Asdu Sun Island



Asdu Sun Island Maldives



Asdu Sun Island is located in the North Male atoll 36km from the capital, it has just 30 bungalows in blocks of 2 or 3 all of which have no glass in their windows to compensate for the lack of air conditioning, also there is no hot water, so if you like back to basics which can be quite nice then this island could be for you. The rooms have a ceiling fan, shower and telephone
The restaurant serves lunch at the table and dinner is buffet style, with a good choice of food and plenty of fresh fish,

Telephone +960 6645051

Fax +960 6640176

e-mail info@asdu.com

This island is run by a Maldivian family and as such this resort is like one of the old style Maldivian islands with an informal atmosphere but the price is good and the reef almost surrounds the island and is famous in the Maldives for great diving.


Resort Rating 2*

Speed Boat Transfer 90 mins

Dhoni Transfer 170 mins

Total Rooms 30

Island Size 350m by 120m

Reef 75% surrounds the island

resort facilities



Telephone

Fax

Gift Shop

Canoe Rental

Water Skiing

Wind Surfing

Night Fishing

Big Game Fishing

Diving Centre Sub Maldives

e-mail info@submaldive.com

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As Liveaboard Dive Boats become more popular with the scuba diving community, the Maldives have responded with dive boats that are available to take you to the most diverse dive spots, islands and atolls in the country

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The Whale Shark season in the seas around the South Ari Atoll is from December to April. All dive schools in this area will put on trips to see the Whale sharks, Vilamendhoo springs to mind as a dedicated divers resort also Sun Island Resort is in a perfect location as a neighbor of Maamagilli Island, with some of the best scuba diving in the area.

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