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Fua Mulaku in Maldives – A Tropical Paradise Rich in Heritage

The Maldives is a nation unlike any other, offering unprecedented tropical exuberance and luxurious vacation experiences that are nothing short of astonishing.


Although many maps and geographers refer to the islands as ‘Fua Mulaku’, the actual name of this atoll is Fuvahmulah, due to a name change so it can distinguished from another Island known as ‘Boli Mulah’. Interestingly, this atoll features the largest island in the Maldives.


This is an astounding natural phenomenon that takes place on the island where the sand of the Beaches moves away from the shore and forms a massive pool of sorts. This attracts thousands of people ranging from locals to nearby tourists enjoying holidays in Maldives in resorts such as Kurumba Maldives.


Incredibly, the beaches of this island are famous for having ‘sand’ composed of small white seashells that appear pristine in appearance. Kalho-Akiri refers to a phenomenon occurring on the south-east shore where instead of the sea-shell beaches are black instead of the usual polished white.

Unprecedented Schools of Fish

Every year, astonishingly large gatherings of flying fish and tuna appear on the north-western shore of the island. This also attracts hordes of people from local families and various kinds of tourists.

Filled with wanderlust that seeks to explore distant shores and captivated by the colors and vibrancy of exotic cultures, Kanya Mae writes on the beautiful, exciting, and enchanting wonders of the world. She is a writer who not only has a passion for travel, but also has a background in fashion, art and media. Google+

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Fua Mulaku in Maldives – A Tropical Paradise Rich in Heritage


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