Escape to your private paradise island at Fushifaru Maldives. Blissfully marooned in the middle of the Indian Ocean, fringed by powder white sand beaches and crystalline turquoise waters, the resort offers a laid-back island vibes offering luxurious comforts and complete privacy.
Fushifaru Investments Pvt Ltd was incorporated to develop, operate and manage Fushifaru Island in Lhaviyani Atoll as a tourist resort. Fushifaru Investment is a part of Muni Enterprises. With an established track record of over 35 years, this is Muni Enterprises’ first venture into resort management, diversifying their already existing portfolio of luxury safari boats, luxury residences and a travel agency.
Fushifaru is not just the island, but the name is synonymous with the distinctive spaces that surround the island as well. Part of the concept is to allow the landscape to become an extension of the servicescape within the island, allowing the clientele who visit to acquire a close connection with an unique ecosystem, through which they are able to have a sense of personal, self discovery at a very physical and emotional level.
We are the custodian of the protected reefs that surround the island of Fushifaru. Our role is to conserve and maintain this important marine ecosystem for the future generations. We indulge our visitors and their senses with different experiential qualities that the landscape affords us in a way that spurs their imagination and make it memorable part of their lives
Discover life above and under the water line at Fushifaru Maldives. Nestled on untouched beachfront awash with lush greenery, your idyllic getaway awaits. Explore, Reconnect and Indulge in experiences that will create memories to last a lifetime.
Fushifaru Maldives is located on the north eastern edge of Faadhippolhu (Lhaviyani Atoll), and has two channels connecting the atoll’s inner lagoon to the outer sea. A natural sandbank lies on one side. Vibrant and abundant sea creatures swim around in a small triangle connecting three of the most distinctive dive sites in this national Marine Protected Area.
Satisfy every craving and indulge your sensory pleasures at any of our 3 restaurants and 2 bars. Tropical picturesque views of the ocean fused with Maldivian charm, Korakali serves island-inspired flavours on the beach from sunrise to sunset. Dinner comes alive at Raakani with a live theatre of showmanship showcasing flame grilled Angus beef, fresh seafood and Japanese flavours. Chill out on airy cabanas and sip on cold-pressed juices, booster shots and nibble on fresh fruit skewers without leaving the beach at Thundi.
Making waves with a first-of-its-kind arrival ritual by welcoming you to the island with the blowing of the conch shell and traditional drumming, marks the first of a collection of indigenous Maldivian experiences available at Fushifaru Maldives. From climbing coconut trees, savouring traditional Maldivian cuisine to making your own woven handicrafts out of palm leaves - discover your inner explorer.
Fushifaru Thila, a large plateau covered by blocks of corals formed like a pinnacle with 12–15 metres at the top, is among the best areas to dive in the Maldives. The Thila is located in the channel in the protected area hosting an array of marine species with an exceptional attraction towards the cleaner wrasse fish. A diver’s dream with exciting species at every turn. Stingrays, white-tip sharks and barracudas call this spot home along with frequent visits from manta rays.
Merging quintessential Maldivian design with modern aesthetics, Fushifaru Maldives’ 63 beach and water villas exude a sense of cosines yet luxurious in space and amenities. Each of the spectacular villas feature open-air bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers, double vanity, daybeds, private verandas with dining areas and breath-taking views of the surrounding crystal clear lagoon.
Fushifaru Maldives is surrounded by three locally renowned dive spots. With Fushifaru Thila, Giri and Kandu just around the corner, vibrant marine life is everywhere. Making this area more special is the close proximity of the three sites to each other. Manta rays, turtles and other tropical fish swim around with a diverse range of exquisite marine life. Every monsoon unwraps different sides of the lively corals.