200 of the 1190 coral islands in Maldives is inhabited and half of the local islands where Maldivian’s live, fish, and farm, continue the ancient traditions including Islam. Guests interested in PADI diving at Soneva Fushi Maldives are accompanied by professional dive instructors. The instructors guide guests to more than 30 world class sites, with the visibility of around 35 metres. Snorkelling at Hanifaru is popular as whale sharks migrate between August and November to Manta Point.
Activities at the resort includes breakfast served at guests’ own private sandbank, practice yoga amongst the tree tops of the island and enjoy an afternoon of snorkeling at the House Reef with the resort’s marine biologists. If watersports are the main reason for visiting Soneva Fushi Maldives, then there are a variety of activities to choose from. Water sport activities include sailing, wind surfing, kayaking and kite surfing. Dive enthusiasts can head straight to the Dive Centre to book a trip to one of the hotspots such as Manta Point. Maldives is known as a fisherman’s paradise, especially in the mornings. Coming back onto land guests can work out at the resort’s jungle gym, jog around the island nature trail, play tennis, badminton, table tennis or join a game of volleyball on the white sands. After a long day of adventure, sip champagne on a sunset cruise and watch dolphins swim in the ocean. For a romantic evening under the star, watch a movie at Cinema Paradiso.