ExploreHaa Alif Atoll
Haa Alif Atoll, also referred to as Thiladhunmathi Uthuruburi, is the northernmost of the administrative divisions of the country. As the atoll is the northern tip of the Maldives, it is the closest to neighbouring Sri Lanka and India.
The island of Utheemu, within this atoll, has a historic significance, as it is the birthplace of Sultan Mohamed Thakurufaanu, famed for fighting against the Portuguese in 16th century. The Utheemu Ganduvaru, was the childhood home of the Sultan, and is now a well preserved museum.
14 of the 42 islands of Haa Alif Atoll are inhabited, and can be accessed via seaplane or domestic transfer. The atoll can be reached by a 70-minute seaplane transfer from Velana (Malé) International Airport. The recently opened domestic Hoarafushi Airport is located in Haa Alif Atoll, increasing its accessibility. Visitors to Haa Alif Atoll can look forward to lots of sunshine, beautiful untouched beaches, exciting water activities and the most luxurious hotels.
Resorts in Haa Alif Atoll
The luxurious resorts on Haa Alif Atoll offer beach front and over water villas and bungalows, promising visitors a private, relaxing and chic getaway. The resorts are great for couples looking for a romantic holiday in the sun, as well as families looking to spend quality time together in a tropical paradise. Visitors can treat themselves to rejuvenating spa treatments, delectable dining experiences and a variety of thrilling water based activities.
Featured Resorts in Haa Alif Atoll
See below for our pick of the best luxury resort options in Haa Alif Atoll.