Located between two channels that connect the inner lagoon of the Lhaviyani Atoll to the outer sea, Fushi Faru is a historically popular area for diving with many beautiful spots for snorkelling. One side of the island is a feeding spot for manta rays while the other is home to a marine protected cleaning station where scores of creatures congregate to be cleaned by smaller fish.
Uniformly thatched coconut palm roofs combined with other local elements bring an authentic feel to the contemporary atmosphere. Each villa has an open air bathroom and private veranda detailed with exposed wooden beams. The resorts architecture is made to ensure guests feel the beauty of the island at every turn. Water villas face Kandu-olhi channel while other accommodations face either the Etherevari Lagoon or provide a view of Maakandu, the vast Indian Ocean. For dining, Raakani Grill creates fresh seafood dishes that are delicately charred with a blend of savoury Asian spices. Korakali is an exciting venue with live cooking stations, international cuisine and the spot for a wonderful daily spread of breakfast favourites. Alongside the infinity pool is the Fanihandhi Bar where one can enjoy signature cocktails or detox smoothies with a round of billiards.
Guests can also choose a beautiful spot anywhere on the island for a customized dining experience that can be set up just about anywhere. Excursions can take the form of village visits, semi submarine expeditions or just a long day reconnecting with mind and body in the spa. Surrounded by lush jungle and pristine shores, a stay at Fushi Faru holds the promise of a beautifully enriching and memorable experience.