Optional activities (not included)
Surfing: Thulusdhoo Island is famous for its surf break so it is a must thing to do when you are visiting the island, they have surf schools where they teach surfing for beginners.
Coca Cola Factory Tour: The Coke factory is the only factory in the country to produce Coca Cola, which is also the only factory in the world that uses salt water to produce Coke. It’s a fun thing to walk through the Coke factory and learn about the procedure of Coke manufacturing.
Sunset at BBQ Point: Take an evening walk along the reclaimed area of the island to sunset point BBQ area. Here sit with locals and enjoy spectacular sunset as the waves lap against the shore
Souvenir Shopping: Thulusdhoo has two great shops Sandy Toes with locally made wood-ware and Vakaru a cool surf store with surf products and clothing as well as locally made souvenir and modern chic gift items.
Season Paradise is a 45 room modern contemporary hotel with perfect ocean views just 25 mins away by speedboat from Velana International Airport on Thulusdhoo Island.
Offering rooms featuring private balconies with an island garden view, rooms come with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffee.
The rooftop terrace offering you 180 panoramic views of the island, perfect for yoga lovers to enjoy the sunrise. Spacious enough mid-day sunbathing and to enjoy the pool. Outdoor dining, and regular live music is offered.
You can choose between Single or Double Standard rooms.
A representative from the property will meet you at the jetty upon arrival to the island. Look out for the property sign board.
Arrive in Male International Airport, and our local guide will guide you from there.
Please note that arrivals on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays you will take the public ferry between Male and Thulusdhoo.
Arrivals on Fridays, you will take a speedboat from Male to Thulusdhoo, and return transfer will be on a public ferry.
Arrivals on Mondays, you will take the public ferry from Male to Thulusdhoo, and return transfer will be by speedboat.
Breakfast is included.
The Maldives is a Muslim country and therefore care needs to be taken with regard to the dress code on the local islands. While it is acceptable for men to wear t-shirts and shorts or swim shorts, women should maintain a more conservative approach by wearing t-shirts, loose shorts or sarongs. The islands we visit are more tolerant of guests wearing traditional beachwear, however, women should avoid wearing bikinis and swimsuits on more public beaches. During the local island tours, where we may have access to mosques and family homes, shoulders and thighs should be covered out of respect for local customs.