo). Vajrayana Buddhist remains have been found on this island.

Ellaidhoo

Ellaidhoo

Alifu Alifu Atoll
This beautiful island is located on the eastern fringes of Ari Atoll, about 42 km from Male’ Interna More info
Safari Island Resort

Safari Island Resort

Alifu Alifu Atoll
Safari Island Resort and Spa is located in the Heart of North Ari Atoll, Republic of Maldives. The s More info

Unfortunately there are no tour offers at this location at the moment.