During Covid times we asked all customers to contact us by email only. This worked very well as we could prioritise response times and ensure we had a full record of conversations. For these reasons we would like to continue with 96% non-telephone contact - if you feel a call is necessary, and cannot be dealt with by email, please first send an explanatory message with any questions you wish to ask and we will call UK numbers or provide our numbers for non UK residents.
Purely Maldives Ltd
24 Baddesley Close, North Baddesley
Hampshire SO52 9DR
In translation Finolhu means “sandbank”. Opened in 2016, Finolhu is one of the best beach resorts in Maldives. It stretches across four islands and its beaches are about two kilometres long. Tropical plants line the sandy paths of the main island like in a botanical garden. As a guest in Finolhu you immerse yourself in different worlds, and not just underwater. With its 125 private villas and four restaurants, our resort is as varied as the coral landscape of Baa Atoll.
Those looking for tranquillity can surrender to the music of the waves and the turquoise blue of the sea. In the evening they can take a stroll across the sandbank to the Crab Shack and enjoy the sunset with drinks and snacks and that Robinson Crusoe feeling – highly instagrammable. Those who – like dolphins – prefer doing things as a family or group can create an eventful day for themselves, including diving, snorkeling or a trip by boat or catamaran. Or what about a casual evening at one of our parties by the pool bar? Cara Delivingne and Paris Hilton have already been there. Yes, Finolhu is definitely a place for individuals, but its fascination has side effects. After your holiday on our sandbank you’ll probably have difficulty getting used to ordinary everyday life again!
It is one of 26 natural atolls in the Indian Ocean. Baa Atoll lies on the edge of the ocean, overlooking a deep channel. Its geographical location is unique worldwide. Reefs, submerged cliffs and so-called “thilas” – small, round underwater hills – offer a natural marine habitat for about 1200 different reef species. It’s no coincidence that Baa Atoll has been declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The tropical climate guarantees an average air temperature of 29 degrees and water temperatures of 24 degrees. Summer all year round!
Important notice regarding Festive Season (24th December - 06th January) - Please note that bookings made to travel within this period will require a 50% deposit upfront.