Written by Maldives Halal Travel
Coral Beach Maldives is one of the many guesthouses in Alif Dhaalu atoll Hangnaameedhoo, a popular island destination for budget halal travelers. It is a quiet island with a population of around 500 Muslims.
Located near the outskirts of the island is Coral Beach Maldives. It is a well-liked guesthouse accommodation among the guests who have been to Hangnaameedhoo.
The guesthouse provides 3 types of rooms, namely, Deluxe Double Room with Balcony and Sea View, Deluxe Double Room with Sea View, and Deluxe Double Room with Skyview Bath. All rooms have air conditioning with free Wi-Fi and comes with free breakfast, an extra bed, safe, shower, airport transfer, refrigerator, flat screen TV, and 100% halal in-hotel meals. Everything is well designed and comfortable so that guests have a sense of home away from home.
Coral Beach Maldives provides various excursions for their guests so that they experience the best of Hangnaameedhoo. Fishing trips, sand bank trips, island picnic trips, snorkeling, and scuba diving are just some of what the guesthouse has to offer.
Alif Dhaalu Hangnaameedhoo is some 70 km away from the capital city Male’ so it is quite the trip to get there. Speedboat transfers are available from the airport itself so that guests can start the journey as soon as possible. The speedboat ride from airport to the island and vice versa is approximately one and a half hours, and the guesthouse staff will be escorting the guests from the island jetty to the guesthouse and vice versa.
Visit Hangnaameedhoo and stay at Coral Beach Maldives to experience the real Maldives life where you can see the true culture and traditions of the locals at a low cost.
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