The Maldives Islands have been allotted a more than fair share of the world’s beauty. And certainly, the Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is one of the Maldives’ most picturesque islands.
However, the word has spread and countless guests regularly invade the beaches: Dhuni Kolhu is a nesting site for sea turtles. It is great nature experience to watch the ancient creatures heaving themselves out of the ocean to lay their eggs.
Dhuni Kolhu is situated in the Baa Atoll, a region that has seen very
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little tourism so far. The island is approximately 700 metres long and 300 wide. The chief characteristics are long, powdery white sand beaches, a lush tropical interior and the play of colours of the Indian Ocean.
Dhuni Kolhu Island and the Coco Palm are a well balanced recipe for an extraordinary holiday characterised by a refined ambience, sophisticated comforts and outstanding service.
It is not without reason that the exclusive Coco Palm Hotel was awarded a much-respected membership in the exclusive collection Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Everything comes together most harmoniously at the Coco Palm, in tune with the pristine nature.
Three semi-open restaurants charm even the most discerning guest’s palate. The Cornus Grill specialises on tongue-tantalising fish and meat delicacies frying over the fire. Asian specialities are the field of expertise at the second restaurant, the Cornus.
Last but not least, the Cowrie features a superb selection of international dishes as well as a sumptuous buffet to indulge in. Just before dinner, drop by the cosy Lagoon Bar, built on stilts out in the lagoon, and enjoy a refreshing sundowner.
Directly on the beach, the Conch Bar is an easygoing and friendly venue best visited barefoot. The arrival airport for Dhuni Kolhu Island is Male. From there, transport to the island is via seaplane, which drops you off in paradise after only 40 minutes of scenic flight.
Jump off the plane and dig your toes into the warm sand … and the holiday can begin…
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